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JFK Half Dollar Collection with Porfolio
The last circulating coins ever minted in silver by the U.S. Mint.
The first Kennedy Half Dollar was minted in 1964 as a tribute to President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated on November 22, 1963. The Kennedy Half Dollar is among the most popular U.S. coin among collectors around the world.
The first-ever coin minted in 1964 was the first and only coin made for circulation in 90% silver. Starting in 1965, the U.S. Mint no longer made coins for circulation in 90% silver. Dimes and Quarters were made in copper-nickel. The only coin that continued to be made in silver was the Kennedy Half Dollar - which was made in 40% silver for circulation only in 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969.
- This set includes all five of these 40% silver coins.
- After 1969, no circulating coins of any denomination were ever made in silver again. All later coins were made only in copper-nickel.
- The 1965-1970 Kennedy Half Dollar are also the only 40% silver coins of any denomination ever made for circulation.
- Each year's circulating edition was made with only one mint mark, so this five-coin set is the absolute complete set of 40% silver Kennedy Half Dollars made for circulation. The 1965-1967 coins bear no mint mark (Philadelphia Mint) while the last two were made at the Denver Mint and have the "D" mint mark.
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