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The US Mint never made a Kennedy dollar, and all circulating half-dollar and dollar coins minted in 1973 were made of copper-nickel, not silver. Some Eisenhower dollars were struck in 40% silver for sale to collectors.

Prices as of 06/2010 for mint issues are

> If your coin is a Kennedy HALF dollar: maybe $1.00 to $1.50.

> If it's a circulation-strike Eisenhower dollar, it might retail for around $2.50 depending on its quality.

> If it's a 40%-silver Ike dollar in its mint package, about $5.50 to $6.00

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No Kennedy half dollar dated 1973 was struck in silver, all are copper-nickel coins. Unless it's a proof coin the value is 50 cents.


No Kennedy half dollar dated 1973 was struck in silver, all are copper-nickel coins. Unless it's a proof coin, the value is 50 cents.


The 1973 Eisenhower dollar was not released for circulation, a uncirculated coin has an average retail value of $10.00


A 1973 Eisenhower Dollar in MS63 condition is worth: $11.00.


If you got it in change, spend it. It's just a half dollar.


8-3-11>>> The 1973 Kennedy half dollar is very common, still in circulation, contains no silver and is face value, unless it's a "S" mintmark Proof coin or a very high grade Mint State coin.


All Kennedy half dollars dated from 1971 to date, struck for general circulation contain no silver and face value only.


Kennedy is on the US half dollar (50 cent) coin and Lincoln is on the penny (1 cent) coin.


Kennedy half dollars from banks or in change are just 50 cents.


Unless it is a proof coin or a very high-grade uncirculated coin, it's face value.


There were no 1 Dollar silver coins in 1973 from Cook Islands. It was only in copper-nickel. There were 2 Dollar or 2-1/2 Dollar or 7-1/2 Dollar 1973 coins all with 0.925 silver.


With only about 150 million made it's still worth 50 cents


If the coin is a 40% silver proof value is about $13.00. A clad proof is about $6.50


These coins do not contain silver and are worth only face value unless they are uncirculated or have the mint mark S.


This is a on-line value guide NumisMedia.com or buy a copy of Red Book


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.


This date is still found in circulation, contains no silver and is only face value.


There were no Australian One Dollar notes printed in 1973.


August 2, 2009 The 1973-D Kennedy half dollar in uncirculated grades is worth from $6 to $200 depending upon the actual condition of the coin.


Maybe you mean Kennedy? Unless it is a proof coin or very high grade uncirculated, it's worth fifty cents.


Please look at the coin again and post new question. The U.S. Mint did not produce a 1973 U.S. Constitution Silver dollar.


Unless it is a proof coin or a very high-grade uncirculated coin, it is worth face value. Remember that all circulating half-dollars dated 1971 and later don't contain any silver - they're made completely from copper-nickel so they have no special value for their metal content.


A uncirculated 1973 Kennedy half dollar graded MS-60 is valued at $1.15 in MS-63 $1.44 in MS-65 $20.80


There's no such thing as a "Hawaiian Dollar". Hawaii is part of the U.S.


All circulation half dollars dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel, not silver, and are only worth 50 cents assuming you found them in change.



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