The 1921 Alabama Centennial commemorative half dollar was issued to honor the centennial of Alabama's admission to the Union. The coin was designed by Laura Gardin Fraser.
- Contains .3617 oz of Silver.
- PCGS encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the MS-64 grade of the coin.
- Mintage of 49,038 coins.
- Obverse: Depicts a bust of William Bibb, first governor of Alabama, and T.E. Kilby, Alabama governor in 1921. There are also 22 stars on the obverse indicating that Alabama was the 22nd state.
- Reverse: Features an eagle on a shield.
- Designed by Laura Gardin Fraser, wife of James Earle Fraser.
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This was the first instance of using a living person's portrait on a United States coin. It was issued in both the "Plain" and "2x2" varieties, where the "2x2" is marked in the field. This is the "Plain" variety.