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  1. Hello everyone, Out of these Kennedy Halfs which do you recommend I take for grading? I took photo's thru 1981. I am unfamiliar as to when they become considered all cameos because of new technology etc. The set actually has cameos up through 1999. Also curious would you consider any of these deep cameo? what differentiates, deep from just cameo? Thank you for your considerations! Pauline
  2. CoinToken

    Alot of half dollars

    i have so many and i don't want to get base anyone can help me out im not at collecting ill post what i have so far.
  3. Do you know why this 2002 Kennedy Half Dollar isn't shinny? This coin seems to still have some cartwheel mint luster. But, the finish is more matte than silver. I don't really want to clean it, just to see if it's covered in thin film of dirt. The matte color is rather uniform. I am new to collecting NIFS Kennedy Half Dollars, so I haven't seen too much variation. Any ideas? Thanks.
  4. I came across this Kennedy Half dollar in rough shape. However, on the reverse at 10 o'clock and obverse at 8 o'clock there seems to be a lamination mint error. But, I have not seen a lamination mint error in person before. So, do you think this a lamination mint error or not? Thanks.
  5. This is not a Hawaiian related entry.... In all accounts, the true precursor design of the reverse side of the Kennedy half dollar is from the Class 5 Kennedy President of the United States (POTUS) special Government medal (sGm). You have to remember that this Class 5 medal was struck while President Kennedy was still alive. The precursor proof is the placement of the designer's initial "FG" (Frank Gasparro) in a familiar position (see video at time 1:38). This was one of the most interesting historical facts I uncovered in my research.