was featured on the dollar coin not the half dollar.
Susan B Anthony dollars are only worth a dollar.
Susan B Anthony dollars were produced in 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1999.
Susan B. Anthony never appeared on the US half dollar coins, only the dollar coins starting in 1979 to 1981 & 1999. The obverse design of your 1902 half dollar is that of "Miss Liberty" and is one of the Barber series (1892-1915) of half dollars. In average circulated condition the coin has a value of $14.00-$30.00
The Susan B Anthony dollar is the same silvery color as the US quarter, dime and half-dollar. However, the coin contains no silver.
The coin is a DOLLAR not a half dollar, the mintmark is just above her shoulder on the left side on the front of the coin.
Please don't assume that every coin with a woman's picture on it depicts Susan B. Anthony! You're looking at a picture of Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." There's more information at the Related Question.
Please don't assume that every woman on a US coin is Susan B. Anthony! Your coin is either a dime, quarter, or half dollar and depicts Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." There's more information at the Related Questions.
Please look at the back of the coin. It's a dollar, not a 50-cent piece. In any case hundreds of millions of these were struck and they're only worth $1 each.
Susan B. Anthony did not appear on any US coin until 1979 and only 2 1877 LIBERTY HEAD Half Union coins were struck and both are in the Smithsonian and considered priceless
There's no such coin. Susan B. Anthony was on the DOLLAR coin from 1979 to 1981 and in 1999. Please check again and post a new question with more details. Also don't assume that every woman on a U.S. coin is Susan B. Anthony. In fact most older coins have a picture of Miss Liberty.
A form of ribbed decoration. I know that in the minting of coins a reeded edge is used on the dime, quarter, half-dollar, and Susan B. Anthony dollar coin..
Please don't assume that every coin with a woman's face on it is Susan B. Anthony. U.S. coins at that time carried stylized images of MISS LIBERTY. Your coin is called a Barber half dollar after its designer Charles Barber. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1915 US half dollar?" Anthony's picture only appeared on $1 coins struck in 1979-81 and 1999. In 1915, women weren't even allowed to vote, and Ms. Anthony was very unpopular due to her work for universal suffrage. It would have been politically impossible for her to appear on a coin minted at that time.
Susan B. Anthony on the 1979-1981 & 1999 one dollar coin and Ben Franklin on the half dollar 1948-1963.
If it's dated 2000 and golden in color, then that's a Sacagawea dollar, not Susan B. Anthony. SBA dollars are similar in appearance as dimes, quarters, and half dollars.
Look at the reverse of the coin, it's a dollar. The coin is still in circulation today and is just worth a dollar.
All Susan B. Anthony dollars, including the 1999 reissue, were "clad" coins composed of a copper center layered with a copper/nickel alloy. This, by the way, is the same composition used for dimes, quarters, and half-dollars made for circulation since 1971; unlike those coins, which were also issued in a 91% silver alloy for collectors, the Susan B. Anthony dollar was never a true silver dollar.
The Susan B Anthony dollar was made from 1979 to 1981 and again in 1999. But the coin isn't really silver - it's made of copper-nickel like other circulation-strike dimes, quarters, and half dollars produced since the 1960s.
The Susan B. Anthony dollar was struck in copper-nickel using the same alloy and same process as the modern US quarter, dime and half-dollar, so the color is the same as the modern quarter, dime or half-dollar. It is a silvery color (though the coin contained no silver!).
Susan B. Anthony on the 1979-1981 & 1999 one dollar coin and Ben Franklin on the half dollar 1948-1963
Four. 1 Susan B. Anthony dollar 1 JFK half- dollar 1 wheat dime 1 buffalo nickel
Double check either the date or the figure on the coin. Anthony was on the small dollar coin from 1979-81 and again in 1999. If the coin was minted in 1905, then it's a dime, quarter, or half dollar, and the design is known as Barber (named for the engraver). In that case, the value depends on the denomination.
Please don't assume that every coin with a woman's face on it is Susan B. Anthony! U.S. coins at that time carried stylized images of MISS LIBERTY. Your coin is called a Barber half dollar after its designer Charles Barber. There's more information at the Related Question. Anthony's picture only appeared on $1 coins struck in 1979-81 and 1999. Anthony was alive (and very unpopular) in 1902 so she legally and politically would never have appeared on a coin from that time.
Before Kennedy, Benjamin Franklin was on the half. Also, Sacagewea and Susan B. Anthony are currently on dollar coins.
value of 5 in the diameterof a half dollar
Susan, not "suies" Dollar, not half dollar (you did look at the coin's denomination, didn't you?) Anyway, circulated 1981 coins of any denomination are worth only face value. Go ahead and spend it.
The only U.S. one dollar coin dated 1981 is a Susan B. Anthony dollar. They are not referred to as Liberty Dollars. None were released into circulation or made from gold. It's been gold plated. Look at the coin again and post new question.