|Although the mintage of the 1936 Daniel Boone Bicentennial Commemorative Half Dollar at only 12,012 pieces seems very low by modern standards, it was actually the highest mintage of the various Boone commemoratives issued between 1934 and 1938. That said, this example is certainly one of the nicer specimens available. This 1936 Daniel Boone Bicentennial Commemorative Half Dollar graded MS66+ by PCGS and is encapsulated in one of the newer-style edge-view holders. The coin has strong mint luster and is fully toned on each side. The color is a predominately lilac pink and purple color with a band of more vibrant golden, green and red rainbow color near part of the rims. A few tiny marks can be found under magnification, but nothing significant. A beautiful high grade example of this popular classic commemorative.