Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Detecto92, Oct 24, 2012.
I'm not taking about proofs, commens, etc. I'm talking about coins used in everyday transactions.
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1965 Kennedy Half dollar is the last coin minted with silver content in it.
No, the 1970 half was the last coin minted for circulation in the us
Canada had silver into 1968 for quarters and dimes. Switzerland had silver till 1967 or 1968. USA 1969 half would be the last "circulating" silver coin. The 1970 half was mint sets only.
It is 1967 for Switzerland. I found a 1968 1/2 Franc and checked if it was silver.
The 5 Franc had silver in 1969.
I was thinking that myself, is this right? I am only thinking of the 1/2 franc coin but there are other coins. Was the 1970 US half minted for circulation? Wasn't that a collector coin?
I also think this is a very good question. Good job Detecto!
But yeah, it sounds like it must be Mexico.
France & Mexico -
What about the 66, 67, 68, 69, and 70 Kennedy halves?
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