You can begin or expand your collection of Liberty Walking half dollars with this PDS six-coin set of scarcer 1935 and 1936 halves. You’ll enjoy elusive Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mint issues from each year. These collector favorites feature an obverse Liberty design so popular that it was brought back on silver American Eagles of 1986 to date.
Struck in 90% silver, the 1935 half dollars were minted the year Social Security became law, and the WPA was established – which put millions of Americans back to work during the Great Depression. The 1936 half dollars were struck during the year Franklin Roosevelt won a second term as U.S. president in a landslide, the construction of Hoover Dam was completed, and America’s Jesse Owens won four gold medals in track and field at the Berlin Olympics.
All over 75 years old, these scarcer 1935-1936 Liberty Walking silver half dollars in affordable circulated condition are encapsulated in Air-tite holders, and come with a deluxe display case. Order these collector favorites now and SAVE off individual prices!
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: Mixed Years