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U.S. Half Dollars

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    U.S. 1892 Columbus Silver Half Dollar

    1892 Columbus Silver Half Dollar Extra Fine

    Congress authorized this historic coin for the 400th anniversary of Columbus' epic history-changing voyage. It was struck to help fund the Columbian Exposition in Chicago. This first U.S. commemorative coin was minted for two years. More than 50% more...

    Was: $45.00
    Now: $35.00
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  • 1920 Maine Centennial Silver Half Dollar Extra Fine

    Produced to commemorate the centennial of Maine's admission to the Union, this silver half dollar faced a number of hurdles. Although Anthony de Francisci modeled the coin's design from artist Henry Cochrane's work, it was never popular. Only half the...

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  • 1920 Pilgrim Tercentenary Silver Half Dollar Extra Fine

    This early U.S. commemorative was struck for the 300th anniversary of the Pilgrim landing at Plymouth Rock. Shown is Governor Bradford holding the Holy Book and the Mayflower in full sail. Just over 150,000 of these silver half dollars were issued in...

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  • 1937 Antietam Silver Half Dollar MS-63

    We rarely offer this low-mintage coin because it is so tough to find. Released for the 75th anniversary of Antietam, this coin had a total mintage of merely 18,028 and is the rarest Civil War commemorative. It displays Generals Robert E. Lee and George B...

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    1946 Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar Very Fine

    This 1946 principal mint issue's output of just 12 million was the lowest Philadelphia production since 1940. The beloved series had been eligible for retirement in 1942 after 25 years service, but the 90% silver patriotic coin was continued through...

    Was: $39.00
    Now: $19.00
  • 1948-D Franklin Silver Half Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated

    U.S. half dollar mintages have generally been the lowest of America’s circulation coinage. For example, only one of this first-date 1948 Franklin silver half dollar was struck for every ten Washington quarters and every 23 Roosevelt dimes. The...

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