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Franklin Half Dollars (1948-1963)

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1954-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
1954-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
$34.99
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Grade Mintage Population
25,445,580 2,101
1954-S Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 NGC
1954-S Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 NGC
$69.99
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Grade Mintage Population
4,993,400 5,705
1958-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
1958-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
$29.99
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Grade Mintage Population
23,962,412 2,941
1958-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 NGC
1958-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 NGC
$49.99
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Grade Mintage Population
0 23,962,412 1,664
1959 Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
1959 Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
$34.99
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Grade Mintage Population
6,200,000 3,030
1960 Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 PCGS (FBL)
1960 Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 PCGS (FBL)
$49.99
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Grade Mintage Population
MS-64 FBL 6,024,000 4,874
1962-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
1962-D Franklin Half Dollar MS-64 NGC
$29.99
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Grade Mintage Population
35,473,281 2,911
1963 Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 PCGS
1963 Franklin Half Dollar MS-65 PCGS
$34.99
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Grade Mintage Population
0 22,164,000 5,324

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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