Stone Mountain
Commemorative Half Dollar

Price

Guide

The pricing of all coins is as individual as the collectors who compete for them.  In our opinion commemorative coins are even more difficult because they are out of the mainstream for many collectors.  PCGS does not list a single coin in the 1893-1954 Silver Commemorative category as grading as an MS 70, so we might assume that less care was taken in their production or that many are held by non-collectors without ever being graded.

 

The prices below are courtesy of PCGS and we will update them from time to time to help give a market perspective.  On December 31, 2018 there were 12,884 certified coins.  Of those, 167 were certified as counterstamped coins.

PCGS Certified 12/31/2018

Grade

2018

2017

2016

2015

3

MS68+

$32,500

$32,500

5

MS68

$22,500

$22,500

23

MS67+

$2,500

$2,700

269

MS67

$900

$1,050

42

MS66+

$425

$475

1,047

MS66

$300

$300

20

MS65+

$190

$200

2,859

MS65

$175

$170

32

MS64+

$130

$130

4,728

MS64

$115

$115

1

MS63+

$82

$82

2,441

MS63

$80

$80

623

MS62+

$70

$70

0

MS62

$70

$70

52

MS61

$68

$68

43

MS60

$65

$65

356

AU58

$60

$60

107

AU55

$55

$55

39

AU53

$50

$50

32

AU50

$50

$50

49

XF45

$45

$45

34

XF40

$40

$40

11

VF35

$35

$35

9

VF30

$35

$35

4

VF25

$30

$30

1

VF20

$30

$30

0

F15

$26

$26

4

F12

$25

$25

2

G10

$24

$24

1

VG08

$24

$24

0

VG06

$22

$22

4

G04

$22

$22

13

AG03

$30

$30

23

FR02

$35

$35

7

PO01

$45

$45

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