In 1908, the Denver Mint was the second most prolific producer of Half Dollars, though the mintage was not quite as large as that of the previous year. The 1908-D Half Dollar is a common date that can be found readily in MS63 and MS64. There is also an ample supply of MS65's -- about half the population of MS64's. The low end of the PCGS CoinFacts Condition Census includes some MS66's, but the real rarities are in MS67, where only a few have been certified. NGC reports a single MS68 -- that coin set a record price for the date in 2014, but it resold in 2015 for substantially less.
John C. Hugon - Heritage 1/2005:4250, $17,250 - Eugene H. Gardner Collection - Heritage 10/2014:98561, $32,900 - Greensboro Collection, Part VI - Heritage 10/2015:3306, $22,325
Norweb Collection - Bowers & Merena 11/1988:3645 - Dr. Thaine B. Price - David Akers 5/1998:175 - Dr. & Mrs. Steven L. Duckor Collection - Heritage 8/2010:3224, $7,475 - Heritage 1/2015:5045, $4,465 - Heritage 9/2015:3953, $3,995