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.
Very well struck with vibrant mint luster and a light golden hue. The surfaces are very clean with no significant marks.
CAC approved. Well struck with bright mint luster and light golden toning. Very attractive.
Very well struck with crisp brilliant luster that displays a faint golden hue.
Fresh creamy mint luster and a solid strike. Minimal abrasions and a premium quality coin for the grade.
CAC approved. Mostly white with light speckled toning and just the barest trace of wear.
Frosty white luster and a solid strike. An attractive example of this tough date.
CAC. Intense brilliant mint luster with just a trace of gold and a lot of 'flash'! The strike is very strong and the surfaces show minimal abrasions.
Well struck with light silver-gray, lustrous surfaces. Nearly mint state.
CAC. Very well struck with creamy white luster and no significant marks.
A touch of weakness in the center but much better struck than this scarce date usually comes. The luster is vibrant and white with beautiful surfaces that are nearly mark-free. Only a handful have graded better and they bring multiples of what we're asking for this lovely coin.
Beautiful original surfaces that are mostly brilliant with just a touch of toning. This is a very pleasing near-Gem example of this scarce date.