One of the most iconic designs to ever grace the surface of American currency was Walking Liberty. Designed in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman, the image was used on the US half dollar from 1916 to 1947. It was so well-loved in circulation that it was revived in 1986 for the United States Mint to use on the Silver American Eagle bullion coins. Right now, 1 oz Copper D’Anconia Walking Liberty Rounds are available to purchase online from Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside protective flips, plastic tubes of 20 rounds, or boxes of 500 rounds!
- Stunning replica of the Walking Liberty design!
- Produced in the United States of America!
- Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- The obverse features Walking Liberty.
- On the reverse is an American bald eagle.
Each 1 oz Copper D’Anconia Walking Liberty Round is available to you as a new product from D’Anconia Copper. These new copper rounds from the mint come with protective flips, while multiples are packaged in plastic tubes of 20 rounds or boxes of 500 rounds. Each box holds a maximum of 25 individual 20-round tubes.
Walking Liberty remains one of the most coveted designs in American coining history. Still alive and well today on the Silver American Eagles, the image is believed to have been inspired by a French coin design known as The Sower, a left-profile relief of a full-length female figure. The Sower was shown with one extended sowing seeds in a field and wearing a Phrygian cap on her head.
The obverse side of Copper D’Anconia Walking Liberty Rounds comes with a depiction of Weinman’s Walking Liberty effigy. This full-length figure of Liberty is set in left-profile relief with her right hand extended toward the sun and her left carrying branches of oak and laurel. The design includes an American flag draped around her figure. As she walks along the horizon, she moves toward a sun rising over a mountaintop.
On the reverse face of 1 oz Copper Walking Liberty Rounds is an image of the American bald eagle. This design was also created in 1916 by Weinman and features the bald eagle perched on a rock ledge. The eagle is in left-profile relief and raises its wings with a sapling in its talons.
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