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Liberty Walking Halves

Liberty Walking Half Dollar

Common, scarce and rare Liberty Walking (or Walking Liberty) half dollars (U.S.; 1916-1947; also known as halves) for collectors and investors. If you don't see what you're looking for, please contact us. Thank you!

"Weinman's design of Liberty striding towards the Sun for the half dollar proved difficult to perfect, and Treasury Secretary William G. McAdoo, whose department included the Mint, considered having Barber create his own design. Mint officials were successful in getting Weinman's design into production, although it never struck very well, which may have been a factor in its replacement by the Franklin half dollar beginning in 1948." — Wikipedia

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"The mintage low occurred with the 1921-D at 208,000 coins, and the mintage high occurred in 1943 when 53,190,000 coins were minted in Philadelphia." — WalkingLibertyHalfDollar.com

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