Arkansas-Robinson half dollar

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The Arkansas-Robinson half dollar was a special issue of the Arkansas Centennial half dollar, minted in 1936 and featuring a different design.[1]

The coin featured Joseph Taylor Robinson, who represented Arkansas in the U.S. Senate at the time. He was the third of four living persons depicted on U.S. coinage.

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  1. ^ "1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar : (Arkansas-Robinson Half Dollar)". Retrieved 2017-03-13.

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