½ Dollar "Franklin Half Dollar"1948-1963Silver (.900)ø 30.6 mm12.5 g
It has a total weigh of 24.6 grams.
The U.S. did not mint any dollar coins in 1960.
24.59 grams, 40% (9.836 gm) of which is silver
90% silver halves weigh 12.50 grams.
The weight as issued is 26.73 grams.
It weighs 26.7 grams.
The standard weight is 26.96 grams.
Silver dimes weigh 2.5 grams and contain 90% silver with 10% copper, which is 2.25 grams of silver.
A silver dollar weighs a little less than an ounce.
The 1963 Franklin half dollar is so common if it has any wear at all the value is for the silver only, about $10.00.
So many were struck the value is for the silver, about $6.00
U.S. silver dollars dated 1935 and earlier weigh 26.73 grams and contain 90% silver.
It is 90% silver and 10% copper. It has a total weight of 26.7 grams.
As issued, the weight is 22.68 grams.
The 1964 weight is 12.50 grams, 1965-1970 weigh 11.50 grams.
A 1965 Kennedy half dollar is 40% silver. It has a total weight of 11.5 grams.
26.730 grams is the weight standard for all US silver dollars from 1840 to1935.
If it is not worn, it weighs 26.73 gm and contains .77344 troy ounces of silver.
All silver dollars through 1935 should weigh 26.73 grams, and possibly slightly less if it's heavily worn.
One silver (pre-1965) half dollar weighs 12.5 grams, so 20 weigh 250 grams.
Check that coin again. The U.S. didn't mint any silver dollars in the 1960s.
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They originally weighed 26.96 grams. Of course a circulated coin will weigh slightly less. And genuine silver dollars are NOT magnetic.
The Franklin half dollar weighs 12.5 grams and is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper.