50 Cents KM205 United States
|KM#||205||Dates||1976||Notes||Kennedy Half Dollar (Bicentennial)|
John F. Kennedy in profile, facing to the left, with hair parted on the left-hand side. In large lettering around the top half of the coin is written “LIBERTY", with the B, E, and R slightly obscured by Kennedy's hair. In a straight line across the bottom quarter of the coin is written in small lettering “IN GOD WE TRUST”, with Kennedy's neck separating IN GOD and WE TRUST. Along the bottom edge of the coin is written "1776-1976".
A detailed picture of the Independence Hall, complete with windows, doors and a clock in the bell tower. Beneath it is written in small lettering "INDEPENDENCE HALL", to the left of it "200 YEARS OF FREEDOM" over three lines, and to the right of it "E PLURIBUS UNUM", each word to its own line. In a ring around the top half of the coin is written in bigger lettering "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and at the bottom is written "HALF DOLLAR". In a small downward arc above HALF DOLLAR and below INDEPENDENCE HALL are thirteen stars.