A 90% silver (Pre-1965) Half Dollar weighs 12.50 grams, 1965 to date 11.50 grams
The 1964 weight is 12.50 grams, 1965-1970 weigh 11.50 grams.
One silver (pre-1965) half dollar weighs 12.5 grams, so 20 weigh 250 grams.
It depends what year the half dollar was made. 1964 - 12.5 g 1965-1970 - 11.5 g 1971 to now - 11.34 g
U.S. half dollars dated before 1965 weigh 12.5 grams and contain 90% silver.
Half dollars 1965-70 are 40% silver.
U.S. half dollars minted in 1965 through 1970 weigh 11.5 grams and contain 40% silver.
A US Walking Liberty Half dollar dated 1917 will weigh 12.50 grams.
There is no such thing as an Eisenhower half dollar, only an Eisenhower dollar coin.
The Franklin half dollar weighs 12.50 grams.
One late 1960s half dollar is currently worth about $5.
A Franklin half dollar weighs 12.5 grams.
90% silver halves weigh 12.50 grams.
It weighs 12.5 grams.
The weight should be 12.50 grams.
½ Dollar "Franklin Half Dollar"1948-1963Silver (.900)ø 30.6 mm12.5 g
The Franklin half dollar weighs 12.5 grams and is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper.
1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00
11.34 grams & 30.6mm diameter
The U.S. has never made a gold half dollar coin. Look at the coin again and post new question.
Half dollars 1965-70 are 40% silver and at present are worth about $4.
It's currently worth about $5 for the silver. Kennedy half dollars minted 1965-70 contain 40% silver.
8.359 grams of 90% gold.
5-5-11>> The coin is a Kennedy Half dollar NOT a Liberty half dollar. So many were made that most coins are only valued for the silver (40%) at about $5.00.
It's a Half Dollar NOT a dollar coin. The coin weighs 12.50 grams and contains .36169oz of pure silver.