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 approved. Flashy white luster with a sharp strike and excellent eye appeal.
CAC approved. Gorgeous frosty white luster and a solid strike. There are just a couple of minuscule marks, which coupled with the excellent eye appeal, makes the 63+ grade seem conservative.
Rich white luster with just the barest trace of color mainly at the rim. The strike is very sharp and the overall quality exceeds what you'd expect for an MS-64!
CAC approved. Well struck with bright mint luster and light golden toning. Very attractive.
Crisp mint luster and a solid strike with delicate toning mainly at the rim.
Nice brilliant luster and well struck. Bright white on the obverse with a light golden-tan hue on the upper-left third of the reverse. Great eye appeal and a coin that looks nicer than its assigned grade!
CAC stickered. Gorgeous frosty champagne surfaces and a sharp strike.
CAC approved. Mostly white with light speckled toning and just the barest trace of wear.
A pleasing, well struck coin with brilliant mint luster.
Crisp white luster with strong eye appeal. A bit soft thru the center but much better struck and this date usually comes.
Satiny white luster and a very pleasing appearance with only minor contact marks. Very nice for the grade.
Flashy mint luster with a light golden hue. Very attractive.
Lite silver tone with a touch of gold.
Well struck with light silver-gray, lustrous surfaces. Nearly mint state.
Nice lustrous surfaces with light lavender toning. Very well struck with strong head detail, nearly full skirt lines, and thumb separation. The reverse is equally well struck on this impressive early 'Walker'!