The progress and history of the people in the new world are presented on the commemorative coins of the United States. The minting and collecting of commemorative coins goes all the way back to early Greece.
The Early U.S. Silver Commemorative series covers the various commemorative half dollars, the Lafayette Dollar, and the Isabella Quarter – all made from 1892 to 1954.
An Early Silver Commemorative set is extremely interesting and although a few rarities exist, the bulk of the collection is incredibly inexpensive!
#124633: A beautiful Gem with rich olive-green and gold toning.
#205943: This original Gem has the familiar 'ring toning ' at the rim from being stored in its mint issued card and has lovely light champagne toning over the entire coin. The strike is very sharp and there are very few marks.
#205619: A well detailed Gem example of this super popular Commemorative. The luster is blast white with some very faint streaks of gold.
#205535: CAC approved. Extremely attractive and an issue that is very hard-to-find in this state of preservation. The strike is needle sharp, there very few marks and they are miniscule at best, and the surfaces display rich white luster with just a splash of gold on the obverse.
#205621: Light gold and russet toning over crisp mint luster.
#133320: CAC. Blast white with intense luster and a great strike. A relatively high mintage of 152,112 but tough to find in this high of grade!
#136771: Sharp strike with rich luster and flawless surfaces. Beautiful light russet toning enhances the beauty of this very high quality gem!
#204152: CAC stickered. Delightful lite golden tone with a multi-color periphery. Strong luster and just a tick or 2 away from the next grade.
#139141: With 2x2. Attractive light russet toning, crisp luster and a great strike.
#205443: With 2x2. Well struck and lustrous with light golden toning.
#127113: Beautiful rich mint luster with an attractive light lavender tone.
#135581: Flashy luster with nice peripheral toning. A super attractive Gem!
#135584: 2x4 in field. A very attractive, blazing white example of this scarce commemorative. Only 5,000 minted.
#135673: Original russet toning, crisp luster and virtually no marks. Only a single coin graded higher at NGC - a 67+.
#130289: Brilliant white luster and no major marks. Looks a lot nicer than a 63!