$100 Face Value Bag 90% Silver Franklin Half Dollars Full Dates

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This listing is for ONE Bag of circulated $100 Face Value 90% Silver Franklin Half Dollars. Each bag will contain 200 pieces in average circulated condition with full readable dates. No dates or mint marks are guaranteed. Each $100 face value bag will come with our own branded canvas bag. The photos provided may not be the exact bag you receive, however it represents the same product.
$100 Face Value Bag 90% Silver Franklin Half Dollars Full Dates

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This listing is for ONE Bag of circulated $100 Face Value 90% Silver Franklin Half Dollars. Each bag will contain 200 pieces in average circulated condition with full readable dates.  No dates or mint marks are guaranteed.  Each $100 face value bag will come with our own branded canvas bag.  The photos provided may not be the exact bag you receive, however it represents the same product.

The Franklin Half Dollar was a silver half dollar designed by John R. Sinnock, and was minted from 1948-1963. Although the design was met with little enthusiasm, it was approved in 1948, and minting began later that year. The obverse featured the profiled bust of Benjamin Franklin with the date appearing to the right. ‘LIBERTY’ is stamped above Franklin’s profile while ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’ appears below the bust. The reverse of the Franklin half dollar was designed years earlier for the the commemorative 1926 Sesquicentennial half dollar, and in 1948 the design was modified to fit the Franklin half dollar. The modified reverse features the Liberty Bell depicting the infamous crack. Due to earlier legislation that required an eagle to be depicted on all half dollars, a small eagle was placed to the right of the Liberty bell. Almost immediately the reverse met heavy criticism. Many were displeased with the visible crack showing in the Liberty Bell because it visibility displayed its flaw on a coin. The small eagle on the reverse was another reason for complaints, as it depicted the bald eagle in an unmajestic fashion. Through all of the criticism, the Franklin half dollar was minted for fifteen years until the tragic assassination of the 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy in 1963. The following year, the half dollars design was changed to Kennedy’s bust facing left on the obverse, while the reverse featured a larger eagle than the previous Franklin design. Parameters set for the Franklin half dollar were as follows: .900 silver, 100 copper composition, a net weight of .36169 pure silver, total weight of 12.5 grams and featured a 30.6 mm diameter with a reeded edge.

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Denomination Half Dollar
Condition Circulated
Mint / Brand Varies
Metal Type Silver
Aggregate Precious Metal Weight in oz 71.5000
SKU Junk-12

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