Yeah, my first indirect question.
Stephen Searer of http://www.stephensearer.com/ made a comment on the coin he has at the top right hand side. He owns a nice Bicentennial Kennedy Half Dollar. Here's the stats...
Year: 1776-1976D (the D is for Denver one of the U.S. mints)
Metal: Copper-nickel clad (there is a silver version that exist)
Mintage: 287,565,248 (the most common of all Kennedy Halves)
Value: MS-63 $1.50 (MS is mint state)
Coin grades range generally from 1 to 70, 1 being barely readable and 70 being judged perfect/flawless. Stephen's coin would rank low because it's relatively new yet has lots of surface scratches. So it only has the $0.50 face value maybe as time goes on or if they change the Half Dollar design it may increase in value like the Quarters did.
Thanks for the visit.