1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare

1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare

1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare
1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare
1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare

1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare
1966 Silver Round 50 cent UNC PCGS MS65. The very first Australian 50 cent coin, struck in silver for only one year. After that, the silver prices made this coin far too expensive to continue to be made in silver. Thus 2 years later the dodecahedron coin that we have today came into existence. This particular coin is considered gem UNC. It is a high grade, and considering. 1364 out of 35 million, have been graded and slabbed, it is a genuine must to have in your collection at this high grade. Only 63 coins have been graded higher and highest grade in this coin is MS-67 none have reached MS-70. A MS grade stands for Mint Strike or Business Strike. A normal nothing special strike, so very rarely do MS grades reach 65+. Unless they are from UNC sets and then the RAM does take a little extra effort in the minting of those coins. PLEASE READ TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Mintage Numbers: 36.5. UNC / Slabbed MS-65 Grade. Coin ID Number: 38171565. Nominal specifications: 50 Cent Round. Composition: 80% Silver, 20% Copper Shape: Round Edge: Milled Mass: 13.28 grams Diameter: 31.5 millimetres. I maintain a disinfected and clean working station. And you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out below. A word on Grading. I grade my coins as professionally as I can. Grading is a taxing, fun and frustrating job as well as being a highly subjective skill. My grading will almost always be on the conservative side rather than over grading. Coins pulled from circulation will be marked as such. UNC coins may have small imperfections such as light marks or surface anomalies, mint marks, bagging marks, impact strike marks. This happens when the coin is struck by another coin as it makes its way along the production line then falls into large hoppers. I strongly recommend you do not clean Coins as this will damage the coin and reduce its value greatly, in fact you may make your coin worthless. Dear Buyers please beware due to scammers all items over a set value are video recorded and photoed when packaged. If you would like to return an item. Please follow the instructions below. Items we may add Tamper E. Remove a coin from the original package, coin flip, capsule, slab or other. You must return the item in its original packaging. Failure to do this will result in. Photos on our listing form part of the description unless marked as stock. Please contact me to. Also on all postal costs. Sometimes I over protect/over pack items. This has been noted in feedback. Better to have your item take time to unbox, than arrive broken. All Items must be paid for with in four days from the date of sale. If you are having difficulty please contact me so we can help with any problems. Recommend provider Escrow Australia. Thank you for your understanding and your support. Please keep safe during these difficult times. See our other items. The item “1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare” is in sale since Saturday, August 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\Australian\Decimal”. The seller is “adhen_6″ and is located in Devonport, Tasmania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Australia
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Composition: Silver
  • Modification Description: Silver Round 50 cent coin
  • Era: 1960s
  • Year: 1966

1966 50 Cent coin UNC Silver Round PCGS MS65 Very High Grade Rare