Franklin Half Dollar Rolls: 1954-D Uncirculated

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  • Description:

    The 1954-D Franklin Half Dollar Roll is in brilliant uncirculated condition, each coin exhibiting a glistening surface from rim to rim. The Denver Mint, once again, has its hand in the main production of this coin, producing millions each year. The BU 1954-D Franklin Half Dollar comes complete in a plastic coin tube for protection and has a high mintage of over 25 million. The Denver Mint was newly established in 1906, barely participating in major coin series until 1916 and so on.

    The Franklin Half Dollar was one of the most minted coins in US history, with the lowest mintage being around 2.5 million. Nowadays, collectors and investors are drawn to the Franklin Half Dollar but not because of its numismatic value, although it is a great collection for beginning collectors. Most coins minted before 1964 were comprised of 90% silver, which stopped in 1965. The 90% silver content is presently in high demand since it is slowly dwindling out of the market, due to not being produced anymore. The Franklin Half Dollar was produced right after the end of World War II, wherein the US Mint was overly producing coinage just in case it was needed. All three mints participated in the minting of the Franklin, strategically placing their mint-marks on the reverse. The obverse features the balding Founding Father, complete with his round head and reading spectacles. The reverse depicts an aging Liberty Bell, with the coin's legal tender value, which wasn't approved by the Commission of Fine Arts.

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    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1954
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
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