1989 Kennedy Half Dollar Value Guide (Incld. Rare Varieties)

The 1989 Kennedy half a dollar has a value of 50 cents, a mass of 11.34 grams, a diameter of 30.6 mm, and a thickness of 2.15 mm.

For example, the eagle symbolizes a lot of the virtues that Americans value the most, which include courage, truth, and freedom.

The eagle clutches an olive branch on its right talon, which represents peace. On the left talon, the eagle clutches arrows which represent readiness to go to war to protect the country.

In front of the eagle is a shield that represents the colonies. The eagle also holds a ribbon that bears the words, “E Pluribus Unum,” which means “Out of many, one.”

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1989 Kennedy Half Dollar Varieties The 1989 Kennedy half dollar comes in different varieties. Each of them comes with unique features and background details. Here are some of them:

1989-P Kennedy Half Dollar The 1989-P Kennedy half a dollar was produced in the Philadelphia mint. The typical selling price of this coin is around $0.50 to $5.00.

1989-D Kennedy Half Dollar The same as the 1989 P version, the 1989 Kennedy D half a dollar is typically sold at around $0.50 to $5.00. However, rare and beautiful coins can be sold for a few hundred dollars.

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