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.
Lustrous with 'mint set' toning.
CAC. Original 'mint set' toning.
Vibrant luster and a sharp strike with light russet toning.
Brilliant mirrored surfaces exhibit a clean look and a touch of gold tint.
Rich 'mint set' toning with strong luster and a very sharp strike.
Vivid luster and a very sharp strike with a light brush of toning.
Vibrant luster and a great strike with nice original toning.
CAC. Attractive mint set toning with strands of turquoise and fuchsia on the obverse, nearly mark-free surfaces, and a sharp strike. Nothing has graded numerically finer at PCGS.
Booming white luster with lightly frosted design features.
A blend of violet-gold and white rests upon highly lustrous surfaces and a super clean look. A very sharp strike, on a date known for weakness, with very close to Full Bell Lines! None have graded numerically finer at either service.
Frosty cream-white luster with a touch of gold along the periphery and very close to full bell line detail.
Type-2. Blast white.