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    1925 Vancouver Half Dollar, MS67+
    Richly Toned and Virtually Perfect

    1925 50C Vancouver MS67+ PCGS. CAC. The Fort Vancouver Centennial half dollar is one of four classic commemoratives struck in 1925. Laura Gardin Fraser prepared the designs, and the coin was struck at the San Francisco Mint, despite the omission of the S mintmark. Distribution amounted to 14,994 pieces. This Superb Gem displays lovely rainbow toning around the borders with warm golden in the centers. The coin is well-struck and virtually perfect. Population: 96 in 67 (20 in 67+), 3 finer. CAC: 39 in 67, 0 finer (4/20).(Registry values: N2998)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# BYJP, PCGS# 9399)

    Weight: 12.50 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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