How much are my U.S. 1925 Lexington commemorative worth?

About 1925 Lexington Silver Commemoratives

The Lexington half dollar remembers the shot heard ‘round the world, when in 1775 the proverbial first gunshot fired during the start of the American Revolution at the Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts, and the first British soldiers were wounded in the battles of Lexington and Concord. More than 160,000 coins were minted, and a whopping 60,000 were sold for $1 as souvenirs during associated 150th anniversary events in April 1925. Others were distributed through sales points in other areas of New England and were sold to collectors throughout other parts of the United States.

Lexington half dollars, designed by Chester Beach, are often found in the grades of MS63-65, and MS66s are scarce but available on the marketplace, while examples in higher grades are quite rare. Most uncirculated specimens carry lustrous surfaces and offer excellent eye appeal. One nuance of this coin is that some pieces show rub on the knee on the soldier as seen on the obverse, a detraction that can be avoided with some searching.



Coin Date: 1925
Denom: 50c / Half dollar
Desg: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Classic Commemoratives, Silver
Coinage Years: 1892-1954
Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
Variety: Lexington
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 30.6 mm
Weight: 12.5 gr
Edge: Reeded
Catalog #: 9318
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MS68


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MS67


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MS66 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS66


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MS65 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS65


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MS64 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS64


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MS63 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS63


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MS62 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS62


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MS61 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS61


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MS60 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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MS60


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AU58 CAC


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AU58


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AU55 CAC


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AU55


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AU53 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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AU53


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AU50 CAC


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AU50


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XF45 CAC


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XF45


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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XF40 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1925 Lexington
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XF40


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