Laibstain. A very pretty coin with good strong luster and nice toning. This is a very common date in circulated condition and in lower mint state grades up through MS 65. Surprisingly no coins have graded higher than MS 66. This date serves as a potential type coin in grades up to MS 64 and MS 65.
David Akers: This is not a rare issue at all, but rather a fairly common one in all mint state grades, including Gem condition, something that cannot be said for very many Barber Half Dollar issues.
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