United States of America, Kennedy Silver Half Dollar 1969 BU

The United States honoured the late President Kennedy with a commemorative 50 Cent Coin. In 1964 they were struck in 900 fine silver. From 1965-1970 they were issued in 400 fine silver. We recently bought some original unopened rolls of the 1969 40% Silver Kennedy Half Dollars. They were put away over 50 years ago and have been untouched since they were issued by the United States Mint. It is a beautiful Uncirculated coin - get one while you can!
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SKU: FUS8508
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