[Michael Kittle Rare Coins Logo Image]

About Us
1909 Mint Set
U.S. Coins
World Coins
Hall of Fame
U.S. Archive
World Archive

1934 Texas Half PCGS MS63 "DOILY" SOLD
1934 Texas Half PCGS MS63 DOILY
The Texas Independence Centennial half dollars have one of the most crowded designs of any commemorative half dollar. Because of the crowded design, hardly any open fields remain making the grading of these coins very difficult. That said, this first-year of issue 1934 example of the Texas Commemorative Half Dollar has been certified by PCGS in the MS63 grade. More important, this coin is housed in one of the very rare Doily style holders. This version of the PCGS holder was only used for a couple of weeks during late-1989 before it was quickly phased out. Accordingly, it has been reported that only a few hundred coins in this style of holder are known to exist today and they are highly sought after by collectors. When you are lucky enough to find a PCGS Doily style holder, it most often contains a Morgan Silver Dollar or a Mercury Dime. Other type coins are much much more difficult to find in these holders and to find specific issues of the classic commemorative half dollars can be a significant challenge. The two-piece Doily holder is in good condition with the outer stacking ring fully intact, but there is a crack in the ring near the upper right hand corner. The coin itself is awesome for the grade with tons of luster that cartwheels around the bright white surfaces. Only a few light marks can be found well-hidden in the cluttered design and the coin has the look of a coin graded a few points higher. Don't miss your opportunity to pick up a Texas Half Dollar in the ultra-rare Doily holder!
Holder Obverse Image Holder Reverse Image
Large Photo (Full Size)
Holder Obverse Image (Full Size)
Holder Reverse Image (Full Size)
If you wish to order or if you have any questions about this coin, please contact us at (818) 451-9199 or email mike@kittlecoins.com

U.S. Coins


Send e-mail to mike@kittlecoins.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 2022 Michael Kittle Rare Coins
Last modified: 02/02/22