One of only 15 at MS-67+, 1936 commemorative half dollar sells for less than $500: Market Analysis

Even the major ANA World's Fair of Money auctions offer reasonable price points
By , Coin World
Published : 09/15/15
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Both Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Heritage Auctions hosted massive auctions at this year’s American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Rosemont, Ill., Aug. 11 to 15.

While six-figure rarities often capture headlines, the sheer volume of these auctions provide many opportunities for collectors to add coins to their collection at more reasonable price points.

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Here is one of three coins we're profiling in this week's Market Analysis that sold for less than $500 and that each provide solid value for the money.

The Coin 

1936-D Texas Independence Centennial commemorative half dollar, MS-67+

The Price


The Story 

This 1936-D Texas Independence Centennial half dollar is one of the finest known and is graded Mint State 67+ by Professional Coin Grading Service. PCGS has graded only around a dozen finer, with just 15 submissions at the MS-67+ grade level. 

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