A complete 3-coin PDS set of Franklin silver half dollars featuring one coin from each mint that struck them - Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco - randomly dated between 1951 and 1954. Franklin halves hold the distinction of being the shortest half dollar series of the 20th century, and the last half dollar series struck entirely in 90% silver. The obverse features founding father Benjamin Franklin, while the reverse a rendition of the Liberty Bell and small eagle.
This Franklin half dollar is from America's last circulating half dollar series struck entirely in 90% silver. Its obverse bears John R. Sinnock's portrait of Benjamin Franklin, while the reverse depicts the Liberty Bell and a small eagle.
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