1964 Silver Kennedy Half Dollar is 90% silver, while the 1965-1970 is 40% silver. Use the Silver Melt Value calculator to see the value of silver in this coin. The 1968-D, 1969-S, and 1970-S, were only issued in Proof sets.
Listed below are the mintage numbers for each year. The year column lists the year and mint mark on the coin where, D is for Denver, S is for San Francisco, and P is for Philadelphia. Also, a coin without a mint mark means the coin was minted in Philadelphia.
The Mintage column is the number of coins struck and released by the U.S. Mint.
The Numismatic Value Range column represents what people typically pay for that type of coin (usually a very wide price range depending on the condition and demand of the coin).
|1964||273,304,004||$6.00 – $20.00|
|1964 D||156,205,446||$6.00 – $40.00|
|1965||65,879,366||$2.00 – $20.00|
|1966||108,984,932||$2.00 – $20.00|
|1967||295,046,978||$2.00 – $20.00|
|1968-D||246,951,930||$2.00 – $20.00|
|1969-D||129,881,800||$2.00 – $20.00|
|1970-D||2,150,000||$5.00 – $40.00|
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