Add a PDS All Mint Set of 1951 Franklin half dollars to your collection in desirable About Uncirculated condition. You'll receive coins from all three mints that struck them – Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco – issued 65 years ago during the early years of the short-lived 1948-1963 Franklin series. These large-size 90% silver coins are from an era when half dollars played a major role in daily commerce and most experienced heavy wear from frequent handling. But these well-preserved 1951 coins display only slight wear on the highest points of the design and much of the original mint luster is still present.
Honoring a revered founding father, Franklin half dollars are the last U.S. coin series minted every year in 90% silver. The 1951 issues were struck during the year of the first color television broadcast and the installation of the world's first commercial computer (C I) at the United States Census Bureau. Get this affordable PDS All Mint Set today and you'll SAVE off single coin prices.
- Year: 1951
- Mint: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
- Product Type: Sets