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1954-S Franklin Half Dollars

1954-S Franklin Half Dollar


 
The 1954-S Franklin Half Dollar had a mintage of just 4,993,400. The composition of these coins is 90% silver and 10% copper. Each of these Franklin Half Dollars contain .36169 troy ounces of silver. The diameter of these coins is 30.6mm, and they were minted from 1948 - 1963. The designer was John Sinnock who also designed the dime a few years earlier. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. In addition all of our brilliant uncirculated coins are higher end in condition.


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1954SF4 1954-S Franklin Half - G4
$10.95
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1954SF50 1954-S Franklin Half - AU50
$14.95
1954SF55 1954-S Franklin Half - AU55
$16.95
1954SFU 1954-S Franklin Half - BU
$19.95
1954SFCU 1954-S Franklin Half - Choice BU
$21.95
1954SF64 1954-S Franklin Half - MS64
$49.00
1954SF65 1954-S Franklin Half - MS65
$55.00
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