Rare US Silver Half Dollars

| August 16, 2017 | 1 Comment

Most people think that the silver in U.S. coins ended in 1964, but this isn't true. The Half Dollar Coin had silver in it until 1970. Many people spend the Half Dollars from 1965 to 1970, or sells them in rolls of halves they take to the bank, not realizing they are 40% silver.

Silver Half Dollars Available on eBay

FULL DATES Roll of 20 10 Face 90 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars
FULL DATES Roll of 20 10 Face 90 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars $143.49
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10 KENNEDY HALF DOLLAR ROLLS 100 FACE VALUE POSSIBLE SILVER OR ERROR
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Full Dates Roll of 20 10 Face 90 Silver Franklin Half Dollars
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40 Silver Kennedy Half Dollars 20 coins 10 Face Value1965 1969
40 Silver Kennedy Half Dollars 20 coins 10 Face Value1965 1969 $53.50
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1964 Kennedy 90 Silver Half Dollar Free Shipping
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Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar 1943 P Gem BU UNCIRCULATED FREE SHIPPING
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If the Half Dollar is dated 1964 or earlier, it is 90% silver. Halves dated from 1965 to 1970 are 40% silver. You might also find silver Proof Half Dollars, which are 90% silver and dated to current. Silver Proof Halves have very shiny, mirror-like surfaces and there is no copper color when you view the edge.

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Coin certification and grading bodies such as PCGS, NGC, ANACS and SEGS will certify the authenticity of coins for sale. By using one of these bodies to certify the coins you intend on purchasing, you can be sure you are buying US coins that are genuine.

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  1. Gold Coin Collector says:

    Found some really good coin deals on this page. Wish I had checked here sooner.

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