American circulation coins underwent a massive transformation in the early 20th century. Among the most prominent designs to emerge during this period was Walking Liberty. Originally featured on the US half-cent piece, Walking Liberty has been recreated on various silver coins, silver rounds, and even copper rounds. Today, 1 oz Copper SilverTowne Walking Liberty Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of protective flips, tubes of 16, or boxes of 400!
- Offers a vision of Walking Liberty!
- Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- Walking Liberty graces the obverse of the round.
- An American bald eagle and a single star feature on the reverse of the round.
Adolph A. Weinman created the image of Walking Liberty in 1916 at the end of a major transition period for US coin designs. Prior to the early 20th century, the last major coin redesign occurred in 1892 when US Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber created images of Liberty for use on the dime, quarter, and half-dollar. Weinman’s Walking Liberty replaced Barber’s design on the half-dollar coin and remained there until 1947.
All of the 1 oz Copper SilverTowne Walking Liberty Rounds in this listing are available to you with individual flips or bulk options for multiples. Mint tubes are available for quantities up to 16 copper rounds and a box is available containing a total of 400 rounds housed inside of 25 separate tubes. All copper rounds are available in brand-new condition.
The obverse of the Copper SilverTowne Walking Liberty Round features the image of Walking Liberty. She is depicted in left-profile relief with the American flag draped over her shoulders as she walks toward the sun on the horizon. Her left hand clutches the branches of oak and laurel symbolizing the civic and military prowess of the United States.
Walking Liberty was one of three designs introduced in 1916 to replace Barber Coinage designs, and part of a broader effort that saw US gold coins and the nickel redesigned as well in the period from 1905 to 1916. Walking Liberty wasn’t Weinman’s only design to win a place on US coins in 1916. His Winged Liberty design appeared on the dime and now features on the Palladium American Eagle bullion coin, with Walking Liberty gracing the Silver American Eagle bullion coins.
On the reverse of 1 oz Copper SilverTowne Walking Liberty Rounds is the image of an American bald eagle. Common to many SilverTowne copper rounds, this side of the round includes an American bald eagle with its wings stretched and talons flexed to capture its prey. The initials “USA” are inscribed below two horizontal lines and there is a single star in the design field.
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