Adolph A. Weinman’s design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar is arguably one of the most beautiful designs used on a U.S. silver coin.
Walking Liberty Halves were made in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco from 1916 to 1947.
Incredibly intense mint luster that is blast white on the obverse and has a very faint golden hue on the reverse. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces are spectacular!
Very sharply struck with rich satiny luster and a light golden hue on the reverse.
Well struck with crisp white luster and a trace of peripheral toning.
CAC. Well struck with lustrous original surfaces displaying rich shades of gold, lime and orange. Excellent eye appeal for collectors that like color!
Well struck with satiny white luster and just a tiny touch of gold at the edges.
A sharp strike and blazing mint luster give this stunning early 'Walker' wonderful eye appeal!
Very well struck with beautiful swirling cream-white luster. The head, thumb, and skirt lines all show strong detail and the fields are devoid of any distracting marks. This is one of the 'keys' to the series and a true condition rarity. Only 5 coins have graded finer at PCGS.
Well struck with crisp brilliant luster and minimal marks.
CAC. Rich satiny luster with a cream-white core and delicate lime, russet, and gold toning mainly at the periphery. A great looking early 'Walker' that is devoid of significant marks.
Mostly white luster and a strong strike with no significant marks.
Rich satiny luster with a faint golden hue over beautiful problem-free surfaces. A near-Gem example of this better date.
An exceptionally nice early 'Walker' with rich satiny luster enhanced by a dusting of light original toning. The strike is very sharp and the eye appeal is top notch!
Beautiful brilliant white surfaces with a touch of peripheral light gold. Most examples are poorly struck, but this piece is a delightful exception. Ms. Liberty's head is nearly full and her thumb is full and distinct. The eagle's feathering is strong. Marks are well within expectations for the grade and of no significance. An exceptional example of this better date.
CAC. Well struck with highly lustrous original surfaces that display light gold and russet toning.