Single Kennedy Half Dollars
The Kennedy half dollar was first minted in 1964, the year following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It features the face of President John F. Kennedy on the obverse and an eagle on the reverse.The Kennedy half dollar was struck in 90% silver in 1964. The following year(1965), this was changed to silver-clad, with the silver content lowered to 40%. In 1971. Bicentennial half dollars dated 1776-1976 were produced in the years 1975 and 1976 in the copper-nickel clad composition for circulation and proof and also in the 40% silver composition in uncirculated and proof coins found in special collector sets. When the United States Mint started producing silver proof sets in 1992, the Kennedy half dollar included in them had the same 90% Silver as the coins of 1964.We offer all Kennedy Half Dollars including all type 2 coins and the scarce 1998 Matte proof coin found in the Kennedy Collector set.