1965 Kennedy Half Dollar Value


1965 Kennedy Half Dollar value is current melt for circulated examples, and uncirculated examples can bring $5 raw.

1965 Kennedy halves can be worth $45 in MS65 and $200 in MS66, if graded by PCGS or NGC.

1965 – 1970 Kennedy Half Dollars are made of 40% silver, but no proofs from 1965 through 1967, they’re called SMS or Special Mint Set coins. Struck at Philadelphia Mint so no mint mark is present.

1965 Kennedy Half Dollar Value
Uncirculated Example

Kennedy Half Dollar Silver Melt Value

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Circulated Kennedy Half Dollar

Kennedy Half Dollar Photo Grade

D = Mint Mark – FG = Designer Initials
40% Silver (Clad) Planchets (1965-1970)
Designer: Obverse by Gilroy Roberts; reverse by Seth Huntington
Diameter: 31 millimeters
Metal Content: Outer layers – 80% Silver, 20% Copper, Center – 79% Copper, 21% Silver
Weight: 178 grains (11.5 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint mark: No mint mark (Philadelphia), D Denver, and S (San Francisco) 

1964 Kennedy Half Dollar

1964-D Kennedy Half Dollar

1964 Proof Kennedy Half Dollar Accented Hair

1965 Kennedy Half Dollar

1966 Kennedy Half Dollar

1967 Kennedy Half Dollar

1968-D Kennedy Half Dollar

1969-D Kennedy Half Dollar

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