1943 Liberty Walking Half Dollar CIRC


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The 1943 Liberty Walking half dollars were struck during World War II at the main U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. Bearing A. A. Weinman`s artistically pleasing and highly acclaimed design, these 90% silver coins depict a full-length figure of Liberty striding toward the rising sun of a new day. The reverse features a superbly detailed eagle perched upon a mountain crag. A pine sapling represents the spirit of America. Add the 1943 Liberty "Walker" to your collection today.