The 1969 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver with a value about $3.25
The coin is 40% silver and has a value of about $2.25 just for the silver.
The coin is 40% silver and has a value of about $2.00 only for the silver.
A US Kennedy half dollar dated 1969 is only 40% silver with a value of about $2.00.
The coin is face value, the last Kennedy half made for circulation from 40% silver was 1969.
1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00
It depends very much on the coin's date. Please check the questions "What is the value of a <date> Kennedy half dollar?". E.g. if your coin is from 1969, look for "What is the value of a 1969 Kennedy half dollar?".
Eisenhower Dollars were first minted in 1971.Perhaps you are thinking of a 1969 half dollar. 1969 was the last year that the Kennedy Half Dollars had silver. 1965-1969 Kennedy Half Dollars contain 40% silver.
You don't give a denomination but the only 1969 coin that is above face value is the Kennedy half dollar, its 40% silver and worth about $2.00 just for the silver.
If you turn the coin over and look at the denomination on the back you'll find that it's a HALF dollar, not a $1 coin.
The 1965-1969 Kennedy's are only 40% silver and the actual silver weight is .14792oz of pure silver.
in 1969 there were no silver dollars ...just nickel dollars...they are only worth face value.
So many 1969 Kennedy half dollars were made and saved the value of most coins is just for the silver (only 40%), about $6.00
Very common about $5.00
1965-1970 Kennedy half dollars are 40% silver with a value of about $2.00 for the silver.
You’re 64 should be silver so it’s more than face value
About $2.00 for the silver in it (40%)
Yes, it is 40% silver. It has a silver value of around 4 dollars.
Yes, even though these are only 40% silver they are still worth more than their face value. The current value is about $2.82. This value will change as the price of silver changes.
The 1967 Kennedy half dollar is a 40% silver coin (1965-1969) 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 $4.00
Kennedy half dollars from 1965 to 1969 are 40% silver with a value of $1.25
All Kennedy half dollars from 1965-1969 are 40% silver, circulated coin have values of about $2.00.
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 last circulating silver half dollars were minted in 1969. Your coin is made of cupronickel like all current dimes and quarters, and is worth only face value.
The 1967 Kennedy half dollar is a 40% silver coin (1965-1969) 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 $2.70