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1966 50c Graded MS64 by PCGS

The fifty cent coin was first introduced with decimal currency on 14 February 1966. The original design featured the Commonwealth Coat of Arms struck on a coin made from 80% silver. However as the silver price rose above the face value of the coin the Mint suspended striking of the coin.

The image is a representation only.   The coin you receive may have a different certificate number but all verified and backed by PCGS.

1966 50c Graded MS64

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1966 round 50c made of 80% silver and graded an honest MS64.

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1966 50c Graded MS64 by PCGS

The fifty cent coin was first introduced with decimal currency on 14 February 1966. The original design featured the Commonwealth Coat of Arms struck on a coin made from 80% silver. However as the silver price rose above the face value of the coin the Mint suspended striking of the coin.

The image is a representation only.   The coin you receive may have a different certificate number but all verified and backed by PCGS.