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1935/34 Boone Commemorative Half, MS-62 (Cleaned)

1935/34 Boone Commemorative Half, MS-62 (Cleaned)

This commemorative issue was struck to commemorate the 200th year of the famous frontiersman's birth.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .3617 oz of Silver.
  • A nice MS-62 specimen with very light cleaning mentioned for accuracy only.
  • Obverse: Features a left-facing idealized portrait of Daniel Boone.
  • Reverse: Depicts full-length figures of Boone and Chief Blackfish facing one another against a backdrop of the Boonesboro blockhouse at left and the rising sun at right.
  • Designed by Augustus Lukeman.

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Daniel Boone was once known by all as one of the first folk heroes of the United States. His service during the French and Indian War was followed by the exploration of the newly acquired Florida in 1763. Unfortunately Mrs. Boone did not appreciate the heat and humidity of the territory, so Boone commenced his explorations of Kentucky during 1769-1771.

They attempted to establish a colony there in 1773, but were foiled by hostile Native Americans. He persevered two years later, however, establishing Boonesboro in 1775. While there were some hostilities between Boone and the Native tribes, he eventually made Peace with Chief Blackfish of the Chillicothe tribe. This is a scarce commemorative half dollar that was issued to celebrate the Bicentennial of Daniel Boone's birth.

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