1938-S Texas Independence Centennial. MS-67+ (PCGS). CAC. A stunning example with wisps of antique gold iridescence to virtually pristine surfaces. Bathed in satin to softly frosted luster, this boldly impressed and expertly preserved Superb Gem is sure to please. As with its identically dated Philadelphia and Denver mint counterparts, the 1938-S Texas has an original mintage for distribution of 5,000 coins. The net mintage after melting of unsold examples amounted to just 3,814 pieces, however, a limited total that confirms the 1938-S as one of the scarcest issues of its type. In MS-67+ the coin offered here qualifies as Condition Census, and it is seemingly earmarked for inclusion in a high-ranked commemorative collection on the PCGS Set Registry.<p><p><p> PCGS# 9396. NGC ID: BYJN. PCGS Population: 29; just 5 finer (MS-68).