1949 Franklin Half Dollar - Littleton Coin Company
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1949 Philadelphia Mint

1949 Franklin Half Dollar

The 1949 Franklin half dollar was produced at the Philadelphia Mint during the second year of issue for this popular series. Struck in 90% fine silver, Franklin half dollars represented the first time that a non-president was depicted on a circulating U.S. coin. Benjamin Franklin is credited with the repeal of the Stamp Act in 1766, helping draft the Declaration of Independence, signing a critical treaty with France in 1778 during the Revolutionary War, and participating in the Constitutional Convention.
1027.AC Average Circulated $40.50 Add to Cart
1027.08 Very Good $42.50 Add to Cart
1027.12 Fine $43.50 Add to Cart
1027.20 Very Fine $44.50 Add to Cart
1027.50 About Unc-50
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$49.50 Add to Cart
1027.60 Uncirculated-60 $155.00 Add to Cart
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