1939 PR67 ANACS Walking Liberty Half Dollar (#10-1939-DA020)

Produced between 1916 and 1947, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar is arguably the most beautiful coin design ever struck by the United States Mint.

The coin's obverse features Adolph A. Weinman's design of a flag-draped Lady Liberty striding confidently toward the rising sun. She is portrayed with her right hand outstretched in bestowal of the spirit of liberty. In her left arm, she carries a bouquet of laurel and oak which symbolize civil and military glory. Revered by collectors around the world, this beloved design has been adapted for use on the American Silver Eagle.

Weinman's design for the reverse depicts a bald eagle perched atop a mountain precipice with its wings unfurled and ready for flight. A pine sapling can be seen growing from a crevice in the rock, its needles cradling the inscription 'E Pluribus Unum.' Adolph Weinman's initials appear in the lower right field just beneath the eagle's wing.

Graded PR67 by ANACS, this Walking Liberty Half Dollar was struck in 90% silver and exhibits the brilliant luster that can only be found in uncirculated proof coins. Avoid disappointment and order yours today.

Weight: 12.5 g
Diameter: 30.61 mm
Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper