1938 50¢ New Rochelle Silver Half Dollar Commemorative Coin (PCGS UNC Detail)

  • Lot number 2309527
  • Total bids 4
  • High bid $47.25
  • Remaining time 2d 10h 57m
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Graded PCGS Cleaned - UNC Detail. Please see the images for further details on the condition of the coin.

The New Rochelle Sestercentennial Half-Dollar (1938) was minted to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the settlement of New Rochelle in Westchester County, New York. Artist and sculptor Gertrude K. Lathrop was chosen to design the coin. It was the last new commemorative coin issued by the U.S. Mint prior to World War II and was the last brand-new “commem” to appear for nearly a decade. New Rochelle is one of only ten cities to have been commemorated with a spendable coin minted by the federal government.

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