How much are my U.S. 1926 $2 1/2 Sesqui commemorative worth?

About 1926 $2 1/2 Sesqui Gold Commemoratives

The last of the classic gold commemorative coins celebrates the 150th anniversary of the founding of the United States. Issued during the nation's grand Sesquicentennial in 1926 and struck alongside a half dollar also honoring the Sesquicentennial, this gold quarter eagle designed by John R. Sinnock features an obverse standing figure of Miss Liberty, who holds a scrolled Declaration of Independence in one hand and the Torch of Freedom in her other hand. The reverse showcases Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

Many of these coins saw wear in circulation. However, more than half of the survivors are known in uncirculated condition in grades ranging from MS60 through MS65. Examples grading MS66 or higher are very scarce and command significant premiums.



Coin Date: 1926
Denom: $2 1/2 / Gold $2.50
Desg: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Classic Commemoratives, Gold
Coinage Years: 1903-1926
Composition: 90% gold; 10% copper
Variety: Sesquicentennial
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 18 mm
Fineness: 0.12094
Weight: 4.18 gr
Designer: John R. Sinnock
Edge: Reeded
Catalog #: 7466
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MS67 CAC


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MS66 CAC


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MS66


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MS65 CAC


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MS65


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MS64 CAC


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MS64


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MS63 CAC


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MS63


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MS62 CAC


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MS62


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MS61 CAC


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MS61


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MS60 CAC


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AU58 CAC


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AU58


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AU55 CAC


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AU53 CAC


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AU50 CAC


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XF45 CAC


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XF40 CAC


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