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1963 Ben Franklin Half Dollar~Of the 22 million 1963 Silver Ben Franklin Half Dollars issued just 3.07 million proofs were issued. Proofs are selling for somewhere between $15 and $23 dollars. This was the final year for the Ben Franklin Half Dollars. No mint mark, Face Value: 0.50 USD Total Produced: 22,164,000 [?] Silver Content: 90% Silver Weight: .3617 oz. As a rough estimate of this coins value in poor condition will be around $12, while one in "perfect" condition can bring $35.

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Most Valuable Lucky Penny. This coin sold in 2010 for a cool 1.7 million dollars, it is the only known example of a 1943-dated Lincoln cent incorrectly struck in a copper alloy at the Denver Mint.

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Once owned by the legendary King of Siam, this 1804-dated U.S. silver dollar is valued at $6,500,000 in the 2011 PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club. (Photo credit: Rare Coin Wholesalers.)

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The cent shown is no average coin, it's a one-of-a-kind Lincoln cent, mistakenly struck in 1943 at the Denver Mint in bronze rather than the zinc-coated steel used that year to conserve copper for World War II. Sold at Auction for 1.7 Million Dollars.

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