Franklin Half Dollar Value By Date:
Franklin Half Dollar Value Facts:
Date – Mint Rarity:
Franklin Half Dollars are common and can be bought for less than $10 but can be worth more in higher grades of uncirculated.
Grade – Condition:
Franklin Half Dollar value in mint state often starts at $10 and increases with each point grade from MS60 through MS68 and coins with FBL (Full Bell Lines) on the Liberty Bell are worth a large premium.
The most valuable Franklin Half Dollar is the 1953-S graded MS66 with Full Bell Lines by PCGS. It sold for $35,075 because it’s rare in this grade condition.
Franklin Half Dollar proofs are worth a nice premium especially proofs dated 1950 through 1953 and if they’re DCAM (Deep Cameo) then they can be worth several hundred to several thousand dollars each.
The 1961 Proof doubled die reverse is the most valuable variety with a starting value of around $500 in mint state.