About 1915-S $2 1/2 Pan-Pac Gold Commemoratives
The 1915-S Panama-Pacific $2.50 quarter eagle was struck alongside four other commemorative coins honoring the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. The occasion was huge, not only serving as that year?s world?s fair but also taking place in the city that had less than a decade earlier been ravaged in a massive 1906 earthquake.
The design on the quarter eagle is a collaborative effort between Charles E. Barber and George T. Morgan. The obverse features the goddess Columbia bearing a caduceus and seated on a hippocampus, while the reverse shows a likeness of an American eagle. Many were spent, though the vast majority exist in uncirculated grades ranging from MS62 through MS66, with those grading higher much scarcer.
|Denom:||$2 1/2 / Gold $2.50|
|Mint Location:||San Francisco|
|Coinage Type:||Classic Commemoratives, Gold|
|Composition:||90% gold; 10% copper|
|Designer:||Charles Keck & George Morgan|
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