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2011-08-03 15:11:27

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.

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


The coin is still in circulation today and has face value only


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.


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


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.



Britain has never issued a half dollar coin.


It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $13.00


Eisenhower was on the one dollar coin, not the half, and they're worth one dollar.


The coin is face value only.


The gold plating adds nothing to the value, it's just a half dollar.


With the date of 1979 the coin is a Kennedy half dollar, it's worth 50 cents.


It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $12.00. The coin is very common.


The value of a 1976 Canadian half dollar is determined its scarcity and condition of the coin. In good condition this coin is worth about 19 dollars.


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


Retail value is $5.00 the dollar coin is $6.00


The coin is face value, spend it.


value depends on condition of coin


Please look at the coin again, it's a half dollar not a dollar and value is likely about $5.00 just for the silver.


A US half dollar with a date of 1979 is a Kennedy half dollar not a liberty half dollar. The coin has no silver and is only face value.


The coin is a Franklin half dollar (1948-1963) and is common. If the coin shows any wear, value is about $10.00 just for the silver.


The coin is still in circulation today, has no silver and is face value only


Look at the back of the coin for "HALF DOLLAR" no US dollar coins were struck after 1935.


If the coin has any wear the value is for the silver, about $12.00


The coin is still in circulation and is face value.



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