Here's how to determine the grade (condition) of your circulated U.S. half dollars. There are 4 types of half dollar coins covered here: Barber half dollars, Franklin half dollars, Kennedy half dollars, and Walking Liberty half dollars (also known as American eagle silver half dollars). Learn how to obtain exact grades for your circulated half dollar coins.
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What Are Old Coins Worth? See the value of old pennies, Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters, Franklin half dollars, Kennedy half dollars, silver dollars, and pre-1934 gold coins! (Those are the most commonly found old coins.)
A twentieth century type coin set is a collection of coins which includes one of each design from each denomination the United States produced between 1900 and 1999. It's a fun -- and relatively simple -- way to collect U.S. coins.
While there is no single answer that defines the 'best' coins worth collecting (because everyone has a different opinion as to the best coins worth holding onto), here are some ideas and opinions from others who collect coins. See which coins they've chosen to collect and why. Hint: They're NOT all rare U.S. coins!
Alloys have been used to make U.S. coins for centuries. Why aren’t coins made of pure metal? When did alloys become the norm for U.S. coins? What’s the difference between alloy vs. clad? And how much are coins made from alloys worth? Find out here!
Wondering where to sell gold coins? We can help! Start here to see the current price of gold and determine how much your gold coins are worth.
See which coins have been made at the San Francisco Mint since 1854, the rarest and most valuable coins from there, and what San Francisco Mint tours are like.