$100 Face Bag - 200 Coins - 90% Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars
This $100 Face Bag of Walking Liberty Half Dollars has 200 coins that bear what is arguably the most beloved imagery in American coinage. The coins are classics and are widely recognized even by those who do not collect silver. This is part of the reason that they are so attractive among those who live in areas in which gold and silver are used as legal tender.
Design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar
The obverse of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was designed by Adolph Weinman. Lady Liberty, draped in the American flag, is walking toward the left side of the coin. She carries symbols of civilian and military honors, branches of laurel and oak, in her left hand, while her right hand extends to the upper left of the coin. The sun sets behind a mountain on the horizon in the lower left. The date of the coin is inscribed under Liberty’s right foot, while the national motto, “IN GOD WE TRUST,” appears over the left. Her name, “LIBERTY,” arches over the scene.
On the reverse, which was also designed by Weinman, an eagle is perched atop a mountain with its wings partially spread. To the bird’s left is an olive branch, a symbol of peace, and an inscription of the motto that appears on the Great Seal of the United States, “E PLURIBUS UNUM” (From many, one. “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” the country of issue, is inscribed along the rim at the top, while the face value, “HALF DOLLAR,” is noted below the eagle’s perch. Just to the right of that is an inscription with the letters “AW” on top of each other, which are the initials of the designer. Coins minted in 1916 may have mint marks on the obverse, but coins from later years have their mint marks under the olive branch on the reverse.
Why add this $100 Face Bag of Walking Liberty Half Dollars to your collection?
This $100 Face Bag of Walking Liberty Half Dollars provides a fast and easy way to add 71.5 Troy oz. of silver to your stack. The coins are .900 pure, which is also known as “constitutional silver.” These coins are very popular with people who like using silver as a medium of exchange because the silver weight of individual coins, .36169 Troy oz., is more convenient than full oz.
|Year of Issue:||1916-1947|
|Quantity:||$100 Face Value Roll (200 Coins)|
|Weight in Grams:||11.250 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.3617 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|