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Does the 1965 Kennedy half dollar have any silver?


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Answered 2010-05-02 18:14:30

All Kennedy half dollars from 1965-1969 are 40% silver, circulated coin have values of about $2.00.

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The 1964 Kennedy half dollar contain 11.25 grams of silver. Kennedy half dollars from 1965 through 1970 contain 4.60 grams of silver.


Kennedy is on the half dollar, not the silver dollar. As of February 2016, a 1964 Kennedy half is worth about $5.50, a 1965-1970 is about $2.25, and 1971 or later is 50 cents.


A 1965 Kennedy half dollar is 40% silver. It has a total weight of 11.5 grams.


Kennedy halves from 1965 to 1970 were struck in 40% silver, so yes.


1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00


Values Entered:Coin Type:1965-1970 Kennedy Half DollarSilver Price: $31.36 / troy ounce (As of Jan. 15th 2013)Statistics:» There are 1.0353 troy ounces of silver in 7 silver 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollar(s).» Each 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollar contains 0.1479 troy ounces of silver and is valued at $4.64 when silver is at $31.36 / ounce.» A roll of 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollars has 20 coins and is valued at $92.76 when silver is at $31.36 / ounce.


About 4.2 grams of pure silver for coins dated 1965 to 1970


The 1965-1969 Kennedy's are only 40% silver and the actual silver weight is .14792oz of pure silver.


It's currently worth about $5 for the silver. Kennedy half dollars minted 1965-70 contain 40% silver.


1965-1970 Kennedy halves are only 40% silver. Most are valued for just the silver, about $4.50.


1965-1970 Kennedy halves are only 40% silver. Most are valued for just the silver, about $4.50.


Eisenhower Dollars were first minted in 1971.Perhaps you are thinking of a 1969 half dollar. 1969 was the last year that the Kennedy Half Dollars had silver. 1965-1969 Kennedy Half Dollars contain 40% silver.


Kennedy half dollars minted 1965-1970 contain 40% silver and are currently worth just under $5.


Kennedy is on the HALF dollar, not dollar. There were no U.S. silver dollars minted in the 1960s. The '64 Kennedy half is 90% silver and extremely common, currently worth about $10.50 for the silver.


How much is a silver Kennedy half dollar worth?


The 1968 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver.


The 1964 Kennedy half has .36169oz of pure silver in it.


At current silver prices, it's worth about $5. Kennedy halves dated 1965-70 contain 40% silver.


The 1965 Kennedy half dollar is a 40% silver coin (1965-1969) but so many were made only a very high grade uncirculated example is worth more than the silver in the coin. The silver value today is about $2.70


1964: 90% 1965-70: 40% 1971-present: 0%


The 1964 Kennedy half dollar, which is 90% silver, contains 0.3617 troy ounces of silver. The 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollars (as well as some 1976 coins issued for collectors), which are only 40% silver, contain 0.1479 troy ounces of silver. The silver proof Kennedy half dollars produced for collectors since 1992 are, like the 1964 coins, 90% silver and contain 0.3617 troy ounces of silver.


Half dollars 1965-70 are 40% silver.


As of 19 March 2016, 40% silver Kennedy halves (1965-70) are worth $2.34.


A 1969 silver Kennedy half dollar is worth $5 inn perfect condition. The value of the silver is worth $2.87.


The 1969 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver with a value about $3.25