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A Mint State 1971 Kennedy has a retail value of $1.00-$2.00

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These are not silver and are worth only face value unless they are uncirculated or have a "S" mintmark.


If you mean a 1971-D half dollar, it's just 50 cents.


Unless it's a proof or uncirculated coin, it has no added value. All circulation halves made since 1971 are copper-nickel, not silver.



No such coin. Kennedy is only on the half dollars. Starting In 1971, the dollar coins are Eisenhower dollars. The coin is just face value.


A standard "for circulation" 1971 Ike dollar has very little collector value. You might get $1.50 for it. If it was flawless uncirculated you might get $10 for it.


Kennedy Half dollars are very common, coins from 1971 to date contain no silver and are only face value.



With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.


Depending on the condition, an Eisenhower uncirculated dollar as a value between $10.00 and $20.00, of 2014. The 1971 S Silver Proof is worth the most.


In uncirculated condition, it's worth about $2.00 If circulated, it has no added value. All circulation halves dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel; they don't contain any silver.


Since 1971 all circulating half dollars have been made of copper-nickel, not silver. Your coin is only worth face value unless it's in uncirculated condition.


Maybe $3 on eBay, and it's not made of silver.


8-4-11>> With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.


The only denomination struck for circulation bearing JFK's image is the half dollar, not a dollar, as can be seen on the coin's reverse where it says "Half Dollar". Unless the coin is a proof or uncirculated, all halves from 1971 and later are standard cupronickel clad coins and are only worth face value.


No such thing, but Kennedy Half dollars are very common, coins minted in 1971 and to date contain no silver and are only face value.


Unless it is in Uncirculated condition (in which case it may be worth a couple of dollars), a 1973-D Kennedy half dollar is only worth fifty cents. All circulating half dollars dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel, so they really do not have any premium value.


Please check the denomination of the coin. A 1971 One Dollar coin is an EISENHOWER dollar not a JFK dollar. Kennedy is only on Half Dollars. No matter what coin it actually is, both are just face value.


The US has never made a one dollar coin with JFK on it. If it is a dollar coin with the date of 1971 the portrait is of Eisenhower. Post new question.


Kennedy has never been on a dollar coin, only halves. A 1971 dollar coin has Eisenhower on it and is only worth a dollar.


There's no such coin. JFK is on the half dollar. In 1971, President Eisenhower was on the dollar. Both coins are only worth face value if they're in circulated condition. They were only struck in copper-nickel, not silver so they have no added value.


A 1971 Kennedy half dollar is worth anywhere from $45 to $280 dollars. The Kennedy half dollar began circulation in 1964.


Only if your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example, it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in that year. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


If your 1971 Eisenhower is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $3.00 because the 1971 & 1972 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


If your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in that year. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.



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