They are 40% silver. Unless in a mint set, they are worth their silver bullion content which at the time of writing is about $4.75 or so, but this fluctuates with the spot price of silver. They are common coins and worth little to a collector beyond the silver value.
1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00
Kennedy half dollars from 1965 to 1969 are 40% silver with a value of $1.25
There are no mintmarks on 1965 Kennedy half dollars.
The coins are half dollars rather than dollars. Kennedy halves from 1965-70 are worth about $5, and anything 1971-present is only worth face value.
1965-1970 Kennedy half dollars are 40% silver with a value of about $2.00 for the silver.
Kennedy half dollars dated 1964 are worth about $11 for their silver content. Kennedy half dollars dated 1965-1970 are worth about $4 for their silver content because they are 40% silver. Kennedy half dollars dated 1971 and later are only really worth face value unless in a mint set.
Kennedy half dollars minted 1965-1970 contain 40% silver and are currently worth just under $5.
The 1964 Kennedy half dollar contain 11.25 grams of silver. Kennedy half dollars from 1965 through 1970 contain 4.60 grams of silver.
No Kennedy DOLLARS exist. But 7 Kennedy halves dated from 1965 to 1970 would have 1.0353oz of silver.
If you mean what is 500 dollars in 1965 equivilant to in today's money value then the answer is about 3,600 dollars. If you mean what is 500 dollars in today's money equivilant to in 1965's money value then it is about 68 dollars.
All Kennedy half dollars from 1965-1969 are 40% silver, circulated coin have values of about $2.00.
Kennedy is on the half dollar, not the dollar. Those minted in 1964 are worth about $13, coins from 1965-70 are worth about $5, and anything 1971-present are worth 50 cents.
All Kennedy half dollars struck for general circulation from 1971 to date are made of 75% copper & 25% nickel not silver and are only face value. 1964 are 90% silver and 1965-1970 40% silver.
Kennedy half dollars minted between 1965 and 1970 contain 40% silver and are worth around $5 each.
All Kennedy half dollars minted from 1965 to 1970 are 40% silver.
Yes, half dollars dated 1965-1970 are made out of 40% silver.
Kennedy half-dollars dated 1965-1970 contain 40% silver and 60% copper, with a total weigh of 11.5 grams. Using metal prices as of 17 February 2013, the copper in one 1965 half-dollar is worth 5.7 cents. The total melt value of the coin (silver + copper) is currently $4.47.
Without a date and mintmark it is impossible to tell. The current silver melt value for 1964 90% silver half dollars is $12.34. The melt value for half dollars made between 1965-70 is $5.04. These are 40% silver. See the related links below for more information.
For circulated half-dollars, ones dated 1964 are 90% silver and worth about $15.50 in silver value. Half-dollars dated 1965-1970 are 40% silver and worth about $6 in silver value. Circulated examples of 1971 and later half dollars are only worth 50 cents. Coins in mint sets that are uncirculated or proof may bring a premium to collectors but in general there is low collector demand for Kennedy half dollars outside of their bullion value.
Kennedy half dollars minted from 1965 to 1970 contained 40% silver which is 0.1479 ounces. Doing the math it works out to be 6.76 half dollars are required to equal one ounce of silver.
It varies by year. 1964 half dollars are 90% silver and worth around $12. Those minted from 1965-70 are 40% silver and worth around $5. Anything 1971 or later is only worth face value.
Kennedy half dollars dated from 1965 to 1970are only40% silver. A 1966 is not rare, most are only valued for the silver about $5.
All 1965 half dollars carry a picture of President Kennedy. Ben was a lot older and balder than JFK. The last Franklin halves were made in 1963. Kennedy halves started in 1964. If you have a 1963 Franklin half, it's worth about $6. If you have a 1965 JFK half, it's worth about $2.50
1964 was the only year for a 90% silver Kennedy, 1965 to 1970 are 40% silver.
Kennedy half dollars from 1965-1969 were struck in 40% silver and so many were made most are valued for the silver only, at $2.72 as of today