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$10 Face Value Walking Liberty Half Dollars 90% Silver 20-Coin Roll - No Dates

 
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$10 Face Value Walking Liberty Half Dollars 90% Silver 20-Coin Roll - No Dates

 

Please note that the coins have sufficient wear that the exact date is not readable.

The Walking Liberty Half Dollars are pre-1965 silver coins which were minted from 1916-1947. The silver content in these coins is 90% with 10% copper alloy. The designer of the coin is Adolph A. Weinman. It is one of the most popular designs in the U.S. Coinage. The coin was received very well upon its release and became an instant hit. Even till today, collectors and investors prefer investing in these coins due to their high artistic appeal and intrinsic value.

Now you can buy the Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars with No Dates in a bulk of 20-coin roll with a face value of $10 in total.

Coin Features:

  • Each coin in the roll contains 0.3575 (approx) Troy Ounce of pure silver. Total weight of 20 coins approximately 7.15 Troy Ounces.
  • Each coin in the roll is in Circulated Condition.
  • Coin Designer - Adolph A. Weinman.
  • Minted from 1916-1947. Coins will be chosen randomly based on availability within the mentioned period.
  • Mint issues chosen randomly based on availability could be from Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (D), and/or San Francisco (S).
  • Comes in a clear protective plastic roll containing 20 Walking Liberty Half Dollars with No Dates for a total of $10 face value.
  • Obverse: Features a full-length figure of Lady Liberty walking with outstretched hands towards the rising sun with her gown and the draped flag billowing around her. She is holding olive and oak branches in one hand to symbolize peace and strength. Inscriptions - “IN GOD WE TRUST,” “LIBERTY,” and Year of Mintage maybe faded.
  • Reverse: Features a majestic eagle perched on a mountain cliff with wings unfolded showing fearless spirit. A mountain pine is springing from the rock crevice symbolical of America. Inscriptions - “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “HALF DOLLAR,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”

A misunderstanding of the 1890 Act by the mint director Robert W. Woolley led to the minting of Walking Liberty Half Dollar in 1916. He felt it was required of the Mint director to replace an old design with a new design, although it was not compulsory. This marked the end of the boring Barber coinage. All the denominations; the dime, quarter, and a half dollar; all had a similar design in the Barber coinage.

It was Woolley’s idea to have different designs for different denominations with the new coins. A competition held between three sculptors from New York City, Hermon A. MacNeil, Albin Polasek and Adolph A. Weinman, lead to the selection of designs for the new coins. Among the three sculptors, it was Adolph A. Weinman, whose designs were chosen for a dime and half dollars; MacNeil’s design was selected for the quarter dollar; sadly none of Polasek’s designs were selected.

The Walking Liberty Half Dollar is nicknamed the Walkers. The Walkers were released during the tumultuous times of World War I and it served the nation through the Great Depression as well as World War II.

Adolph A. Weinman was a very popular sculptor of his time. He was born in Germany and moved to the United States at the age of 10. He became a student of August Saint-Gaudens and by 1915, he had become an extremely popular sculptor in the nation.

It is believed that Weinman got his inspiration for the Walking Liberty from the Oscar Roty’s “Sower” design on the French Coin. Also, he might have drawn inspiration for the face of Liberty and the olive and oak branches that she is holding from his previous work - Baltimore Union Soldiers and Soldier’s Union. It is also believed that the facial features were inspired by the bust he had made for Elsie Stevens, wife of a famous poet and lawyer Wallace Stevens. As per Elsie and Wallace Stevens’ daughter Holly Stevens, her mother’s facial features were used for both Walking Liberty as well as the Mercury Dime.

Walking Liberty is an amazing coin with immense historical significance and is held in high esteems among the numismatists for its great artistic appeal. It also attracts investors because of its high silver content.

Browse our vast collection of Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars and other US Silver Coins, and feel free to contact us at 800-852-6884 if you have any questions in regards to any of our products.

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