It's called a "Franklin Half" not a. 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
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.
This half dollar is worth between seven and three-hundred dollars, depending on the 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.
Bicentennial dollars released for circulation are still worth one dollar.
A 1951 Franklin half dollar is worth about $11 due to its silver content.
It's a Eisenhower Bicentennial dollar NOT a Liberty Bell silver dollar, and none of the Eisenhower bicentennial dollars made for general circulation have any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
There were no silver dollars minted in 1950. The Franklin half dollar has the Liberty Bell on the reverse, The "6" above the bell must have been added after the coin left the mint. The "6' reduces the value of the coin to the value of the silver in it.
All Franklin half dollars (and, indeed, in real life) show a crack in the Liberty bell. Please see the Related Question for more information.
Because the liberty bell is an old historic coin that is worth about $8.00
according to my source, no dollar coins were struck from 1805 to 1835. check with pro. coin dealer to see if it is counterfeit.
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Although it does have the Liberty Bell on the reverse of the coin, it's a Franklin half dollar. All Franklin half dollars are considered common, if it has any wear, it's valued only for the silver, about $12.00 as of 3-12-11
1960 Franklin-Liberty Bell half dollar; As of 09/2008, about $7 in average circulated condition; proof coins are worth $8 to $30 depending on how well-struck they are.The price depends on how worn it is and how much silver is selling for. At $18/oz, a half dollar dated 1960 contains about $7 worth of silver. Note that halves from 1965 to 1969 contain only about $3 worth of silver at that price, and halves from 1971 to today have no silver so they're only worth 50¢
the liberty bell in front of the moon
I think the 1st. silver dollar was made in 1794. It's the "Flowing Hair" dollar. You sure about the date? You sure it's a U.S. minted Silver dollar?
Assuming the coin is circulated with no mintmark and still in collectible condition, the 1904 Morgan (not Liberty) is a common coin, current average values are $40.00-$50.00 depending on the grade of the coin. I've liberty silver dollar, the year is 1776-1976 w/picture of bell on the rear of silver dollars.. How much it worth?
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.
Please check your coin again and post a new question. The U.S. didn't mint any $1 coins from 1936 to 1970 inclusive.If you have a coin with Ben Franklin on the front and the Liberty Bell on the back, it's a half dollar just like it says under the bell.
That's a bicentennial dollar, and it's still worth one dollar.
There's no such coin. If you have a Franklin half with a liberty bell on the back it's worth about $6-7 for its silver content. If you have a Washington Carver commemorative half dollar it's worth $8-12.