What year half dollars are worth money?

What year half dollars are worth money?

Typical coins minted from 1879 to 1890 have similar value, and you can find a piece in uncirculated condition for $675 to $850. If you are a collector on a budget, you can find a coin produced in 1891 for only $50 to $225, depending on its condition. A real rarity is the 1878 S Liberty seated half dollar.

How much is a 2001 P silver dollar worth?

Both the 2001 P Sacagawea dollar and 2001 D Sacagawea dollar are each worth around $4 in uncirculated condition with an MS 65 grade.

What is the rarest half dollar coin?

1917 Walking Liberty half dollar – $2,752. This is the rarest version of the 1917 walking Liberty coin with the “S” on the obverse.

  • 1921 Walking Liberty half dollar – $942.
  • 1904 Barber silver half dollar – $771.
  • 1824 Capped bust half dollar – $735.
  • How much is a Kennedy half dollar P worth?

    Kennedy Half Dollar Proof Values The non-Cameo coins are the most common except for the top grades and are worth from $10 for Proof 60 to $42 in Proof 67, $70 in Proof 68, $135 in Proof 69, and an amazing $3,750 for a rare Proof 70, with only 220 graded by PCGS in the top grade.

    What is a 1971 D half dollar worth?

    What This Coin Looks Like (Obverse, Reverse, Mint Mark Location, Special Features, etc. ):

    Good (G-4) Very Good (VG-8) Uncirculated (MS-63)
    Good (G-4) Very Good (VG-8) Uncirculated (MS-63)

    Who is on the 2001 dollar coin?

    Sacagawea dollar

    Years of minting 2000–2001; 2009-2011 (circulation) 2002–2008; 2012-present (collectors only)
    Mint marks P (Philadelphia) D (Denver) S (San Francisco) W (West Point, special strikings only)
    Design Profile of Sacagawea with her child, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau
    Designer Glenna Goodacre

    What year Kennedy half dollars are most valuable?

    A 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar sold for a world record $108,000, making it the most expensive coin of its type, during a public auction of rare U.S. coins held Thursday, April 25, 2019, by Heritage Auctions.

    Why are half dollars so rare?

    Since 2002, half dollars have been minted only for collectors, due to large Federal Reserve and government inventories on hand of pre-2001 pieces; this is mostly due to lack of demand and large quantity returns from casino slot machines that now operate “coinless”.

    What makes a 1971 half dollar rare?

    Rare 1971-D Kennedy Half Dollar Planchet Error This is a major mint error as all 1971 Kennedy Half Dollars were to be made with 75% copper and 25% nickel planchets. This error most likely happened when some older 40% silver planchets got stuck in the bins used to move raw planchets to the striking machines.