1951 Franklin Half Dollar, PCGS - U.S. Coins and Jewelry
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1951 Franklin Half Dollar, PCGS PR65 CAC - Nice White Coin

1951 Franklin Half Dollar, PCGS PR65 CAC - Nice White Coin

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This is a PCGS Graded Coin. You will receive the pictured coin. You are Buying a 1950 Franklin Half Dollar graded PR 65 by PCGS and CAC Approved. A nice coin of this second year of proof Franklin. The coin has no toning, is black and white with a very light cameo on the devices. A nice look. 
This is an excellent coin to add to your collection.

Coin Features:
  • PCGS graded PR 65 CAC
  • CAC Verified
  • Light Cameo Devices
  • Actual Silver Weight 0.3617 troy oz
  • Known as a Franklin Half Dollar
  • Obverse: Bust of Franklin Facing Right. Around Rim: Liberty - In God We Trust
  • Reverse: Center: Liberty Bell. Right of Bell: Forward Facing Eagle. Around Rim: United States of America - Half Dollar. Motto: E Pluribus Unum

Franklin (1948 – 1963) - In 1947, under orders from Mint Director Nellie Tayloe Ross, Mint engraver John Sinnock began work on designing a new half dollar using the likeness of Benjamin Franklin. Sinnock called upon his previous works as a template. In 1926, Sinnock created the commemorative half for the nation’s sesquicentennial celebration. The reverse of this coin featured a Liberty bell and this served as inspiration for the new half dollar reverse. The obverse portrait was taken from a 1932 bronze medal. Sinnock had created the medal’s portrait using 18th century drawings done of Franklin by French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon. The half was produced for sixteen years until the untimely death of John F. Kennedy spawned the memorial redesign of the half to feature the likeness of the assassinated president. 


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  • Coin
    franklin
  • Year
    1951
  • Mint
    philadelphia
  • Grade
    pr 65
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