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.
Lovely light green-gold toning over intensely lustrous surfaces. Only a single coin has graded higher at PCGS and NGC combined.
CAC. Boldly struck with nearly flawless surfaces and beautiful "Mint Set" toning. One of 10 coins graded 66+ by PCGS with none grading higher.
CAC. Outstanding quality with beautiful golden-grown and burnt-orange toning. Almost certainly came out of a Mint Set.
CAC. Intense luster thru beautiful light champagne toning. Super quality!
Rich 'Mint Set' Toning with shades of lime-green, gold, and orange.
A very scarce date in Superb Gem with just 8 coins grading 67 at PCGS, 1 grading 67+, and none grading numerically higher than this beautiful coin. This example is very well struck with nearly full bell lines. Mint luster radiates thru very attractive "Mint Set" toning.
CAC. Extremely well struck with rich lustrous surfaces that show beautiful "mint set" toning. One of just 5 to grade 66+ with 2 grading finer.
CAC. A spectacular Superb Gem with vibrant mint luster and pristine surfaces. Beautiful iridescent light shades of orange, green and gold blend to produce incredible eye appeal. Tied for the finest graded at PCGS.