Based on its 2014 price guide, a Walking Liberty half-dollar coin is worth between $9.53 to over $2,000, depending on its year, condition and mint mark. The most valuable coins are from 1919 and 1921.
In general, coins minted at the Denver Mint are worth the most, followed by San Francisco and Philadelphia. Many coin collectors grade a coin's condition on a scale of good, fine, extremely fine and uncirculated. In 1917, Denver and San Francisco printed the mint mark on the obverse side, rather than the typical reverse side, increasing the value of those coins. The lowest value for these coins is based on the melt value of their silver content.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 >
The mint mark and condition determines whether or not the 1997 John F. Kennedy half dollar is rare or not. If the coin is mint marked "S," is in uncirculated condition and is the silver proof version, the coin is considered rare.Full Answer >
Based on the 2014 price guide from CoinStudy, the 1957 Franklin half dollar is less rare than most Franklin half dollars. A 1957 Franklin half dollar in mint condition with no scuff marks or nicks is considerably rarer than coins with some markings and discoloring.Full Answer >