There are a total of 160 coins, with a face value of $80. Following the death of JFK in 1963 there was considerable sentiment honoring his memory, including these half dollar coins. This Kennedy half dollar was first struck in 1964 less than a year after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy replacing the Franklin. The half dollar coins were struck in 90% silver in 1964. The coin was designed by Gilroy Roberts and Frank Gasparro. These particular coins were bought by a collector in the early 70s.
These half dollars were examined by a coin expert in early 1970's, to label these coins. Coins were labeled as "BU", which stands for Briliant Unciculated. Briliant Uncirculated- Means that the coin described is in mint condition, although not necessarily perfect condition with its original mint lustre. These coins were placed into rolls around circa 1970 and have been untouched ever since, they may have some unfound numismatic treasures.
Condition: All of these are in BU condition based on markings done back in 1970's by a coin expert our client hired. May have slightly oxidized with the air See pictures.
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