1838 P50C Half Dollar, Judd-72, Pollock-75, R.5, PR62 NGC. CAC....
1838 Half Dollar Pattern, PR621838 P50C Half Dollar, Judd-72, Pollock-75, R.5, PR62 NGC. CAC. One of many half dollar patterns struck in 1838, as the Mint began its search for a new design that eventually culminated in Gobrecht's immortal Seated Liberty motif. The present coin features a regal head of Liberty facing left, with stars and the date on the obverse. The reverse portrays the eagle with arrows and olive branch in the center, with the legend and denomination around. Struck in silver, with a reeded edge. This specimen is sharply detailed, with traces of green and lavender toning on the reflective surfaces. Census: 1 in 62, 14 finer (3/11). (PCGS# 11282)
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