Whether you collect older U.S. coinage or the new 50 State Commemorative series, you'll need at least one early silver commemorative to highlight your collection! They offer low mintage, lustrous 90% fine silver and distinctive designs. Struck at the San Francisco Mint, this 1935 San Diego, California-Pacific Exposition half dollar is considered one of the most beautiful early commemoratives! Minerva, goddess of wisdom, holds a spear and shield inscribed EUREKA (I have found it) on the obverse. The California Tower observatory and Chapel of St. Francis are on the reverse. San Francisco struck just 250,000 pieces originally, and nearly three fourths of that mintage was melted, leaving only 70,132 for collectors today! These low-mintage, attractive coins will be snapped up fast, so make sure you order yours today!
- Material: Silver
- Mint: San Francisco
- Product Type: Single Products
- Commemorative Series: California Pacific International Exposition (1935-1936)
- Year: 1935