The United States Mint has a rich history of producing commemorative coins in both silver and gold. The silver coins for sale in this series date back to 1848 when the mint first introduced commemorative silver coins. Modern commemorative silver coins launched in 1982 and have gained popularity among collectors in the 21st century. Right now, Half Dollar Silver US Mint Commemorative Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of protective flips or capsules!
- Modern US commemoratives first issued in 1982!
- Consists of .36170 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Bears a face value of $.50 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Designs on the obverse and reverse reflect various different US Mint commemorative programs.
- Coins in bullion uncirculated or proof versions.
- Please keep in mind that purchases of several coins could result in receiving several coins with matching designs and dates.
Each Half Dollar Silver US Mint Commemorative Coin in this product listing comes to you with a protective plastic flip or capsule. The coins listed here represent either the bullion or proof version of its respective design release. Silver.com cannot guarantee a specific design element and date mark for you.
All coins are chosen at random once your payment is processed and designs you receive are dependent upon availability in our vault at that time. If you buy more than one, we cannot guarantee you will receive coins with various different designs or dates. Silver US Mint Half Dollar coins have a face value of $.50 (USD) and feature 90% silver content with a 10% copper balance.
One of the most popular examples of a Silver US Mint Commemorative Coin is the 250th Anniversary George Washington Half Dollar. This coin was introduced in 1982 by the United States Mint to celebrate the 250th anniversary of President George Washington’s birth. The obverse of the coin depicted George Washington riding on horseback, while the reverse included his home at Mount Vernon.
Half Dollar Silver US Mint Commemorative Coins in this listing are typically dated from 1964 onward and were originally part of US Mint commemorative coin sets, by in large. The above-mentioned coin was produced in an uncirculated version by the Denver Mint and in a proof version by the San Francisco Mint. This is just one example of possible coins you could receive in this listing.
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