Seated Half Dollar Value By Date:
Note: The Seated Half Dollar values listed in this chart is based on an average of what they’ve sold for and not what your coin might sell for. It’s just a guide, all price guides are just that, and none reflect the actual value of a particular coin date, mint and grade.
Furthermore, the value for the grades AU55 to MS65 are for coins certified and graded by PCGS and NGC. A raw coin will often sell for less.
Seated Half Dollar Value Facts:
Date – Mint Rarity:
Mintage is just the original amount reported by the US Mint of how many they were supposed to mint. It’s not an indication of how many have survived today since many have been lost, buried, and melted.
On average the S mint mark (San Francisco Mint) coins are most rare and valuable but there’s other dates and mints worth a premium.
Grade – Condition:
The grade of a coin is it’s condition and the better the grade the more the coin is worth, and some Seated Half Dollars are worth much more because they’re rare in uncirculated grades.
Designer: Christian Gobrecht
Diameter: 38.1 millimeters
Metal Content: Silver – 90%, Copper – 10%
Weight: 26.73 grams
Mint mark: None (for Philadelphia) below the eagle on the reverse.
NO MOTTO ON REVERSE (1839-1866)