You have a Franklin half dollar - a 1957 proof coin is worth around $25.00.
There was no silver dollar in the US made in 1957. It might be a half dollar. These are usually worth about $10-15.
The 1957 Franklin half dollar is a very common high mintage coin of the series, most are valued for the silver at about $15.00.
The last year for the Walking Liberty halves was 1947. A half dollar dated 1957 is a Franklin half. Please look at the coin again and post new question.
a half dollar looks like a dollar cut in half
a half dollar is a us coin that is half a dollar so 50 cents it is bigger than a quarter
If the coin shows any wear, value is for the silver at about $6.00
A US half dollar with a date of 1979 is a Kennedy half dollar not a liberty half dollar. The coin has no silver and is only face value.
No, a silver dollar does not equal a half dollar. Instead, in the USA it equals a full dollar.
1/2 or 0.5 of a dollar is half a dollar
Currently about $6-$8 for and average grade coin. Better grades command higher prices.
Half a dollar is fifty cents.
a half dollar would be 50 cents
John F. Kennedy is currently on the obverse of the half dollar.
I can think of several, although only one is still made today Half dollar ("half dollar" - "half" = "dollar") Half cent Half dime Half eagle That was simple.
The Barber Half Dollar was the only half dollar minted by the US Treasury from 1892 through 1915. This coin was followed by the Walking Liberty Half Dollar.
A U.S. half dollar has a diameter of 30.6mm.
1 and 1 half of half of a dollar ... TROLOLOLO!
1 half dollar is 50 cents.
The Franklin half dollar was introduced in 1948.
Bridgeport Half Dollar was created in 1936.
Currently a half dollar has a greater circumference than circulating dollar coins. Older dollar coins will have a greater circumference than half dollars though.
A 1969-S proof half dollar - aka - Kennedy Half Dollar is worth: $7.00.
Two quarters equal one half dollar.
If you mean the 1926 commemorative half dollar,It's Presidents Coolidge & Washington.