1950 D Franklin Half Dollar
The 1950 D version of the Franklin Half Dollar is worth on average $480.00 if in Mint State (uncirculated), while one in poor condition will have a value of just $13.00. If the coin has an error, or is certified this will further add to the appeal and raise it's price numismatically speaking.
- Year: 1950
- Mint: D
- Type: Franklin Half Dollar
- Mintage: 8,031,000
- Metal: 90% silver 10% copper
- What's it worth?: $480.00 to $13.00
The 1950 D Franklin Silver Half Dollar is probably the 2nd most valuable in MS in the series. In lower qualities its not worth more than than $13 but when you start getting into the Mint States / Brilliant Uncirculated versions then you are looking at a few hundred dollars easy.
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Top coins in this series. List price based off high end conditions that have been certified.
|$600||1949 D Franklin Half Dollar|
|$480||1950 D Franklin Half Dollar|
|$325||1960 Franklin Half Dollar|
Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|Struck Through||Struck Through errors are fairly regular on Franklin Half Dollars....|
|FBL + Error||FBL (Full Bell Line) with additional error Franklin Half Dollars are valuable....|
|Planchet Clip Rim||When a planchet rim is clipped sometime during the minting process this is labeled a ...|
Franklin Double Die errors are pretty common, but still increase the value of your...
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|1952 S||The 1952 S Franklin is a Key Date. Even in F or XF condition these coins are selling ...|
|1949 S||The 1949 S Franklin is a Key Date. Even in F or XF condition these coins are selling ...|
|1949 D||1949 was the first year that Franklin Half Dollars were issued....|
|Full Bell Lines||When the reverse strike has nice clean Full Bell Lines the coin is worth more....|
Top and Center on the back (reverse) of the coin. Just under the E and right above the wooden Yoke.
Founding Father Benjamin Franklin sits proudly on the Silver Franklin Half Dollar. Most people think old man Franklin was a president, but he was not. Ben was an amazing inventor and author. Ben Franklin appears to be a character of sorts. He wrote under several pseudonyms (fake names) the most popular being Silence Dogood or Mrs. Dogood. Benjamin Franklin invented the Lightning Rod, Bifocals, Swim Fins, even the Urinary Catheter. It seems old Ben was a bit of an eccentric and thats why we like the Franklin Half Dollars so much.
The Franklin Half Dollar has a weight of 12.50 g.