The Walking Liberty Half Dollar is considered to be one of the most beautiful and desirable American coins ever released for circulation. The Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollar was designed by Adolf A. Weinman. It was first struck in 1916 and went out of circulation in 1947.
- Contains 10 oz of .999 fine silver.
- Minted at the Highland Mint in the United States.
- Design features the Walking Liberty image.
- All bars come in new condition.
These ten troy ounce silver bars feature a wonderfully detailed reverse engraving of this design at the top of each bar. Directly underneath the engraved Walking Liberty coin design is the exact weight and purity of the silver bar, engraved in decorative script. The reverse side of the bar is engraved in a slip-resistant elegant lattice pattern. The edges are neatly beveled, for a smooth and secure feel in the hand.
The new 10 oz Walking Liberty Silver Bars from Highland Mint are made of .999 percent pure silver. It is a piece that is as beautiful as it is valuable. The engraved Lady Liberty is matte-finished and fully rendered. Each fold of her robe and flag are clearly visible. Her arm full of symbolic laurel and oak gleam softly. Behind her, the rays of the rising sun are deeply and clearly engraved. The background has been mirror polished, for the ultimate visual difference.
The body of the bar is lightly polished, allowing the coin engraving to visually ‘pop’ out from the background. The lettering is a true matte-polish. It is nicely engraved, allowing each individual letter to be felt.
The 10 oz Walking Liberty Silver Bars are a wonderful addition to any collection. If you have any questions or would like to add these bars to your portfolio call us at 1-888-989-7223. You can also complete our encrypted and 100% secure checkout process.