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Rare Corkscrew Mint Error. 1968 D Kennedy Half Dollar 40% Silver Variety Snake


1968 D Kennedy Half Dollar, 40% Silver, Mint Error Anomaly Variety Type. I could find no documented examples or widespread errors of this anomaly for the 1968 D Kennedy Half Dollar. Provided are 3 examples of the same snake like “corkscrew” mint errors on 3 separate 1968 D Kennedy Half dollar coins and in 3 different locations on the coin. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: US\Half Dollars\Kennedy (1964-Now)”. The seller is “rodsas-66″ and is located

Rare High Grade SMS Kennedy Half Set Please See the Video


Awesome 3 Coin US Kennedy Half dollar Special Mint set. 1965 graded NGC MS67 NGC Cert# 4386409-017. 1966 graded NGC MS67 NGC Cert# 2705874-019. 1967 graded NGC MS67Star! No spotting or toning. There are some reflections in the pictures. They are only reflections. Nothing on the coins. The holders are all in Excellent condition as well. Please see all of the pictures to judge the coin. Any questions, please dont hesitate to ask. Just wait for an invoice. This item

Rare Grade 1965 SMS Kennedy Half Dollar MS 67 + NGC Certified Silver


1965 SMS Kennedy Half Dollar MS67 + Plus Star NGC Certified Silver Very Rare Grade. Eye Appeal is absolutely stunning. The pictures in this listing are of the actual coin you will be receiving. The photographs taken are to ensure our customers have the opportunity to be the best judge. Sales are final on raw or uncertified coins. We value our customers’ business and we greatly appreciate any feedback. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: US\Half

Rare Original Sealed Bag of Ted Binion Hoard 1lb. 90% Silver Horseshoe Las Vegas


OWN A PART OF HISTORY!! UP FOR SALE IS A. Original Sealed Bag of Ted Binion Hoard 1 lb. 90% Silver Horseshoe Las Vegas. All 90% pure silver. The canvas bag is in excellent condition. Bag is still sealed with the certified lead seal embossed with the word Binion. Condition of coins and amount of coins is unknown. These coins come from a 46,000 pound hoard hidden away in Las Vegas by Ted Binion, owner and operator of the Binion

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