The standard 2010 Kennedy half dollars are made of a clad composition that contains 75% copper and 25% nickel. Clad proof half dollars and silver proof half dollars were also minted and they sell for more money. Keep reading to learn more about these coins.

2010 Half Dollar

The US minted the 2010 P half dollar, 2010 D half dollar, 2010 S proof half dollar, and 2010 S silver proof half dollar.

Proof coins are essentially coins that have more detail. They are minted on special planchets and it takes longer to produce them. They are specifically made for collectors so you won't find any in your spare change.

Note: The mint mark can be found on the obverse side of each coin.

Series Location Quantity Minted
2010 P Philadelphia 1,800,000
2010 D Denver 1,700,000
2010 S Proof San Francisco 1,103,815
2010 S Silver Proof San Francisco 585,401

Clad Half Dollars

The standard 2010 clad half dollars in circulated condition are only worth their face value of $0.50. These coins only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition.

Both the 2010 P half dollar and 2010 D half dollar are each worth around $2 in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade.

The 2010 S proof half dollar is worth around $5 in PR 65 condition.

Silver Proof Half Dollar

This coin is worth at least its weight in silver. The silver melt value for this coin is $6.51 as of January 19, 2020. This melt value is calculated from the current silver spot price of $18.00 per ounce.

The 2010 S silver proof half dollar is worth around $14 in PR 65 condition.

Grading System

MS 63 choice uncirculated- In the major focal areas there are some blemishes or contact marks. The coin's luster might not be as prominent.

PR 65 proof- There are no flaws to this coin. A few blemishes may be present.

 

Sources:

The Red Book