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.
Flashy white luster and a sharp strike. A nice example of this popular first year 'Walker'.
Flashy white luster with a touch of color at the rim. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces are beautiful with no significant marks.
Gold CAC. Gorgeous original surfaces with satiny champagne-white luster and a sharp strike. The rare gold CAC sticker indicates the coin "has exceeded CAC's stringent grading standards".
CAC. Rich creamy luster.
Nearly full white luster and super flashy!
Vibrant brilliant luster with a light champagne hue. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces reveal only minimal insignificant marks.
Vibrant mint luster with a brilliant core and attractive light toning that strengthens at the rim. The strike is extremely sharp and the surfaces are devoid of significant marks.
Beautiful frosty mint luster that is mostly white with nice light peripheral toning. The strike is sharp and the surfaces display minimal marks.
A pleasing example of this better early date 'Walker' with crisp brilliant luster and an excellent strike.
Crisp champagne-white luster over pleasing clean surfaces. The strike is sharp and the eye appeal is outstanding for this scarce early 'Walker'.
A spectacular blast white Gem with a strong strike and nearly flawless satiny surfaces. Super eye appeal!
Attractive satiny white luster displays a bit of champagne accent. The strike is sharp and the look is very clean for the grade.
Flashy mostly white luster with just a touch of toning. The strike is sharp and the surfaces are outstanding for the grade.
A very pleasing example of this better early 'Walker' with satiny mint luster that is mostly white with a tiny touch of toning at the rim. The strike is above average for this issue and the eye appeal is considerable!
CAC. Vibrant brilliant mint luster and a solid strike with exceptionally nice surfaces that are minimally abraded. In an early green label holder.
Lustrous creamy surfaces with light gold highlights. The strike is solid and marks are minimal. While common in circulated grade, this issue is quite scarce in this near-Gem grade.
A beautiful near-Gem example of this scarce date. Well struck with outstanding surfaces that are very clean and exhibit vibrant satin-white luster.
Problem-free battleship-gray surfaces. A super tough date in any condition, in a grade that is highly desirable.