According to CoinStudy.com, a 1946 Walking Liberty half-dollar coin is worth between $9.53 to $43 as of 2014, depending on the quality and the mint mark on the coin. The most valuable mint mark is Denver, followed by San Francisco and Philadelphia.
The 90 percent silver Walking Liberty half-dollar coin contains .36 troy ounces of silver, setting the lowest value for the coin at the current market value of silver, which fluctuates daily. Many collectors grade coin condition on a scale of good, fine, extremely fine and uncirculated. The $43 value belongs to a Denver coin in uncirculated condition, while the same coin in extremely fine condition may be worth $16.12.Learn More
The worth of a Walking Liberty half dollar can range anywhere from $9 to $17,000, according to About.com Coins. Coin value depends on the grade of the coin and a variety of other factors.Full Answer >
The value of a Seated Liberty Dollar coin varies from $180 to $2,324 as of 2014, depending on the year, condition and motto variety of the coin. Generally coins from earlier years carry a higher value than those from later years.Full Answer >
A half-dollar coin weighs 11.340 grams, according to the United States Mint. If the coin becomes underweight due to natural wear or through mutilation, the U.S. Philadelphia Mint Center or the Federal Reserve Bank recollects the coin for melting.Full Answer >
There are many Eisenhower dollars that were minted, but the most valuable is a 1972 Type 2 Eisenhower, which commonly sells for between $50 and $90. This is an especially rare minting which, in uncirculated condition, is quite valuable.Full Answer >