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Our 90% Silver Kennedy Half Dollars are priced at ONLY $2.99 over spot in as low as. Get your 1964 90% Silver Kennedy Half Dollars today from Provident Metals. Each $1 face value contains 0.715 troy oz of pure silver and will arrive in average circulated condition.
Produced by the United States Mint in memory of one of the greatest presidents the nation has ever known, the Kennedy Half Dollar is composed of .900 fine silver. It has an approximate diameter of 30mm, with a thickness of 2mm.
Designed by Gilroy Roberts, the obverse features the profile of our nation’s 35th president. LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and the year of mintage are inscribed.
The reverse features a modified version of the presidential seal. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and HALF DOLLAR are also engraved.
Honor one of the nation’s most beloved presidents when you purchase a Kennedy Half Dollar, now available at Provident Metals.
About the Kennedy Half Dollar
Authorized by Congress a month after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Kennedy Half Dollar was first produced by the United States Mint in 1964. Acting as a memorial to the president, the Half Dollar quickly rose in popularity.
Today, the Kennedy Half Dollar is released with limited mintages, only produced to satisfy the demands of collectors.
About the United States Mint
Under Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, the United States Mint was founded after the passage of the Coinage Act of 1792, which granted the construction of a federal Mint at the nation’s capital.
Today, the Mint adheres to its founding principles — and core American values — producing a variety of bullion products, including proof, uncirculated and commemorative coins.
The Mint has six operating facilities in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, West Point, Denver, San Francisco and Fort Knox.
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