It's a common coin, so it's all about condition. In circulated condition, it's worth around $12 for the silver content, and more if it's in better shape.
All Walking Liberty Half dollars from 1940 to 1945 regardless of any mintmark have the same value of $12.00 in average circulated condition.
There is no such coin, but a WALKING LIBERTY half dollar dated 1941 with no mintmark in circulated condition runs from $8.00-$30.00.
If you look on the back of the coin it will say 50 cents not a dollar. The coin is a Walking Liberty Half Dollar, most circulated examples are valued for the silver content only at about $5.00 Uncirculated coins can be $25.00 or more.
Regardless of mint mark, $6 if well-worn, up to $10 or so if almost uncirculated.
A 1941 Walking Liberty Half Dollar is poor condition is worth about nine dollars. The uncirculated value of this coin is around fifty-five dollars. The silver content in the coin is valued at seven dollars and fourteen cents.
depends on the condition and mint mark
Please check your coin again. It's either not 1941 or not Ben Franklin. Half dollars dated 1916 to 1947 carry the Walking Liberty design. Franklin's picture was on the half dollar from 1948 to 1963.
All average circulated Liberty Walking Half Dollars dated from 1940 to 1947 regardless of mint mark have the same retail value of $15.00-$16.00.
8-21-11>>> Your numismatic terminology is a little mixed up. The only standing coin is the Standing Liberty quarter from 1916 to 1930 and Mercury refers to Mercury Head dimes from 1916 to 1945. A US half dollar dated 1941 is a Walking Liberty half, these were made from 1916 to 1947. 1941 is a common date with a average value of $17.00 for most circulated coins.
July 7, 2009 A 1941 P & D Walking Liberty half dollar is worth from about $6 to about $10 in circulated grades depending upon the actual condition of the coin. In uncirculated grades the value ranges from about $30 for MS60 to about $200 for MS65. The 1941-S Walking Liberty half dollar is worth about $6 to about $10 in circulated grades depending upon the actual condition of the coin. In uncirculated grades the value ranges from about $75 for MS60 to about $1275 for MS65.
The Peace design was used on silver dollars minted from late 1921 to 1935. Your coin is called a Walking Liberty half dollar. Please see the Related Question for more information.
Walking Liberty halves dated from 1940 to 1947 regardless of mintmarks are all very common. Most have the same retail values of $14.00 in average condition.
The mintmark is on the reverse of the coin and all Mercury Head dimes have the "W" it's the designers initial, Adolph A. Weinman he also designed the Liberty Walking Half dollar. 1941 is a very common date if it has any wear at all the value is just for the silver, about a dollar.
Please look at the back of the coin. It's a circulation half dollar, not a bullion piece. Regardless of mint mark, its value as of 07/2008 is in the $7-8 range.
If you look on the back of the coin it will say 50 cents not a dollar. The coin is a Walking Liberty Half Dollar, circulated examples are valued for the silver content only at about $5.00 Uncirculated coins can be $25.00 or more.
Please turn the coin over and check its denomination. You'll find it's a HALF dollar.There's more information at the Related Question.Look at the back of the coin, the phrase Half Dollar is under the eagle. No silver one dollar coins were made after 1935. The 1941 Walking Liberty half dollar is common and circulated coins are valued at about $7.00.
8-19-11>>> It's actually a Walking Liberty half dollar, coins of this series dated from 1940 to 1947 are all very common and regardless of mintmarks have the same retail values $17.00 in average condition.
Most 1941 half dollars show a lot of heavy wear with an average value of $8.00-$9.00. Better coins run about $12.00 and uncirculated coins start at $20.00
All Walking Liberty Half dollars from 1940 to 1947 regardless of mintmarks, in average circulated condition are valued the same at $14.00. The values will go up and down along with the price of silver.
If the coin is dated 1941, please turn it over and look at the inscriptions on the back. The words "1 oz fine silver" don't appear anywhere on it, and the denomination is a half dollar, not a dollar. It's an ordinary half minted for circulation rather than a bullion piece. There's more information at the Related Question.
Please look at your pocket change. ALL U.S. coins have the reverse side inverted with respect to the front, so you do NOT have an error coin. See this link for values.
All average circulated (coins that grade below EF-40) Liberty Walking Half Dollars dated from 1940 to 1947 regardless of mint mark have the same retail value of $13.00.
1941 Walking Liberty halves are still fairly common among collectors, so with the exception of an almost-uncirculated 1941-S coin their value is around due to their silver content. The 41-S has slightly more numismatic value in AU condition.
1941 is not a rare date for Walking Liberty Half Dollars. In circulated condition, it contains about $7 worth of silver at 07/2008 prices. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $25
Please check your coin again. Liberty nickels were minted from 1883 to 1912. A 1941 nickel would be a Jefferson nickel. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1941 US nickel?".