Franklin Half Dollar Rolls: 1962-D Uncirculated

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    The 1962-D Franklin Half Dollar Roll consists of 20 coins, each in brilliant uncirculated condition, 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 1962-D Franklin Half Dollar Roll comes complete in a coin tube for protection while in transit.

    Nellie Tayloe Ross greatly admired Franklin but was also aware of his distaste for portraits on US currency. In the 1940's, the Mint Director, was legally allowed to change the design of the half dollar, since the Walking Liberty had been in circulation for over 25 years. Franklin once thought US coins should contain Proverbs, so the coin holder would have something to contemplate while looking upon the coin. Ross approached Mint Engraver, John R. Sinnock, the create a design of the Founding Father. At the turn of World War II, Sinnock had designed a commemorative of Franklin, which was never used. This previous design was used to help design the Franklin Half Dollar. Benjamin Franklin is a key leader in American history and mostly known for his technological advances when it came to electricity and the modern home. But this Founding Father was a jack of all trades and a scientist was only one of them. Franklin was also a renowned polymath, author, printer, political theorist, politician, freemason, postmaster, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. His accomplishments earned him a lot of public attention but it wouldn't be until well after his death a Mint Director would want his portrait on US coinage.

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    • Year: 1962
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