The Kennedy Half Dollar, designed by Frank Gasparro and Gilroy Roberts, was first minted in 1964 and continues to be produced to this day. This specific example is graded Mint State 67 and was struck at the Denver Mint during the coin`s first year of issue. This 1964-D Kennedy Half Dollar is among the finest known, with just 104 coins graded Mint State 67 and only 1 graded higher at Mint State 68! What is likely the most appealing part of this rare coin is its toning. Along the rim of the obverse is a thick halo of deep amber tones interspersed with turquoise and magenta. Flip this coin to the reverse to see a tie dye ring composed of magenta, turquoise, gold, and emerald. To tie it all together, Rick Tomaska has personally reviewed this coin and given it his Everest Seal of Approval. This exclusive seal is only given to coins that Rick has deemed to have the highest quality eye appeal for their year and grade.