About 1936 Walking Liberty Halves
At over 12.6 million, the 1936 is the highest minted of any Walking Liberty Half Dollar excluding the 1940’s making it extremely common. In grades lower than AU, it is worth no more than the silver content; and the date remains very plentiful all the way through MS66. MS67’s are a bit tough to find; and the finest grade of MS68 is legitimately rare. As so many were made and still exist it is not surprising that the issue is overall very attractive with strong strikes and luster.
|Denom:||50c / Half dollar|
|Coinage Type:||Walking Liberty|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
|Designer:||Adolph A. Weinman|
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