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Answered 2020-05-05 14:35:32

$4.00

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About $1.25 for the silver.


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Not silver, copper-nickel And either not JFK or not a dollar - JFK is on the half dollar, President Eisenhower was on the dollar coin in 1972. Either way, it's an ordinary circulation coin worth only face value.


If you look on the back it's a HALF dollar, not a dollar. Value is about $2.00 for the silver content.


At present, it's worth around $10.50.


It is only worth 50 cents, it contains no silver and is in common circulation.


The coin is only 40% silver with a value of about $4.00


There's no such coin. JFK is on the half dollar.


Kennedy is on the half dollar, and this isn't a complete question.


It's a half dollar not a dollar. The coin is very common, most are only valued for the silver, about $12.00


If you're referring to a Kennedy half dollar, those minted in 1971 and after are NOT silver, and worth 50 cents.


Yes, it is 40% silver and worth about $6 just for the silver content. It really has no collector value beyond the silver content however.


In 1968 a jfk half dollar was worth 50 cents.MoreAt that time the coin was worth 50 cents. However, from 1965 to 1969 half dollars were made of 40% silver. At current silver prices these coins are worth about $3 in circulated condition.


It's still worth about $4.50 for the silver, a 1965 is 40% silver but the plating adds nothing to the value unless someone wants it.



Value is for the silver about $2.50


If it's from circulation and has a dark-colored edge, it's copper-nickel, not silver, and is only worth 50 cents. If it's a silver proof it might be worth $6-8.


It's not JFK, it's Ben Franklin and the value is about $12.00 just for the silver. NOTE: JFK appeared in 1964 for the first time on the half dollar


None of the Bicentennial half dollar coins made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.


None of the Bicentennial half dollar coins made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.


It's either not JFK, or not a quarter.Washington is on the quarter. A 1967 quarter is worth 25 cents.JFK is on the half dollar. A 1967 half still had some silver in it (40%) and is worth about $3.00 as of 04/2009.


The bicentennial half dollar is extremely common, and is still worth 50 cents.


The coin is 40% silver and worth more than face value, but that's not much, only about $4.00. So many were made most are only valued for the silver.


None of the Bicentennial half dollar coins made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.


It's still worth about $2.50 for the silver, a 1965 is 40% silver but the paint adds nothing to the value unless someone wants it.



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