1915-S U.S. 50¢ - Panama-Pacific Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar - AU+

  • Country: United States
  • Period: Federal Republic (1776-Date)
  • Type: Non-Circulating Coin
  • Years: 1915
  • Mint: United States Mint - San Francisco (1854-Date)
  • Denomination: 1/2 Dollar = 50 Cents
  • Currency: United States Dollar (1785-Date)
  • Composition: .900 Silver
  • Diameter: 30.6mm
  • Weight: 12.5g
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Mintage: 27,134
  • Condition: About Uncirculated Plus - AU+
  • Obverse: A full length figure of the allegorical Columbia with rays of the sun and the Golden Gate in the background. Her arms are outstretched to scatter fruits and flowers. A cherub appears to her right holding a cornucopia
  • Reverse: An American Eagle with wings outstretched, perched on a shield. An oak branch and olive branch appears to each side to represent strength and peace
  • Reference: KM# 135
  • Commemorative Issue: Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Despite the higher authorized mintage of 200,000 coins, net distribution after melting was only 27,134. The gold commemorative issues struck for the Panama Pacific International Exposition sold a proportionally large amount of their maximum mintage. The 1915 Panama Pacific Half Dollar were sold for $1 each, or included in combination offers for four coin sets, five coin sets, or double sets incorporating all issues of the commemorative coin program.

    *Coin condition is based on our professional opinion. Pictures are representative of the coin that you will receive, actual coin may differ slightly, and serial numbers may vary*

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