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Early Half Dollar 1794-1839 (2 Vol Set)

Early Half Dollar 1794-1839 (2 Vol Set)
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Early Half Dollars 1794-1839 (2 Vol. Set) Dansco Album comes in a 3/4" binder and holds up to 96 coins. The 2-volume set album has 8 Dansco pages (series: 6151 Vol.I-1 to 6151 Vol.I-4, 6151 Vol.II-1 to 6151 Vol.II-4), each one holding and displaying U.S. early half dollars minted from 1794-1839. Early half dollars have many die varieties. The variations are numerous and are often different for a single mintage date. Thus, Dansco provides two albums to collect them all. The first half dollars were minted in December 1794. These coins were made of 89.24% silver and 10.76% copper. Their size was approximately 32.5 mm, each weighing 13.48 grams. In 1836 the composition changed to 90% silver and 10% copper. These coins measure approximately 30 mm, each weighing 13.36 grams. All half dollars minted from 1794-1839 were coined at the Philadelphia Mint. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Seated Half Dollar 1839-1891

Liberty Seated Half Dollar 1839-1891
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Liberty Seated Half Dollars 1839-1891 Dansco Album comes in a 1 1/8" binder and holds up to 140 coins. The album has 7 Dansco pages (series: 6152-1 to 6152-7), each one holding and displaying all Liberty Seated half dollars minted from 1793-1857. Small arrows were added to the obverse of the coins twice during this period. From 1853-1855 the arrows indicate the reduction in weight, from 13.36 grams to 12.44 grams. Only half dollars coined in 1853 saw rays around the eagle on the reverse. The arrows appeared again from 1873-1874, this time to indicate the increase in weight, from 12.44 grams to 12.50 grams. This weight remained through 1891. All Liberty Seated half dollars are made of 90% silver and 10% copper, and they measure 30.6 mm in diameter. Half dollars from 1839-1891 were coined at the Philadelphia and New Orleans Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Head Half Dollar 1892-1915

Liberty Head Half Dollar 1892-1915
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Liberty Head Half Dollar 1892-1915 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 80 coins. The album has 4 Dansco pages (series: 7150-1 to 7150-4), each one holding and displaying all Liberty Head half dollars minted from 1892-1915. Charles E. Barber, whose initial "B" appears on the front of the coin, designed the Liberty half dollar's obverse along with the Liberty Dimes and Liberty Quarters. Barber or Liberty Head half dollars are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 30.6 mm in diameter, and each weighs 12.50 grams. Liberty Head half dollars were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1916-1947

Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1916-1947
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1916-1947 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 80 coins. The album has 4 Dansco pages (series: 7160-1 to 7160-4), each one holding and displaying all Liberty Walking half dollars minted from 1916-1947. Adolph A. Weinman changed the face of the half dollars with his revolutionary design. Weinman's monogram "AW" appears near the tip of the tail feathers on the reverse of the coin. Liberty Walking half dollars are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 30.6 mm in diameter, each weighing 12.50 grams. Liberty Walking half dollars were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1941-1947

Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1941-1947
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Liberty Walking Half Dollar 1941-1947 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 40 coins. The album has 2 Dansco pages (series: 7161-1 to 7161-2), each one holding and displaying all Liberty Walking half dollars minted from 1941-1947. Adolph A. Weinman changed the face of the half dollars with his revolutionary design. Weinman's monogram "AW" appears near the tip of the tail feathers on the reverse of the coin. Liberty Walking half dollars are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 30.6 mm in diameter, each weighing 12.50 grams. Liberty Walking half dollars were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Franklin Half Dollar

Franklin Half Dollar
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Franklin Half Dollars 1948-1963 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 40 coins. The album has 2 Dansco pages (series: 7165-1 to 7165-2), each one holding and displaying all Franklin half dollars minted from 1948-1963. Designer John R. Sinnock created Franklin's likeness for the obverse and the Liberty Bell for the reverse. Due to a legal requirement to show an eagle on all half dollar coins, a small eagle was engraved next to the Liberty Bell. Franklin half dollars are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 30.6 mm in diameter, each weighing 12.50 grams. Franklin half dollars were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Kennedy Half Dollar

Kennedy Half Dollar
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Kennedy Half Dollars 1964 to Date Dansco Album comes in a 7/8" binder and holds up to 100 coins. The album has 5 Dansco pages (series: 7166-1 to 7166-2), each one holding and displaying all Kennedy half dollars minted from 1964 to Date. One of the most beloved U.S. coins, the Kennedy half dollar vanished from circulation soon after their release in 1964. Its valuable silver along with a feeling of grief by the recent Kennedy's assassination made the coin impossible to circulate. In order to alleviate the problem, the U.S. Mint changed the composition from 90% silver and 10% copper as seen in the 1964 coins to 40% silver and 60% copper for the ones struck from 1965-1970. The change failed and the coins were still rarely seen in public. As a consequence, silver was completely eliminated, and from 1971 to Date the coins have a pure copper inner core and an outer layer made of 75% copper and 25% nickel. A special coin to commemorate the Bicentennial was struck in 1976. All Kennedy half dollar coins measure 30.6 mm in diameter. Their weight went from 12.50 grams in 1964 to 11.50 grams from 1965-1970. Kennedy half dollars now weigh 11.34 grams. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Kennedy Half Dollar, w/proof 1964-2011

Kennedy Half Dollar, w/proof 1964-2011
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. Kennedy Half Dollars 1964 to 2011 with Proof Dansco Album comes in a 1 1/8" binder and holds up to 160 coins. The album has 8 Dansco pages (series: 8166-1 to 8166-8), each one holding and displaying all Kennedy half dollars minted from 1964 to Date including the proof coins. One of the most beloved U.S. coins, the Kennedy half dollar vanished from circulation soon after their release in 1964. Its valuable silver along with a feeling of grief by the recent Kennedy's assassination made the coin impossible to circulate. In order to alleviate the problem, the U.S. Mint changed the composition from 90% silver and 10% copper as seen in the 1964 coins to 40% silver and 60% copper for the ones struck from 1965-1970. The change failed and the coins were still rarely seen in public. As a consequence, silver was completely eliminated, and from 1971 to Date the coins have a pure copper inner core and an outer layer made of 75% copper and 25% nickel. A special coin to commemorate the Bicentennial was struck in 1976. All Kennedy half dollar coins measure 30.6 mm in diameter. Their weight went from 12.50 grams in 1964 to 11.50 grams from 1965-1970. Kennedy half dollars now weigh 11.34 grams. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Kennedy Half Dollar, w/proof 2012-2016

Kennedy Half Dollar, w/proof 2012-2016
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. Kennedy Half Dollars 2012 to 2016 with Proof Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 160 coins. The album has 2 Dansco pages (series: 2012-2013), each one holding and displaying all Kennedy half dollars minted from 2012 to Date including the proof coins. One of the most beloved U.S. coins, the Kennedy half dollar vanished from circulation soon after their release in 1964. Its valuable silver along with a feeling of grief by the recent Kennedy's assassination made the coin impossible to circulate. In order to alleviate the problem, the U.S. Mint changed the composition from 90% silver and 10% copper as seen in the 1964 coins to 40% silver and 60% copper for the ones struck from 1965-1970. The change failed and the coins were still rarely seen in public. As a consequence, silver was completely eliminated, and from 1971 to Date the coins have a pure copper inner core and an outer layer made of 75% copper and 25% nickel. A special coin to commemorate the Bicentennial was struck in 1976. All Kennedy half dollar coins measure 30.6 mm in diameter. Their weight went from 12.50 grams in 1964 to 11.50 grams from 1965-1970. Kennedy half dollars now weigh 11.34 grams. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Half Dollar, 80 ports, PLAN

Half Dollar, 80 ports, PLAN
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Half Dollars Plain Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 80 coins. The album has 4 Dansco plain pages, each one holding and displaying 20 U.S. half dollars. The Act of April 2, 1792, authorized the creation of half dollar coins. Various "Liberty" designs were seen from early half dollars through 1947. Half dollars acquired a new personality when Benjamin Franklin's portrait appeared on the 1948 obverse. In 1964, Kennedy's likeness replaced Franklin's and would become emblematic of the denomination. Dansco Plain Albums allow collectors the freedom to build unique types of collections. While dated half dollar albums are fixed to display and hold certain types of coins, this one gives you the choice to create your own half dollar collection. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.


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