1926 Gold $2.50 America Sesquicentennial MS-62 PCGS

1926 Gold $2.50 America Sesquicentennial MS-62 PCGS

Designed by John R. Sinnock, this coin depicts Lady Liberty holding the Declaration Of Independence and the Torch of Freedom. On its Reverse is a representation of Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the famous scroll was signed. This coin was struck to commemorative America's 150th year as a nation. AGW= .12094 of an ounce. This coin is graded by PCGS as MS-62 and has a low mintage of only 46,019 coins

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1926 Gold $2.50 America Sesquicentennial MS-62 PCGS
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WOW!! Talk about "American History?" This coin really gave me goose bumps when it arrived. MS-62 was the grade. Looks like a MS-63? This coin is totally awesome to own. Get one while you still can? I feel lucky to have experienced and celebrated our " 200th Anniversary Bicentennial 1776-1976" Even these coins are hard to get in a mint state. Apmex has it all! James D.

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