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.
This fabulous first year 'Walker' displays rich cream white luster over silky smooth, nearly mark-free surfaces. The strike is very sharp with full head detail, thumb separation, and strong skirt lines. The reverse is equally sharp and the overall eye appeal is outstanding.
Well struck with flashy brilliant luster. A pleasing example of this scarce first year 'Walker'.
This scarce first year 'Walker' had the fourth lowest mintage in the entire series. The present example is very well struck with satiny cream-white surfaces and just a trace of toning at the rim. Outstanding eye appeal.
Highly lustrous and well struck. Mostly white with a touch of gold.
CAC. Very well struck and nearly mark-free with rich lustrous surfaces that display a faint champagne hue. A beautiful early 'Walker' and very high-end for the grade!
An attractive early 'Walker' with lustrous surfaces and nice golden-tan toning.
Stunning blast white luster and a great strike. Fantastic eye appeal and just a couple of trivial marks away from perfection.
A beautiful frosty white example of this better early date with a sharp strike and outstanding eye appeal. The 63 grade seems too conservative as this coin has a better 'look' than most examples that grade a point or two higher!
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 holder!
Frosty white luster and strong eye appeal on this tough early 'Walker'.
Well struck with rich mint luster that is brilliant in the center with russet-gold toning developing to the rim. Refreshingly original and very attractive.