The 1945 Liberty half dollar values depends again on condition of the coin. The mint mark and the type of coin is a huge factor in determining the value of this coin. However, I have seen many of these coins sell for under $5.00 dollars this year. And one of these coins sold for nearly $2,500.00 in 'Proof' condition at auction last year.
There is no such thing as a 1968 Franklin halfdollar. But there is a John F. Kennedy half dollar from 1968.
If you check the back you'll find that you have a halfdollar. There has never been a US-issued Kennedy silver dollar.
The US did not make steel dimes in 1945.
John F. Kennedy
No US dollar coins were struck in 1963, look at the coin again and post new questionIf your coin has a picture of Benjamin Franklin on the front, turn it over and check the denomination. It should be a halfdollar.
The US does not use centavos as their currency.
made by Colt in 1945
The only years silver was used in US nickels was 1942-1945, the coin is face value.
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The US didn't print any bills dated 1945. Please check again and post a new question.
If the coin is uncirculated value is about $1.25 if not 80 cents just for the silver.
Please check again and post a new question. The US didn't print any bills dated 1945.
It's a very common coin, average retail value is 5 to 20 cents.
It is a 1945 coin during US colonization with the word FIVE cents on it. The coin is with the woman standing.
John F. Kennedy is the president on the half-dollar.
The U.S. did not print any $20 bills with that date.
The 1945 Lincoln cent is a very common coin. Most are only 3 to 10 cents.
A 1/4 of 1945 is 486.25
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If that sentence fragment is supposed to be asking the coin's value, it's worth about 4 cents.
There were no silver dollars minted in 1945.
Around 50 US dollars. The reason for such good value is that; in 1945; germany still had Belgium under its war world 2 control, making it almost impossible for a coin (in Belgium) To be made.
There were several 6 cent US stamps in 1945. It will take some detective work to narrow down the search. Use a catalog online or through your local library to identify the specific item. It will also provide an estimated value.
No such coin exists. I have a United States of America 1945 centavvos Flipinas Coin.....Good condition if anyone interested....