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A 1921 Half Dollar is 90% silver. It has a melt value of somewhere around $12. The related link below has more information.

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There is no silver in the Canadian half dollar dated after 1967. If you have older coins (lucky you), the content is as follows: 1870 - 1919 92.5% silver 7.5% copper 1920 - 1967 80% silver 20% copper


A 1966 Kennedy half dollar contains 40% silver. The weight of the silver is 0.1479 troy ounces. In circulated condition these coins are worth approximately $3.50 due to their silver content.


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