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Denomination: $0.50 U.S. Dollar
Designer: John R. Sinnock (1948)
Diameter: 30.6 mm (1.205 inches)
Edge: Reeded
Thickness: 2.15 mm (0.085 inches)
Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Silver Content: 0.3617 Troy Ounce
Total Weight: 12.50 grams
Date Minted Location Quantity Minted Notes
1948 Philadelphia 3,006,814
1948 D Denver 4,028,600
1949 Philadelphia 5,614,000
1949 D Denver 4,120,600
1949 S San Francisco 3,744,000
1950 Philadelphia 7,742,123
1950 D Denver 8,031,600
1951 Philadelphia 16,802,102
1951 D Denver 9,475,200
1951 S San Francisco 13,696,000
1952 Philadelphia 21,192,093
1952 D Denver 25,395,600
1952 S San Francisco 5,526,000
1953 Philadelphia 2,668,120
1953 D Denver 20,900,400
1953 S San Francisco 4,148,000
1954 Philadelphia 13,188,203
1954 D Denver 25,445,580
1954 S San Francisco 4,993,400
1955 Philadelphia 2,498,181
1956 Philadelphia 4,032,000
1957 Philadelphia 5,114,000
1957 D Denver 19,966,850
1958 Philadelphia 4,042,000
1958 D Denver 23,962,412
1959 Philadelphia 6,200,000
1959 D Denver 13,053,750
1960 Philadelphia 6,024,000
1960 D Denver 18,215,812
1961 Philadelphia 8,290,000
1961 D Denver 20,276,442
1962 Philadelphia 9,714,000
1962 D Denver 35,473,281
1963 Philadelphia 22,164,000
1963 D Denver 67,069,292

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