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1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar MS-64 NGC

1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar MS-64 NGC

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MS-64

Population

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1,206

Graded Higher

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1,079

Mintage

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25,265

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This commemorative Silver half dollar was minted for the 1936 Arkansas Centennial. Joseph Robinson, former governor and senator from Arkansas, appears on the obverse and is one of only four men to appear on a U.S. coin while living.


Coin Highlights:
  • NGC encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the condition of the coin.
  • Designed by Victor Brenner.
  • Obverse: Displays Arkansas Governor/Senator Joseph T. Robinson.
  • Reverse: Depicts an eagle in front of the Arkansas state flag.
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Robinson took office as Governor of Arkansas on January 15, 1913, but served just 55 days. The death of Arkansas Senator Jefferson Davis left a vacancy, and the legislature elected for Robinson to take his seat, effective March 4, 1913. From the beginning, Robinson impressed other senators with his speeches, passion for detail and killer instincts in debate. He was a staunch supporter of President Woodrow Wilson and quickly gained influence throughout the Senate. He was Alfred Smith's choice for Vice President in the 1928 election, and after Smith lost to Herbert Hoover, Robinson had become a national figure for his impassioned speeches.

On July 14, 1937, Robinson died suddenly of heart failure, and thousands of mourners traveled to witness his lying-in-state ceremony. Arkansas's primary National Guard base and countless schools throughout northwestern Arkansas now bear his name.

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Coin ID 19369
Population

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

1,206
Grade MS-64
Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

1,079
Mint Mark Not Shown - Philadelphia
Mintage

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination

25,265

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