1915-S Panama Pacific Exposition Half Dollar Silver Commemorative
A 1915-S Panama Pacific Exposition Commemorative half dollar silver coin with the obverse designed by Charles Barber and the reverse George T. Morgan. Mint: San Fransisco. Mintage: 27,134. Diameter: 30.60 mm. Weight: 12.5000 grams. Fineness 0.900 Silver, Edge: Reeded
Panama–Pacific commemorative coins were produced in 1915 in connection with Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. The obverse of the coin designed by Charles Barber is considered aesthetically pleasing depicting the figure of Columbia scattering flowers from a cornucopia held by a cherub.
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- 12.5000 grams, 30.60 diameter