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.
Extra Fine to Almost Uncirculated.
Cream-white luster and a sharp strike with just a touch of toning.
Flashy brilliant mint luster with a champagne hue. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces are exceptional for the grade.
CAC. Nice satiny mint luster with a light sprinkle of russet toning. The strike is strong and the eye appeal is outstanding.
Super fresh frosty white luster with just a bare trace of toning at the rim. The strike is very sharp and the eye appeal is exceptional.
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".
Beautiful satiny white luster and a sharp strike with nearly flawless surfaces.
CAC. Well struck and lustrous with pleasing champagne-gold surfaces and just the barest touch of 'friction'.
CAC. Vibrant white luster with a touch of russet toning. The strike is sharp and the surfaces are nearly mark-free.
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.
A pleasing example of this better early date 'Walker' with crisp brilliant luster and an excellent strike.
CAC. Well struck with crisp white luster and just the barest tough of 'friction'. Better eye appeal than most coins in middle mint state level holders!
CAC. Flashy silver-gray luster and a solid strike for the issue.
Crisp champagne-white luster over pleasing clean surfaces. The strike is sharp and the eye appeal is outstanding for this scarce early 'Walker'.