Walking Liberty Half Dollars 1916 - 1947

The Walking Liberty Half Dollar was introduced in 1916 as a replacement for the Barber design, symbolizing the United States' commitment to liberty and freedom. Its release coincided with the country's involvement in World War I, serving as a patriotic representation during a crucial period in American history. Minted until 1947, it became one of the longest-running designs in American coinage, captivating collectors worldwide due to its profound historical significance.


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