What is the value of a Kennedy half dollar?


The Kennedy half dollar is still in circulation, and still being minted by the US Treasury. They began minting in 1964, the year after the Kennedy assassination. In mid-December 2012, a 1964 coin was worth approximately $11.65, based on current silver prices.
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