90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves Roll (20pcs.)

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    Lowest Price Online!! The 90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves Roll contains 20 half dollars in circulated condition and are packaged in a single coin tube. 90% silver is also called "junk" silver because of the numismatic value of the coins and not the actual condition. Ranging from good condition and so forth, the 90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves Roll will have mixed common dates for the curious investor. The Walking Liberty Half Dollar was minted from 1916-1947, before being replaced by the Franklin Half Dollar. At the time, it was the law to wait 25 years before designing a new coin. The Barber design was well over 25 years old, allowing the Mint Director to change the design on all denominations. Weinman is also known for his Mercury dime design, which was minted around the same time as the Walking Liberty.

    Adolph A. Weinman was the sculptor who won a competition and was allowed to design the new dime and half dollar. The Walking Liberty design has gone down in history as one of the most stunning coins to ever be minted. But it definitely wasn't the easiest. After 30 years of serving as US half dollar, the Walking Liberty was retired, due to its die difficulties. The obverse portrays Lady Liberty as a Grecian goddess, holding one arm in invitation and the other occupied with olive branches. The date of mintage is inscribed in a small font underneath Liberty's sandaled feet. The reverse reveals a prominent American Bald Eagle, perched on a branch, with wings outstretched. The coin's denomination is also placed under the eagle's talons.

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