Feb. 24 sales begin at noon Eastern Time from the U.S. Mint,
comprising 200-coin mixed bags and two-roll sets of
circulation-quality 2016-P and 2016-D Kennedy half dollars.
The copper-nickel clad coins are struck at the Philadelphia and
Denver Mints. Since 2002, the U.S. Mint has struck Kennedy half
dollars in circulation quality for only numismatic product options,
priced above face value, with none of the coins released into general
circulation through the Federal Reserve bank.
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The 200-coin bags contain 100 coins struck at Denver
and 100 struck at Philadelphia, all packaged in one Mint-sewn canvas
bag. Each bag is offered at $139.95.
The two-roll set, offered at $32.95, contains one
20-coin roll apiece from the two production facilities.
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