It's not Kennedy he is only on Half Dollars it's Roosevelt and the value is for the silver about $1.00
No 1963 Kennedy half dollars exist. 1963 is the last year of the Franklin half dollar. 1964 is the first year for Kennedy.
1964 proof Kennedy half dollars are not hard to find. Average retail value is $10.25 for most examples.
1964 Kennedy halves are the most common silver half dollars made. Circulated coins are only valued for the silver, about $11.00.
Unless it contains silver (1964-1969), half-dollars are worth face value, 50 cents.
All U.S. halves from 1964 to date are KENNEDY half dollars.
So many 1964 Kennedy half dollars were made and saved the value is just for the silver, about $5.00
Kennedy half dollars dated 1964 are worth about $11 for their silver content. Kennedy half dollars dated 1965-1970 are worth about $4 for their silver content because they are 40% silver. Kennedy half dollars dated 1971 and later are only really worth face value unless in a mint set.
1964, the year after Kennedy died.
1964 is an extremely common date for Kennedy half dollars, but the coin is also 90% silver. As of 15 June 2013, one is worth about $8.
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.
7-24-11>> If it shows any wear at all the value is about $15.00 just for the silver. All 1964 Kennedy half dollars are considered common.
The 1964 Kennedy half has .36169oz of pure silver in it.
All US half dollars from 1964 to date have Kennedy on them, your 1995 half dollar is face value.
1971 Kennedy half dollars are face value only and are still in circulation.
There's no such coin. Roosevelt is on the dime. Half dollars dated 1964 and later are Kennedy halves because they carry a picture of .... President Kennedy.
All silver half dollars, including the 1964 Kennedy, weigh 12.5 grams.
It is worth about 10-15 dollars.
1964 Kennedy halves are the most common 90% silver half dollars. Most are valued just for the silver, about $12.00.
Kennedy half dollars from 1965 to 1969 are 40% silver with a value of $1.25
For circulated half-dollars, ones dated 1964 are 90% silver and worth about $15.50 in silver value. Half-dollars dated 1965-1970 are 40% silver and worth about $6 in silver value. Circulated examples of 1971 and later half dollars are only worth 50 cents. Coins in mint sets that are uncirculated or proof may bring a premium to collectors but in general there is low collector demand for Kennedy half dollars outside of their bullion value.
Without a date and mintmark it is impossible to tell. The current silver melt value for 1964 90% silver half dollars is $12.34. The melt value for half dollars made between 1965-70 is $5.04. These are 40% silver. See the related links below for more information.
That's the most common date of all Kennedy half dollars, though it's also 90% silver, currently worth about $10.
No U.S. half dollars were struck in 1924. Kennedy halves started in 1964. JFK was born in 1917 so he would have only been 7 years old in 1924!
All Kennedy half dollars struck for general circulation from 1971 to date are made of 75% copper & 25% nickel not silver and are only face value. 1964 are 90% silver and 1965-1970 40% silver.