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1948 Franklin Half Dollar US Silver Coin Philadelphia

The first year the Franklin silver half dollar was produced was 1948. There was over 3 million of them that were minted in Philadelphia and greater than 4 million struck in Denver (D mint mark which can be found on the reverse under United States of America). John Sinnock was the mastermind behind the design (plus also is credited with the Roosevelt dime) though it was initially the director of the mint at the time’s idea. It has the great forefather and genius inventor Benjamin Franklin on the front of the coin. The back is adorned with the Liberty Bell and a muscular American Eagle. It is a coin that is 90% silver or .3617 ounces (10.254 grams) of the precious metal in its content and rest of which is copper. Check out the silver 1948 Franklin Half Dollar from Philadelphia below that looks to be in in very fine condition. This is an absolutely great looking coin:

Koin kuno uang logam antik dari negara Amerika Serikat koin perak $1/2 setengah dollar US tahun produksi 1984 koin antik dan unik ini didepan bergambar foto wajah mantan President Amerika serikat yang bernama bapak “Benjamin Franklin” dan dibelakang uang kuno ini bergambar “Lonceng Liberty”, Lonceng bersejarah Negara Amerika USA yang disimpan di Museum Philadelphia. Kondisi koin perak ini benar-benar bagus super +++ terjaga dan terpelihara dengan baik gambar angka dan tulisan-nya sangat timbul dengan jalas sekali, Silahkan bisa anda periksa lihat sendiri difoto2 yang telah kami pajang ini, 1948 Silver Franklin Half Dollar Philadelphia Mint Image Of Benjamin Franklin Uang Logam Kuno Koin Perak $1/2 Setengah Dollar US Bergambar Foto Benjamin Franklin Dan Lonceng Liberty Tahun 1948 USA


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