50C 1921 MS 64 NGC
An issue that needs no introduction among Walking Liberty Half Dollar specialists, the 1921-P was produced to the extent of just 246,000 coins. This paltry total represents the second-lowest mintage in this series, and survivors are unquestionably rare due to this fact alone. Although produced in fewer numbers than the 1921-S, this issue's association with the Philadelphia Mint is perhaps the reason why it is the most frequently encountered of the three 1921-dated deliveries of this type. As such, we anticipate strong demand for this original-looking near-Gem among high-grade date collectors. Both the obverse and the reverse shimmer with full, softly frosted luster beneath a light dusting of golden-tan tone. Free of singularly distracting abrasions, this coin is certainly among the highlights of our 20th century silver offerings.