How much are my U.S. 1936 Gettysburg commemorative worth?

About 1936 Gettysburg Silver Commemoratives

The Gettysburg half dollar commemorates the 75th anniversary of the pivotal Civil War battle that took place in 1863. However, it was the height of the commemorative coin frenzy, and instead of waiting until 1938 to issue the coin, promoters got a two-year jump on the matter and requested it be issued in 1936. While promoters wanted 20,000 from the Philadelphia Mint and 15,000 each from Denver and San Francisco, a total of 26,928 were minted in Philly and originally sold for $1.65 apiece, though prices eventually rose to $2.65 per coin.

The coin was designed by Frank Vittor and in Gem is one of the scarcer commemorative halves from the 1892-1954 era. Many Gettysburg half dollars are in nice condition, many offering white, lustrous surfaces. Buyers should pay closer attention to the flat surface on the Union shield on the reverse, where marks are often found. While MS65 and MS66 specimens are on the scarce side, this coin becomes especially rare in the grades of MS67 or above.



Coin Date: 1936
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: Gettysburg
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 30.6 mm
Weight: 12.5 gr
Edge: Reeded
Catalog #: 9305
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MS68


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS67


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MS66


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MS65 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS65


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MS64 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS64


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MS63 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS63


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MS62 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS62


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MS61 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS61


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MS60 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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MS60


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AU58 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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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: 1936 Gettysburg
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AU53


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AU50 CAC


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AU50


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XF45 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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XF45


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XF40 CAC


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Gettysburg
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XF40


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