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Nearly 2 million 1910-S half dollars were originally minted in San Francisco, and quite a few Mint State pieces have survived. The 1910-S is rarer than most of the later S-Mint Barber half dollars, although it is more plentiful than most of the earlier S-Mint issues.
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