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There were four different versions minted. A non-proof Basketball, a proof basketball, a proof Baseball, and a non-proof baseball. None of them are considered rare.

Here is a table with the values:

1995 S Centennial Olympics Basketball Half Dollar(Non-Proof):

MS60: $6

MS62: $7 MS65: $13 MS67: $16 MS70:$100

1995 S Centennial Olympics Basketball Half Dollar(Proof)

PR60: $6

PR62: $7

PR65: $13

PR67: $16

PR70: $275

1995 S Centennial Olympics Baseball Half Dollar(Non-Proof)

MS60: $6

MS62: $7

MS65: $14

MS67: $18

MS70: $156

1995 S Centennial Olympics (Baseball) Half Dollar(Proof)

PR60: $6

PR62: $7

PR65: $14

PR67: $18

PR70: $450

To see if you have the proof or non-proof version simply hold the coin to your face.

If you can see your reflection you have a proof. If you can't then you don't have a proof.

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$10 - $25 depending upon the condition of the coin.

5 bucks

Citius, Altius, Fortius is Latin for "Faster, Higher, Stronger" and is the Olympic motto. This a 15th Olympiad clad half dollar, not silver. Current retail values is $5.00 for both Proof and Uncirculated coins.

it could be woth upto 20,000 pounds

50¢. It's an ordinary circulation coin.

4 types of United States Mint Proof Sets were made in 1992. The clad 1992-S Proof set has a current retail value of $8. The Prestige set that has the Olympic half & dollar in it is $40.00. The regular silver set is $29.00. The silver Premier set is $31.

If that sentence fragment is supposed to be asking about the coin's value, it's worth 50 cents.

value of 5 in the diameterof a half dollar

Half a dollar. Idiot.

the value is usally a dollar

It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $13.00

It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $13.00