The Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar began minting in 1916. Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the obverse features a full-length figure of Liberty striding toward the dawn of a new day. She is carrying branches of laurel and oak symbolizing civil and military glory. The reverse depicts a majestic eagle perched on a mountain crag, wings unfolded in a pose suggesting power, and clutching a pine sapling in its right talon. Weinman initials “AW” can be found directly under the eagle’s tail feathers.
Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollars are sold in Good or Better condition.
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Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar Lots: 1941-1945