1883 Hawaii Half Dollar, MS65
1883 50C Hawaii Half Dollar MS65 PCGS. The hapalua was
struck at the San Francisco Mint on Federal half dollar planchets.
After Hawaii became a U.S. territory, most examples were recalled
by banks and melted by the Treasury. The present lustrous and
crisply struck Gem displays dappled lavender, tan-brown, and
jade-green toning. A lens reveals only unimportant contact.
Certified in a green label holder. Population: 13 in 65 (1 in 65+),
4 finer (11/16).
Rich Multicolor Toning
Ex: Donald E. Bently Collection (Heritage, 2/2014), lot 4364, which realized $7,637.50. (NGC ID# 2C5B, PCGS# 10991)
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