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About the 90% Silver 1951-1954 George Washington Carver Half Dollar (Avg Circ):

Even though modern circulating coins are no longer made of silver, you can still purchase these 90% silver half dollars, which were only produced very briefly. Silver half dollars were common in pocket change until the 1960s, when wise collectors picked them out of circulation and the US Mint eliminated silver from American coinage.

Highlights of these coins:

  • Legal tender coinage produced by the US Mint in 1951-1954.
  • Comprised of 90% silver, 10% copper; each coin contains about .3618 troy ounces of silver.
  • Coins will be average circulated
  • 90% silver half dollars are a commonly traded and widely recognized investment product.
  • Obverse: a bust of George Washington Carver, combined with Booker T. Washington
  • Reverse: A map of the continental United States

About the U.S. Mint:

The United States Mint produced 90% silver coinage from the 1790s to the 1960s. For most of American history, these coins were commonly encountered in everyday commerce. When silver prices rose due to inflation in the 1960s, the melt value of these coins began to exceed their face value, and wise collectors hoarded them. In 1965, faced with a dearth of circulating coinage, the Mint eliminated silver from most American coins. Today, most coins are made from a copper-nickel alloy and contain no silver.

Half dollars are a convenient way to own silver. Each coin contains a little over one-third ounces of pure silver. Should silver ever be used as a means of barter or become part of everyday commerce once again, these half dollars will be common and widely-accepted. Additionally, they are a special part of American numismatic history, as these beautiful coin designs have not been seen in everyday life for over a half century.

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

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90% Silver 1951-1954 George Washington Carver Half Dollar (Avg Circ)

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Additional Information
Metal Type Silver
Metal Weight .3545
Grading Service Ungraded
Date 1951-1951
Purity .900 Fine Silver
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About the 90% Silver 1951-1954 George Washington Carver Half Dollar (Avg Circ):

Even though modern circulating coins are no longer made of silver, you can still purchase these 90% silver half dollars, which were only produced very briefly. Silver half dollars were common in pocket change until the 1960s, when wise collectors picked them out of circulation and the US Mint eliminated silver from American coinage.

Highlights of these coins:

  • Legal tender coinage produced by the US Mint in 1951-1954.
  • Comprised of 90% silver, 10% copper; each coin contains about .3618 troy ounces of silver.
  • Coins will be average circulated
  • 90% silver half dollars are a commonly traded and widely recognized investment product.
  • Obverse: a bust of George Washington Carver, combined with Booker T. Washington
  • Reverse: A map of the continental United States

About the U.S. Mint:

The United States Mint produced 90% silver coinage from the 1790s to the 1960s. For most of American history, these coins were commonly encountered in everyday commerce. When silver prices rose due to inflation in the 1960s, the melt value of these coins began to exceed their face value, and wise collectors hoarded them. In 1965, faced with a dearth of circulating coinage, the Mint eliminated silver from most American coins. Today, most coins are made from a copper-nickel alloy and contain no silver.

Half dollars are a convenient way to own silver. Each coin contains a little over one-third ounces of pure silver. Should silver ever be used as a means of barter or become part of everyday commerce once again, these half dollars will be common and widely-accepted. Additionally, they are a special part of American numismatic history, as these beautiful coin designs have not been seen in everyday life for over a half century.

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

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