Franklin Half Dollars (1948-1963)

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These $500 face value bags of Franklin Half Dollars are a great way to own larger amounts of Silver with just one purchase. Though still legal tender, the ....
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All 20 coins in this $10 face value roll date between 1955 and 1963 and are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. This roll contains more than 7 oz of Silve....
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This short lived series is highly collectible as there are no major rarities with high grade examples readily available at most grade levels below MS-65. C....
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This first year of issue Franklin Half features blazing luster and overall great eye appeal! Coins will grade MS-60 to MS-63.
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This slightly better date Brilliant Uncirculated Franklin features blazing luster and overall great eye appeal! Coins will grade MS-60 - MS-63.
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First year of mintage for the Proof Franklin Half Dollar! This Proof would make an excellent addition to your set!
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This 90% Silver 1951 Philadelphia Franklin Half Dollar is in Proof condition.
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Nice average circulated coin to add to your collection.
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In 1956, the Mint used two different reverses to strike Proof Half Dollars. The main difference is visible in the small eagle on the reverse and relates to


Franklin Half Dollars

Designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock brought about a couple of important changes to America’s coinage. They marked the change of U.S. coin designs from allegorical figures to portraits of Americans of historical significance. Franklin Halves also marked the end of what is considered to have been the 'golden age of American coinage art'. Franklins are another series that is widely collected, as there are no rarities in the entire series.

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