1969-D Kennedy Half Dollar Value


1969-D Kennedy Half Dollar value is current melt for circulated examples, and uncirculated examples can bring $5 raw.

1969-D Kennedy halves can be worth $20 in MS65 and $200 in MS66, if graded by PCGS or NGC.

1965 – 1970 Kennedy Half Dollars are made of 40% silver and no proofs were struck from 1965 through 1967. The Denver Mint issued business strike coins and the San Francisco Mint issued proof versions. 1968-1970 have either a D mint mark or are in a proof set with an S mint mark.

1969-D 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 – GR = 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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