United States of America, 1986 Kennedy Half Dollar Proof

The Kennedy half dollar is one of the most popular modern American coins, it is also the largest coin in general circulation. It was first struck in 1964 to commemorate the assignation of President Kennedy in 1963. They are still struck today but they are no longer really in everyday usage, they are struck for collectors. Here we offer the 1986 issue in Proof. Kennedy half dollars are very collectable and you should add one or more to your collection.
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Canada, 1964 Prooflike Set

In 1964 Canada celebrated the 100th anniversary of Charlottetown by issuing a commemorative Silver Dollar. In Canada they issued these silver dollars both for circulation and for collectors. They are struck in 800 fine Silver and weigh 23.33 grams. You have the arms of Charlottetown on the reverse and the bust of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. We are offering the mostly silver Prooflike set issued for collectors. You get the Silver Dollar, Half Dollar, Quarter Dollar and Ten Cents plus the base metal 5c and 1c coins. Canada did not strike Proof Sets, but something almost as good and they called them Prooflike. They come sealed in a cellophane package, so you can see both sides of the coins without having to touch them. In some sets some of the silver coins will have toned slightly, as silver always does. This was one of the last large sized Canadian Silver Dollars to be issued in 1968 they went to a much smaller size in nickel. Remember this 1964 Silver Prooflike Set is now 54 years old and has the Queen on it.