1964 proof Kennedy half dollars are not hard to find. Average retail value is $10.25 for most examples.
Kennedy is on the HALF dollar, not the silver dollar. 1964 is an extremely common date, currently worth about $11 for the silver.
It is worth about 10-15 dollars.
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.
1964 was first year for Kennedy 50c. Has about $4.80 worth of silver?
With the exception of 1964, all Proof Kennedy half dollars will have a "S" mintmark. They also have a mirror like finish on them.
Try again. The Kennedy half dollar wasn't introduced until 1964.
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.
All non-proof Kennedy halves made after 1970 are simply worth $.50 in most cases. From 1965-1970 Kennedy halves had 40% of silver in them which is worth at the time of writing $4.04, Kennedy halves dated 1964 are 90% silver and worth $9.80 at the time of writing.
Eisenhower was on the DOLLAR coin in the 1970s. KENNEDY has been on the half dollar since 1964. A 1985 Kennedy half is still worth 50 cents.
The '64 Kennedy half is currently worth about $12.
Kennedy half dollars started in 1964, 1963 was the last year for Franklin halves, so a Proof 1963 Kennedy can't exist.
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Kennedy is on the half dollar, not the dollar. Those minted in 1964 are worth about $13, coins from 1965-70 are worth about $5, and anything 1971-present are worth 50 cents.
1964 is an extremely common date for Kennedy halves, but the coins are 90% silver. At present, one is worth about $10.
A 1971 Kennedy half dollar is worth anywhere from $45 to $280 dollars. The Kennedy half dollar began circulation in 1964.
It's a very common date for Kennedy halves, currently worth about $10 for the silver.
A genuine 1964 Kennedy half dollar is currently worth about $6. A jumbo coin is surely a novelty, and isn't worth anything to collectors.
It will be worth approximately 10 1964 Roosevelt dimes, or 4 1964 Washington quarters, or 2 1964 Kennedy Halves.
The 1964 Kennedy is very common, unless it's a super high grade coin the value is just for the silver, about $12.00.
It's a Franklin half dollar. The first Kennedy half was struck in 1964. 1961 is very common date, value is about $15.00.
No such coin. Do you mean 1964?
That depends on the date. 1964 Kennedy halves are 90% silver, currently worth about $10. 1965-70 are 40% silver, worth about $4. Anything 1971-present (except for some proof coins) contains no silver and is worth 50 cents.
At present silver prices at around $30/oz, a '64 Kennedy half is currently worth about $11.
The 1964 Kennedy is very common, unless it's a super high grade coin the value is just for the silver, about $12.50
The U.S. Mint did not issue any .999 silver Kennedy coins in 1964.