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US*40%* Silver Coins $100 Face (1965-69) (29.500 oz.)

$460.45 each. 
Product Symbol SIUS40%:$100
Weight 29.500 oz. actual; 5.068 lbs. shipping
Condition Unspecified
Denomination Half$; $100 face value units
Content 40% pure silver
Diameter 0.000000
Thickness 0.000000

 

US Mint 40% Coins from Circulation


$100 face-value bag of 40% silver US coins - contains approximately 29.50 troy ounces of silver!


In the mid-1960s, the United States government began seeking an alternative to the minting of 90% Silver content coins. To honor the assassinated President John F. Kennedy, the U.S. Mint began minting $0.50 coins that depicted Kennedy in 40% Silver.


The Kennedy half-dollars contain an inner layer of 79% copper and 21% Silver. This inner layer was clad by an outer layer of 20% copper and 80% Silver. In sum, the Kennedy halves contain 40% Silver and 60% copper. The 40% Silver Kennedy half-dollars were the last regularly circulated coins from the U.S. Mint that contain any Silver.


Today, these coins are known as a cheap and easy way to invest in silver bullion.


Please be aware that some weight variation is acceptable based on the circulated quality of this product.

US*40%* Silver Coins $100 Face (1965-69)

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