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The last silver half dollar was minted in 1969.

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The last 90% silver half dollars were minted in 1964, but they continued to be minted in 40% silver until 1970.


The last circulating silver U.S. coin was the 1969 half dollar.


Not counting commemoratives and other coins minted for sale to collectors, the last half dollar minted in solid 90% silver was the 1964 Kennedy Half. 1965 through 1970 Kennedy halves have a copper core and 80% silver outer layers for a net silver weight of 40%.


No such coin exists. Silver dollars were last minted for circulation in 1935, and the last silver dollar sized coin was the Eisenhower dollar of 1971-1978, there was no dollar coin minted in 1967.


President Kennedy, on the half dollar. From 1965 to 1969 the half dollars were struck in 40% silver and are the last circulating US coins to have any silver in them.


The US Mint still produces silver coins for collectors. The last year silver coins were produced for circulation was 1964 except for the Kennedy half dollar. These half dollars, minted from 1965 through 1970 contained 40% silver instead of the 90% contained in silver dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollar coins minted prior to 1965.


The US Mint still produces silver coins for collectors. The last year silver coins were produced for circulation was 1964 except for the Kennedy half dollar. These half dollars, minted from 1965 through 1970 contained 40% silver instead of the 90% contained in silver dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollar coins minted prior to 1965.


All circulation half-dollar dated 1971 and later were struck in copper-nickel. The last half dollars containing silver were minted in 1970 and silver proof sets weren't minted again until 1992. Please see the Related Question for more.


Eisenhower Dollars were first minted in 1971.Perhaps you are thinking of a 1969 half dollar. 1969 was the last year that the Kennedy Half Dollars had silver. 1965-1969 Kennedy Half Dollars contain 40% silver.


No such coin (that is intended for circulation) exists. The last silver dollar coin was minted in 1935. The only other coin since then to use the silver dollar size was the Eisenhower dollar first minted in 1971.


The last Franklin Half Dollar was minted in 1963.


There were no 1945 silver dollars minted. Silver dollars were last minted in 1935 (end of the Peace Dollar) and the same sized coins would later be resurrected with no precious metal content in 1971 as the Eisenhower Dollar.


Half dollars minted before 1965 are 90% silver, and those from 1965-70 are 40% silver. Then with silver dollars, the last year for ones with actual silver in them was 1935 (there were no dollar coins from 1936 to 1970).


The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921. The last dollars made of silver were minted in 1935.Please check again and post a new question.


No, silver dollars last minted for circulation were in 1935. No dollar coin would be minted until the Eisenhower Dollar (minted from 1971-1978) but circulation issues have no silver in them. The dollar coin was dramatically reduced in size from 1979 onwards with the advent of the Susan B Anthony dollar and later the Sacajawea dollar and the presidential dollar series.


No. The last circulating silver dollar was minted in 1935. Then in the 1970s, large dollar coins were minted again, but they were nickel-coated copper. The silver versions were only minted for collectors. Since 1986, the U.S. has minted the Silver Eagle, which is a one troy ounce silver bullion round with a face value of one dollar, but it's worth much more than one dollar and isn't meant for circulation.


The last circulating silver half dollars were minted in 1969. Your coin is made of cupronickel like all current dimes and quarters, and is worth only face value.


The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921.


The last 90% U.S. silver dollars were minted in 1935. No dollar coins were minted again until 1971 and all of those are either copper-nickel or brass. If you turn the coin over and it has the words HALF DOLLAR on the back, that's a good indication it's not a silver dollar but rather a silver 50¢ coin. If so, please see the Related Question for more information.


There is no president on the only silver dollars intended for circulation. All the dollar coins containing silver for general circulation had an image of Liberty and were last minted in 1935. However, the Eisenhower dollar coin minted from 1971-1978 are the same size as the earlier silver dollar coins, but they ones intended for circulation contain absolutely no silver and should not be called silver dollars. These dollar coins minted from 1971-1978 contain a portrait of Dwight Eisenhower on them.


The last US silver dollars were minted in 1935. If you turn your coin over and read the denomination on the back you'll find it's a HALF dollar. Please see the Related Question for more information.


The last US silver dollars were minted in 1935. If you turn your coin over and read the denomination on the back you'll find it's a HALF dollar. Please see the Related Question for more information.


No it's not, the last actual silver dollar was the Peace dollar, last minted in 1935. (Colloquially, both the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin and the Eisenhower dollars that preceded it were sometimes called "silver dollars", even though they did not really contain silver.)


There is no such thing as a 1969 silver dollar. The last true silver dollars were the Peace Dollars minted last in 1935, and then the Eisenhower Dollar was struck in copper-nickel using the same dimensions as the previous silver dollars but wasn't struck till 1971.


No US dollar coins were struck in 1949. 1935 was the last year for a US silver dollar. Silver halves were minted in 1949 along with quarters and dimes.



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