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I assume you mean the walking liberty half dollar (1916-1947). They contain .3617 ounce of silver. Just a bit more than 1/3 oz.

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A 1936 Walking Liberty half dollar has .36169oz of silver.


A Walking Liberty half dollar has .36169oz of silver.



The coin is a Franklin half dollar not a Liberty half dollar, and is so common if it has any wear at all the value is for the silver only, about $10.00


5-5-11>> The coin is a Franklin half dollar not a Liberty half dollar, and is so common if it has any wear at all the value is for the silver only, about $13.00


A 1860 Liberty Seated Half Dollar in good condition (G4) is worth: $250.00.


It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $12.00. The coin is very common.


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.


When minted, a Walking Liberty Half Dollar contains .36169 ounce pure silver. The coin is alloyed with 10% copper, giving an overall silver purity of 90%, resulting in a coin that weighs 12.5 grams.


If the coin has any wear the value is for the silver about $12.00


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" half dollar. None were struck in silver it is a clad coin. It was issued as Proof and Uncirculated and both are very common with the same average retail value of $5.00.


It's Dollar not dollor and the coin is a Ben Franklin Half dollar not a "liberty" half dollar and value is likely $5.00 just for the silver, only high grade mint state coins have better values.


The last year for the Walking Liberty halves was 1947. A half dollar dated 1957 is a Franklin half. Please look at the coin again and post new question.


It weighs 12.5 grams; 90% of that is silver and the rest is copper.


Just for its silver content alone it would be worth about $10.40.


There is no silver in a 1972 US half dollar.


Sorry.No liberty half dollars in 1967.


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.



The coin is not a silver liberty dollar. It's a 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin and has no silver in it and the value is one dollar.


Please turn the coin over and look at the denomination on the back. It's a half-dollar.


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


No silver dollars were made in 1906, look at the back of the coin at the bottom for the words Half Dollar. It's likely a Barber half dollar, values for average circulated coins are $8.00-$14.00


A Franklin half dollar contains approximately .36oz of silver


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" half dollar. None were struck in silver it is a clad coin. It was issued as Proof and Uncirculated and both are very common with the same average retail value of $5.00.



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