The 1974-D Doubled Die Kennedy Half Dollar is a great coin, coveted by collectors. Unfortunately, it’s also extremely hard to find and whenever this scarce error is available, collectors snap it up! Ranked as 89th in the 3rd edition of the 100 Greatest U.S. Modern Coins, this half dollar is a highly desirable error and the largest doubled die coin to make the book’s list. Doubling on larger coins occurs far less often, but its size is what makes the doubling all the more dramatic.
When a working die slips or pivots during the hubbing process, it creates a slight secondary impression known as a doubled die. This error is most strongly evident in the words we trust, the rty of liberty and the 4 in the date. According to the 100 Greatest, only a couple thousand of these unusual errors are known to exist in all grades. Luckily we’ve been able to acquire some of these popular 1974-D Kennedy Doubled Dies to offer you. Each Uncirculated coin has been hand selected for eye appeal by our experts and comes in a customized holder – but don’t wait, this Kennedy error will go fast!
- Year: 1974
- Mint Mark: Denver
- Product Type: Single Products
- Presentation: With Holder