San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge half dollar
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The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge half dollar was designed by Jacques Shinier, a resident of Oakland, and minted in 1936. The obverse depicts a grizzly bear, a symbol of California, and the reverse shows the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, and the Ferry Building, and two boats approaching the bridge. 100 thousand of these coins were minted.
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