The silver Walking Liberty half dollar coin is an inspiring design that pays tribute to Lady Liberty in a great way. It has her on the obverse in stride moving towards a rising sun and it really embraces America’s ever developing freedoms and democracy. With these silver coins that were struck between the years 1916 and 1947 (with a few breaks) there are some very key dates. Below we will review what we believe are the top 3 and at the bottom the most common as well.
- 1921D (Denver) – there were only 208,000 for these made making it the lowest mintage of any Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Currently (06/07/2012) you might expect to pay two or three hundred for one in good condition and for an example in uncirculated way into the thousands and easily 5 figures for a gem.
- 1921 (Philadelphia no mint mark) – 246,000 of these were produced making it the second most rare key date. Good currently (as of this writing 6/07/2012) might cost one over $100 and for uncirculated easily into the thousands of dollars.
- 1938D – there were only 491,600 of these coins made making it third least common. For good expect around $100 and for one in a lower uncirculated state around $1000.
Now for the most common silver Walking Liberties which were all struck in Philadelphia during these years:
1943 – 53.19 million made
1942 – 47.818 million struck
1945 – 31.502 million produced
Below is one of the common date coins we have.
Koin perak kuno dari negara Amerika Walking Liberty lima puluh cents.