Do you have a piece of one of the most valuable half-dollar coins in circulation?


Do you have a piece of one of the most valuable half-dollar coins in circulation?

YOU MAY be wondering if your old 50 cent coins are worth anything today – and fortunately, some are selling for a lot of money on the internet.

Some of these extremely valuable coins were produced in the early 1800s, while others were produced in the early 1900s.

Some coins can be worth thousands of dollars, while others only a few hundred dollars, depending on rarity and condition.

Nickels, dimes, and quarters, as we recently discovered, have a lot of value.

To see if your coins are worth anything on eBay, do a full name search, select the “sold” listing, and then change the search to “highest value.”

It will provide you with an estimate of the coin’s value.

You can sell the coin on eBay or through a specialist website like Coinappraiser or USA Coin Book.

This time, we’ll dissect the most valuable half-dollar cents on the market.

A 1917 Walking Liberty coin recently sold for over (dollar)2,750.

There have been claims that there are different varieties of this coin.

The coin in the listing is the rarest version, with the mintmark “S” (for San Francisco) on the obverse.

In a later version of the coin, the S mark was relocated to the reverse.

According to the Professional Coin Grading Service, only 952,000 obverse 1917 walking Liberty coins were minted.

After 29 bids, another walking Liberty 50 cent coin sold for more than (dollar)940 on eBay.

The 1921 coin’s feature is described as “light grey uniform toning” by seller “kevinm562,” who has 100 percent feedback.

The half dollar, he added, has a “very difficult key date” and is “very expensive in higher grades.”

PCGS and CAC both graded the coin as “VF25 CAC.”

According to USA Coin Book, this coin could be worth (dollar)31,102 in “Uncirculated (MS(plus)) Mint Condition.”

On eBay, a silver half-dollar coin recently sold for over (dollar)770.

The coin, which features Liberty on the front, is described as “circulated clean” by the seller.

“It’s a 1904-O and is in really great condition but lightly circulated,” according to the listing.

“Assured to be genuine and exactly as described!”

The 50-cent coin is worth (dollar)40 in average condition, but (dollar)4,160 or more in “Uncirculated (MS(plus)) Mint Condition,” according to USA Coin Book.

The 1824 bust coin has a number of different errors.

This includes a four over a four and a four over a one, among other overdates.

However, one that recently sold online for (dollar)735 does not appear to have an overdate and appears to be in good condition…

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