I was searching for this answer too. I found CoinFlation.com which lists the melt value of various coins (90% silver halves were at $4.65 on 9/4/08). That's the base price and then you need to factor in the quality and collector value. If you (like I) were just looking for the base value (melt value) then I would check out CoinFlation.com then click on the Silver Coin Values link. Posted by Brock
A site such as CoinFlation will only list metal values as noted. You need to look at a collector's site such as PCGS.com or Numismedia.com to get an idea of collector values. For Walking Liberty halves in VF-20 condition (somewhat worn, but all details visible) those prices can range anywhere from near the coin's metal value to nearly $1,000 depending on date and mint mark, so you can see there's no real "average" out there.
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