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What is the value of a 1964 D silver half dollar?

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2011-10-18 00:44:47
2011-10-18 00:44:47

1964 is the most common year for silver half dollars. Even in uncirculated condition (unless it is an absolutely flawless gem), its value is based only on the silver it contains -- about $5 to $6 as of 06/2009

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A 1964 Canadian half-dollar has a value of approximately $12 Canadian dollars. This value is dependent on the current silver market.

Kennedy is on the HALF dollar, not the silver dollar. 1964 is an extremely common date, currently worth about $11 for the silver.

Value is likely just $12.00 for the silver in it, as of 07.2010

The coin is only 40% silver and has a value of $2.73 only the 1964 Kennedy half dollar was 90% silver.

As of today the value is about $6.00 just for the silver

The 1964 Kennedy half dollar is a 90% silver coin but so many were made only a very high grade uncirculated example is worth more than the silver in the coin. The silver value today is about $10.00.

The 1964 Kennedy half dollar is a 90% silver coin but so many were made only a very high grade uncirculated example is worth more than the silver in the coin. The silver value today is about $6.50

1964 Kennedy halves are the most common silver half dollars made. Circulated coins are only valued for the silver, about $11.00.

Please, turn the coin over and look at the denomination on the back. It's a HALF dollar, not a dollar. The 1964 Kennedy half is a 90% silver coin, but very common. The value would be only for the silver, about $15.00 as of 9-1-11.

The 1964 Kennedy half has .36169oz of pure silver in it.

At present, it's worth around $10.50.

Unless it contains silver (1964-1969), half-dollars are worth face value, 50 cents.

Please take a few seconds to turn the coin over and read the denomination on the back. It's a HALF dollar. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1964 Kennedy half dollar?"

As of today 2-8-11 about $10.00 just for the silver.

The 1964 Kennedy half dollar is a 90% silver coin but so many were made only a very high grade uncirculated example is worth more than the silver in the coin. The silver value today (3-16-11) is about $12.00.

It's not JFK, it's Ben Franklin and the value is about $12.00 just for the silver. NOTE: JFK appeared in 1964 for the first time on the half dollar

Sorry, no circulating US $1 coins were struck in 1964 at any US Mint. The coin is a Half Dollar with a value of about $13.00 for the silver as of 07/2011.

1964 was the only year JFK halves were made of 90% silver alloy. The composition was changed to 40% silver clad in 1965, and to copper-nickel clad in 1971. A 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar contains .3617 ounces of pure silver. Multiply this by the spot price of silver to get the bullion value of the coin. At the time of this writing, silver was $16 an ounce, making a 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar worth about $5.80

As of June 4 2011 the melt value of a 90% silver half dollar is $13.13. See the related link below for a updated price. After clicking the link click on silver melt values at the top right of the page. Then scroll down to the link that says 1964 Kennedy half dollar.

A 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar was actually composed of silver - its value in MS60 condition is: about 0.36 times the current price of silver. From 1965 to 1969, Kennedy Half Dollars were composed of 40% silver clad. All circulating halves with later dates are made of cupronickel and are only worth 50c

The 1964 Kennedy is very common, unless it's a super high grade coin the value is just for the silver, about $10.00

Please turn the coin over and look at the denomination on the back. It's a HALF dollar.

7-1-11>>> Sorry, no US $1 coins were struck in 1964 at any US Mint. The coin is a Half Dollar with a value of about $12.00 just for the silver.


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