Certified Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS64 (Our Choice)

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    Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was produced from 1916-1947. After the barrage of the Barber designs on the dime, quarter, and half dollars, the new Mint Engraver, Robert W. Woolley, discovered it was the law to discontinue a coin series after it has been produced for 25 years. Woolley approached the Commission of Fine Arts to hold a competition for the new design on the half dollar and Weinman became the winner of designing the new dime and half dollar. Although the Walking Liberty design is considered one of the most stunning designs in coin history, the design itself was a struggle to strike. After 31 years in production, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was replaced by the Franklin Half Dollar.

    The Certified Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS64 (Our Choice) enables serious collectors the chance to own a MS64 grade coin without the high premium! For this humble price, we pick the date you will receive and in turn, you will own a highly graded coin, certified by one of the most reputable grading agencies in the world! NGC specializes in assigning grades to coins and is respected worldwide. NGC places their certified coins in a airtight plastic holder, labeled with the coin's earned grade, which cannot be denied since it is certified. The Certified Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS64 (Our Choice) will also most likely be a common date and is non-negotiable at the time of purchase. BU Walking Liberty Half Dollars can receive anywhere from MS60-MS70, although anything above MS67 is quite uncommon for the hundred year old coin. There are three mints that produced the Walking Liberty Half Dollar and any of these mints could land in your collection. The Philadelphia Mint, which did not place marks on their coins. The Denver Mint, which marks its coins with a prominent "D." And the San Francisco Mint, with the "S" mint-mark signifying its origin of mintage.

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