The Liberty Bell is priceless. I own a bell older than the liberty bell. . . not kidding
Because the liberty bell is an old historic coin that is worth about $8.00
If you mean the stamps with the bell on them, that is the Liberty Bell, one of the U.S.'s great historical monuments and emblems, and not the logo of the telephone company. The stamp is worth first-class postage, meaning the cost of mailing a regular letter.
WHICH liberty bell stamp? The "forever" liberty bell stamp that's currently being sold is worth whatever first-class postage for a one-ounce letter is... as of now, that's 44 cents, but if the postage rate goes up, the stamps will still be considered full postage for a one-ounce first-class letter.
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The Liberty Bell Forever stamps are the same as other first class stamps... current valve of the stamp is 44 cents. The Forever stamp is able to be used no matter what price changes they make to the stamps in the future (probably why they dont put the cost on the actual stamp)
It is a National treasure. You can't put a price on it.
It's still worth one dollar.
It is free to see the Liberty Bell.
It's called a "Franklin Half" not a liberty Bell. The coins are so common the value for most is just for the silver, about $6.50
The Liberty Bell weighs 2,055 pounds (900 kilograms).
All Franklin half dollars have the "cracked bell" it adds nothing to the value.
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The Liberty Bell is on the reverse (tails) side of the Franklin half dollar. One is currently worth at least $8 for the silver, and a little more if it's in particularly good condition.
All Franklin half dollars (and, indeed, in real life) show a crack in the Liberty bell. Please see the Related Question for more information.
That's the bicentennial dollar, extremely common, and still worth one dollar.
There are a nine different stamps in the series. That all have a minimal value and can be purchased for about 20 cents.
This half dollar is worth between seven and three-hundred dollars, depending on the condition.
The Liberty Dollar is worth One Dollar!
Blah! Blah! Blah! Who cares?
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All images of the Liberty Bell on Franklin half dollars (and, indeed, in real life) show a crack in the bell. To determine its value you have to know the coin's date and whether there's a mint mark letter over the bell. Then please post a new question with that information.