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The 1944-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar graded MS65 by PCGS with a CAC (Certified Acceptance Corporation) sticker and described as Semi Proof Like has several notable features that make it special and highly desirable:

High Grade: The MS65 (Mint State 65) grade indicates that the coin is in gem uncirculated condition, showcasing strong luster, minimal contact marks, and excellent eye appeal. It is a relatively high grade for Walking Liberty Half Dollars, making it more valuable than lower-grade examples.

CAC Sticker: The CAC sticker signifies that the coin has been reviewed and approved by the Certified Acceptance Corporation for meeting strict quality standards within its grade. CAC-stickered coins are often considered to be of higher quality and can command a premium in the market.

Semi Proof Like: The Semi Proof Like designation indicates that the coin has a reflective surface similar to a proof coin, though it was struck as a regular business strike. This feature enhances the coin's visual appeal and rarity, as semi-proof-like characteristics are uncommon in regular business strikes.

Historical Context: The Walking Liberty Half Dollar series was minted from 1916 to 1947. The 1944-D coin is part of this iconic series, which is highly regarded for its beautiful design by Adolph A. Weinman, featuring Lady Liberty walking towards the sunrise on the obverse and a perched eagle on the reverse.

Mint Location: The "D" mint mark indicates that the coin was struck at the Denver Mint. Coins from different mints can have varying degrees of scarcity and desirability, and Denver Mint coins from this era are particularly sought after by collectors.

PCGS Certification: PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) is one of the most respected

1944 D Walking Liberty MS65 PCGS CAC Semi Proof Like

SKU: 1944-D Walker PCGS
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