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The silver value of the half is anywhere from 16 - 22 times the face value - - $8 t0 $11 dollars.

The numismatic value of the half depends on the grade.

The collectors value of the set in original card is anywhere from $11 to what you can sell it for! This is the truth.

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The U.S. Mint has never made a "Memorial" Kennedy half dollar. Many different society's have counter stamped & gold plated Kennedy half dollars an sold them as "Memorial" coins. The coins are considered altered and have no numismatic value.

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

The Lincoln Memorial design was used from 1959 to 2008. Please see the Related Question for more information.

The Lincoln Memorial reverse was introduced in 1959. If you have a 1958 cent with the Memorial reverse it should be inspected by an expert. Most likely it's a fake, possibly made by splitting a 1958 cent in half and fusing a Memorial reverse on it.

Wheat cents are a variety of Lincoln cents minted from 1909 to 1958, currently worth about two cents. The Lincoln memorial pennies are still face value.

can be sold for at least $1500 if your find a collector

Late '60s to mid '70s Lincoln cents with the Kennedy engraving are a novelty with very little collector value.

There were hundreds of millions of Kennedy half dollars minted that year, many of which were hoarded. The only value is for the silver content. At present, one is worth about $10.

It would depend on the coins' conditions, but the majority of Lincoln Memorial pennies in that date range retail for less than a nickel each in the lowest uncirculated grade (MS-60). The only outstandingly valuable one is an error coin, the so-called "1983 over 83" with a doubled date.

There seems to be some confusion here. Kennedy is on the half dollar, while Lincoln is on the penny. A 1974 Kennedy half is worth 50 cents. A '74 Lincoln cent is worth 2 cents for its copper content.

The value depends on how far off center the coin was struck, take it to a dealer for a better idea of value.

It's worth 2 cents for its copper content.

The exact value of a Kennedy half dollar is actually dependent on a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the exact date and condition of the coin.

It's a novelty coin and it was not done at the mint and has no collectible value at all

Please check your coin again. Wheat cents were made from 1909 to 1958. All cents dated 1959 to 2008 are Lincoln Memorial cents. If it is a 1978 Lincoln Memorial cent, it's only worth face value in circulated condition.

There's no such coin. The first Lincoln Memorial cents were made in 1959. Any Lincoln cent dated 1958 or earlier will simply say ONE CENT on the back. Please check your coin again and post a new question.

Those Lincoln-Kennedy cents were modified by a private company, NOT the U.S. Mint. To find the value, check how much they're selling for on eBay. It's probably not much.

All Lincoln cents from 1959 to 2008 carry the Lincoln Memorial design, not wheat ears. In any case a 1985 US cent is extremely common and has no extra value.

It's a novelty coin made by a private company that has no collectible value, but it's still one cent.

Sorry, It's a novelty coin with no numismatic value.

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