If this question is about the coin's value, it's worth about $4.50 for its silver content.
How much is a 1968 kennedy silver half dollar worth
The 1968 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver and has a value of about $4.00.
As of May 2017, it's worth just under $3.
In 1968 the Kennedy half dollars were still struck in 40% silver so it has the silver value only, about $2.50. The gold plating was NOT done at the Mint and adds nothing to the value.
The coin is only 40% silver and has a value of $2.73 only the 1964 Kennedy half dollar was 90% silver.
One dollar in 1968 was worth the same as $6.58 cents today. The dollar is no longer worth as much because of inflation.
There is no such thing as a 1968 Franklin halfdollar. But there is a John F. Kennedy half dollar from 1968.
No such thing. If you mean a 1968 Washington QUARTER, it's still worth 25 cents. If you mean a '68 KENNEDY half dollar, it's worth around $4 because of its silver content.
Starting in 1968, Canadian dollar coins were made of nickel instead of silver. A 1968 proof dollar is worth about $3.
It's still worth one dollar in Canada.
Turn the coin over and check the denomination on the back. It's a 50 cent piece, not a dollar. The U.S. did not make any dollar coins in 1968.
The 1968 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver.
The 1968 Kennedy halves are only 40% silver. It's a very common coin, most are only valued for the silver,about $4.00.
1965-1970 Kennedy halves are only 40% silver. Most are valued for just the silver, about $4.50.
It's currently worth around $4.
The US didn't make any 1968 commemorative halves, only standard-issue Kennedy halves.
The coin is a 40% silver Kennedy half dollar most are valued only for the silver, about $6.00
Kennedy half dollars from 1965 to 1969 are 40% silver with a value of $1.25
Kennedy half dollars minted between 1965 and 1970 contain 40% silver and are worth a little less than $5 each.
So many were made that most coins are only valued for the silver at about $2.70
They're worth about $2.50 a piece for the silver.
in bad shape, worth its face value, proof and uncirulated 1 dollar at best
The US did not mint a dollar coin in 1968, therefore you don't have a 1968-D silver dollar.