United States of America, 2005 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 2005 issue in Proof. Kennedy half dollars are very collectable and you should add one or more to your collection.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS8205
£7.95
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