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.
CAC. Very sharply struck with lustrous champagne-white surfaces. Free of distracting marks and a coin that seems a point under-graded. Old green label holder.
Satiny white luster with golden-champagne mostly along the periphery. The strike is sharp and the eye appeal is strong.
Satiny white luster and a very sharp strike with minimal marks.
Sharply struck surfaces exhibit a blend of rich champagne and golden-white luster. A popular first-year issue.
Lustrous mostly white surfaces with light toning and just the slightest wear.
Attractive satiny white surfaces with just a touch of peripheral color. The strike is sharp and the look is quite appealing.
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 4 coins have graded finer at PCGS.
A spectacular blast white Gem with a strong strike and nearly flawless satiny surfaces. Super eye appeal!
Uncirculated Details. Cleaned.
Creamy lustrous surfaces and a super sharp strike. Marks are trivial and of no significance. Quite attractive.
Blast white satiny surfaces. The strike is quite nice for an issue known to come poorly struck. Marks are minor and trivial. While common in lower grade, coins at this grade level are very elusive. Only 3 coins grade finer at NGC.
Lustrous champagne-white surfaces and a solid strike.
A beautiful near-Gem example of this scarce date. Well struck with outstanding surfaces that are very clean and exhibit vibrant satin-white luster.
A fresh original coin with strong frosty luster. The surfaces are devoid of distracting abrasions. Eye appeal is excellent.
Gorgeous thick white luster radiates across surfaces that offer a very clean look for the grade. The strike is solid on an issue notorious for poor strikes. NGC lists only 4 coins as numerically finer and all are only 1 point higher. A standout and very desirable coin.
CAC. A beautiful champagne core with rich russet peripheral toning. An outstanding example of this scarce date and a coin that oozes originality!
CAC. Brilliant white surfaces exhibit strong luster and a very clean look for the grade. The strike holds its own on a date notorious for weakness. A tough date in all grades that is very elusive at this level.
XF Details - Cleaned.
A beautiful example of this scarce date with a satiny white core framed by a touch of toning. The surfaces are silky smooth and devoid of significant marks.
Well struck with vibrant luster, minimal marks, and light golden-gray toning.