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
All Franklin half dollars have the "cracked bell" it adds nothing to the value.
It's still worth one dollar.
There's no such coin. Washington is on the quarter.
That's the bicentennial dollar, extremely common, and still worth one dollar.
The Liberty Bell is priceless. I own a bell older than the liberty bell. . . not kidding
This half dollar is worth between seven and three-hundred dollars, depending on the condition.
Bicentennial dollars released for circulation are still worth one dollar.
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.
As you can tell from looking below the bell, the coin is a half dollar. Also, if you check any history book you'll find that the Liberty Bell really does have a crack in it.
A 1951 Franklin half dollar is worth about $11 due to its silver content.