There is no such thing as a 1968 Franklin halfdollar. But there is a John F. Kennedy half dollar from 1968.
John F. Kennedy
Face value only, regardless of whether it's from the US or Canada.
The current value in June 2012 is 8 dollars.
So many 1968 Kennedy half dollars were made and saved the value is just for the silver, about $6.00
It is made of 40% silver and has a melt value of about $2.50 as of 08/2008
It will have no added value, unless it is a GEM uncirculated coin, which is worth about 25 cents.
Issue price was $5.00. Current retail value is $10.00.
Current retail value is $8.00 issue price was $5.00
The US didn't print any $100 bills dated 1968. Please check again and post a new question.
value of a 1968 ken doll
John F. Kennedy is the president on the half-dollar.
The US didn't print any bills in 1968. Please check again and post a new question to help ID your bill.
The US didn't make any 1968 commemorative halves, only standard-issue Kennedy halves.
Please check the date again. There were no 1968 US bills and the last red-seal $5 bills were dated 1963.
No US silver dollars were made after 1935, look at the back of the coin for 'Half Dollar'.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The US didn't print any bills dated 1968.
The U.S. did not print any $10 bills with that date.
Average retail price is $10.00 issue price was $5.00
i have a 1968 singer and would like to know the value.
1968 is a fairly common date for the 100 lire coin from Italy - it is worth less than a US dollar in circulated condition, and perhaps US$1 to US$2 in Uncirculated condition.
Please check again and post a new question. No US bills of any denomination were dated 1968, and the last $100 silver certificates were printed in 1891.
The only 1968 Jefferson nickels minted that year were minted in Denver and San Francisco. Therefore, the coin should be bearing a "D" or "S" mark, too. * a 1968-D coin in very fine condition (VF20) is: 10 cents; in MS65 condition, its value is: $5. * a 1968-S coin in VF20 is worth: 10 cents; in MS65, its value is: $12.
The 1945 Liberty half dollar values depends again on condition of the coin. The mint mark and the type of coin is a huge factor in determining the value of this coin. However, I have seen many of these coins sell for under $5.00 dollars this year. And one of these coins sold for nearly $2,500.00 in 'Proof' condition at auction last year.