90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves, popularly known as the 'walker' or '$1 Face Value Walker dollars' are beautiful historic coins with precious metal value. They were minted from 1917 through 1947 in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.
$1 Face Value Kennedy Half Dollar silver coin was designed in memorial of U.S President John F. Kennedy, who had been assassinated in 1963. The coin was approved by Congress month after the President's death and minted since 1964 till date. The Kennedy half dollar replaced the Franklin Half dollar and even though there's a good supply of the coin, the circulation is extremely limited.
The $1 Face Value set of two Silver Franklin half dollars is an amazing representation of one of America's brightest inventors - Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States. The production of Franklin half dollar silver coins was halted once the Kennedy half dollars were introduced. This made the $1 face value set of Franklin Half dollars more desirable than before. The average circulation of Franklin half dollars can be dated back from 1948 to 1963. The design was created by John R. Sinnock.
Silver Dollars in heavily circulated condition are a great addition to any metals portfolio. With premiums so close to spot there is no doubt why they are a favorite among anyone wanting to stockpile silver.
The $1 Face value Mercury dime was struck from 1916 to 1945 is a ten cent silver coin which was designed by Adolph Weinman. The coin is also referred to as the Winged Liberty head dime and is often confused with the Roman god Mercury because of the image of a young Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap.
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