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1952 D Franklin Half Dollar Silver coins
Here are some original, high grade 1952 D Franklin Half Dollar Silver coins. The 1952 D had a total production of 24,395,600. Most went into heavy circulation and many were melted for their silver value. Who knows how many uncirculated ones are left? Many numismatics believe the high grade, uncirculated Franklin Half is the most undervalued and unnoticed coin as they have quietly slipped from modern to vintage status. The total 510 million minted for all years combined is just under the 430 million for just the one year of 1964 Kennedy Silver Halves. Franklin Halves are the last of the old style, low mintage coins produced at the US Mint.
I truly believe that owning these coins in high grade FBL condition is one of the least expensive ways to invest in US coins that will continue to increase in value.
The one in this picture might not be the one you get but all are so close that you won't be able to tell the difference as all come from a matching roll. Some sellers offer really nice looking AU coins for less. Mine are not AU, or ABOUT UN-CIRCULATED, they really are BRILLIANT, UN-CIRCULATED. If you want a slightly circulated coin, please look elsewhere. I guarantee your complete satisfaction or return for a full refund including shipping both ways.
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