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America's Last Silver Half-Dollar Set of 4 Coins

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America's Last Silver Half-Dollar Set of 4 Coins
Get ready to strike silver with this set of 4 half dollars. This collection includes P- and D-Mint half dollars minted in 90% silver. They come individually encapsulated and in a storage pouch ... all ready for you to give away or to store in your collection.

What You Get
  • (2) 1963 Benjamin Franklin silver half-dollar coins (1 each: P- and D-Mint)
  • (2) 1964 John F. Kennedy silver half-dollar coins (1 each: P- and D-Mint)
  • Storage pouch

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America's Last Silver Half-Dollar Set of 4 Coins
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  • AlabamaYankee2, AL

    Nice set, but not really BU condition

    "Brilliant Uncirculated" is a pretty high standard. 2 probably come close (both Franklins). 1 is "iffy", with a small fingerprint and small scuffs (64-D Kenn.). 1 is clearly AU at best, not BU, since it has both scuffs and scratches (64 Kenn.). I paid $85 after shipping. If the Franklins weren't so pretty I would have given 2 or 3 stars. If just one of the two 64s had been a real BU, I would probably give a 5 star review. Cheers!

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