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1986-S Statue of Liberty Half Dollar PCGS PR69 Mercanti Signed
1986 Statue of Liberty Silver Half Dollar
Now you can obtain one of the most popular Silver Half Dollar commemoratives in history - the 1986 Statue of Liberty Silver Dollar struck at the Philadelphia Mint. It commemorates the centennial of the U.S. receiving the Statue of Liberty from France. Not only that, but this example grades Mint State-69 (MS69) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and includes a label hand-signed by John Mercanti, the 12th Chief Engraver at the U.S. Mint. Grading service varies.
The 1986 Statue of Liberty commemorative program released by the U.S. Mint in 1986 proved to be the most successful in the history of U.S. commemorative coinage. This issue was struck to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the Statue of Liberty.
Each coin label is hand-signed by John Mercanti, who was the 12th Chief Engraver at the U.S. Mint (as stated on the holder). Mercanti has produced more coin and medal designs than any employee in United States Mint history (more than 100 as of 2006). Among these are the 1984 Olympic gold ten-dollar coin, the 1986 Statue of Liberty dollar coin, the 1989 Congress Bicentennial gold five-dollar coin, the obverse of the 1990 Eisenhower Centennial silver dollar, the obverse of the 1991 Mount Rushmore five-dollar coin, and the obverse of the 1991 Korean War Memorial silver dollar. In addition to designing and sculpting a number of Congressional Gold Medals, Mercanti worked on quarters for the states of Arkansas, Iowa, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia for the 50 State Quarters Program.
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|Year of Issue||1986|
|Coin Weight||11.34 Grams - g|