These one troy ounce 99.9% fine silver bullion rounds feature the profoundly popular image of Walking Liberty and are produced by the Highland Mint. The graceful design of Walking Liberty has charmed collectors since its initial release in 1916 and certainly serves as a credit to the portfolios of modern collectors and investors.
Adolf A Weinman’s design for the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar was the second design for the coin, replacing Charles E. Barber’s rather stoic Head of Liberty design. Walking Liberty Half-Dollars were minted from 1916 through 1947. Many collectors concur with numismatic historian Cornelius Vermeule, who considered the design of Walking Liberty to be among the most beautiful in the history of US coins.
The reverse side of the round features Weinman’s stately design of an eagle crowned with 13 five-pointed stars, which represented the original 13 colonies. It is Weinman’s adaptation of an image that he created for the American Institute of Architects, and it is very similar to Barber’s previous design for the reverse side of the half-dollar.
Silver.com is proud to offer a variety of other Walking Liberty pieces produced by the Highland Mint in premium quality fine silver bars as well. Collectors and investors are invited to purchase medallions and ingot bars in an assortment of sizes with price reductions for larger quantities and a four-percent price reduction for orders paid by check and wire.
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