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Item:264249778578TRUST AND WEALTH CO (1) ROLL (20) Silver WALKING LIBERTY Half Dollars$10.00 FACE CAN NOT RETURN BROKEN ROLLS!!1 roll WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLAR Roll of 20 Coins. COMBINED SHIPPING I WILL CHARGE $4.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ONE BOUGHT. GOT THESE FROM A SILVER HOARDER THAT KEPT THESE FOR EVER HE TOLD ME THAT THEY WERE BOUGHT AROUND 1962 TO 1968 HE STORED THEM IN A SAFE THAT HAS A LOT OF THEM PLUS HE HAS TWO OTHER SAFES WITH HALF'S QUARTERS AND DOLLARS BUT HE WANTS ME TO START WITH DIMES .YOU will receive This roll in the pictures It many vary slightly from the picture but it is the roll that you are bidding on 100% as some rolls wrappers are faded. All the rolls are weighed prior to shipping to verify all coin are 90% silver to make sure rolls have not been tampered with over the past decadesThe Franklin half dollar is a coin that was struck by the United States Mint from 1948 to 1963. The fifty-cent piece pictures Founding Father Benjamin Franklin on the obverse and the Liberty Bell on the reverse. A small eagle was placed to the right of the bell to fulfill the legal requirement that half dollars depict the figure of an eagle. Produced in 90 percent silver with a reeded edge, the coin was struck at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints. At the end of April 2016 the metal value of the $0.50 coin was approximately $6.48, an increase of approximately 1300%.Mint director Nellie Tayloe Ross had long admired Franklin, and wanted him to be depicted on a coin. In 1947, she instructed her chief engraver, John R. Sinnock, to prepare designs for a Franklin half dollar. Sinnock's designs were based on his earlier work, but he died before their completion. The designs were completed by Sinnock's successor, Gilroy Roberts. The Mint submitted the new designs to the Commission of Fine Arts ("Commission") for its advisory opinion. The Commission disliked the small eagle and felt that depicting the crack in the Liberty Bell would expose the coinage to jokes and ridicule. Despite the Commission's disapproval, the Mint proceeded with Sinnock's designs.After the coins were released in April 1948, the Mint received accusations that Sinnock's initials "JRS" on the cutoff at Franklin's shoulder were a tribute to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin(Stalin did not have a middle name that began with an 'R'). No change was made, with the Mint responding that the letters were simply the artist's initials (The same accusation was made after the release of the Sinnock designed Roosevelt Dime in 1946). The coin was struck regularly until 1963. Beginning in 1964 it was replaced by the Kennedy half dollar, issued in honor of the assassinated President John F. Kennedy. Though the coin is still legal tender, its value to collectors or as silver (intrinsic value) both greatly exceed its face value.SORRY CANT RETURN COMBINED SHIPPING I WILL CHARGE $4.00 FOR EACH ADDTIONAL ONE BOUGHT. I GOT THESE FROM A OLD SILVER HOARDER THAT KEPT THESE FOR EVER HE TOLD ME THAT THEY WERE BOUGHT AROUND 1962 TO 1968 HE HAS A BIG SAFE FULL OF THEM . .From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaCondition:CAN NOT RETURN BROKEN ROLLS!!, Certification:Uncertified
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CAMEO PROOF END/1957 END 1 ROLL SILVER FRANKLIN Half Dollars #HF71