1928 Hawaiian Sesquicentennial. MS-65 (PCGS). CAC. OGH. Enchanting Gem quality surfaces are brilliant with a full quota of frosty mint luster. Among design types of classic commemorative half dollars, the 1928 Hawaiian Sesquicentennial is the rarest and most desired. More than half of these were sold to residents of the Hawaiian Islands and thus passed into non-numismatic hands, resulting in many becoming impaired or damaged. In contrast, the other two key types of the commemorative series -- the 1935 Hudson Sesquicentennial and the 1935 Old Spanish Trail -- were nearly all sold to numismatists who preserved them carefully. The present piece is significant for both is technical quality and eye appeal, and is sure to sell for a premium bid. PCGS# 9309. NGC ID: BYGR. From the Huber Collection.