Franklin Half Dollars were issued from 1948 to 1963. They were minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.
A circulated set of Franklin Halves can be put together for a modest price. 1949-D, 1949-S, and 1952-S are the most expensive Franklin Half Dollars in top condition.
CAC. Shimmering mint luster and a great strike with delicate light toning.
CAC. A pastel blend of green, gold, and blue with deeper hues along the periphery. Razor-sharp strike.
Vibrant luster and a great strike with just a touch of toning.
Well struck and flashy with original lightly toned surfaces.
CAC. Attractive light 'Mint Set' toning.
Flashy white luster.
Strong frosty luster and sharp strike.
CAC. A fantastic blast white Premium Gem with snow white frost on the design features. Virtually perfect!
CAC. The first proof Franklin and a superb gem, this coin is a blast white beauty. Brightly mirrored surfaces appear pristine. Only 1 coin graded higher at PCGS.
Blast white with strong mirrors on the fields and a little contrast on the devices.
Blast white with frosted design elements and nearly perfect surfaces.
A fantastic example of this better date with a satiny core and attractive delicate peripheral toning. None have graded numerically finer at PCGS or NGC.
Very high quality with beautiful 'end-of-the-roll' obverse toning!
Type 2. Blast white and super frosty!
Type 2. Blast white with a great 'black and white' effect.
Satiny white luster and a sharp strike.