S Walking Liberty Half Dollars
- USA Coin Book
- Half Dollars
- Walking Liberty
Mint Mark on Reverse
What This Coin Looks Like (Obverse, Reverse, Mint Mark Location, Special Features, etc.):
USA Coin Book Estimated Value of S Walking Liberty Half Dollar is Worth $33 in Average Condition and can be Worth $3, to $9, or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. Click here to Learn How to use Coin Price Charts. Also, click here to Learn About Grading Coins. The Melt Value shown below is how Valuable the Coin's Metal is Worth (bare minimum value of coin). Click here to see the Melt Value of every US Coin.
MELT VALUE: $
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Half Dollar Value
Coin Values Moving with Precious Metals: Up-Dated 10/11/ Gold $ | Silver $
Starting half dollar value is $ each, all are valued as collectibles. A scare date to find in any condition they have broken away from their minimum silver value.
In nice condition, with only slight wear to their design, these early Walking Liberty half dollars are popular and sought as additions to rare coin collections. With the proving elusive, and even harder to find in nice condition, values can reach hundreds of dollars. Below is a section on grading old silver half dollars giving descriptions and images to judge condition and value.
Value of a half dollar is often surprising for exceptionally nice coins. The "uncirculated" one pictured is rare in this condition and priced above $1, Small differences in wear, luster and marks are involved in determining value.
One more consideration is the mint that struck your coin. Three mints produced halves and each is valued separately. The value chart lists how much a half dollar is worth depending on the mint and condition.
Listings on the chart separate the value of your old half dollar by the different mints that struck coins.
D is a coin minted in Denver, "S" indicates one minted at the San Francisco mint. Mintmarks placed on the coins were used to identify each mint and are either a small "D" or "S." The Philadelphia mint did not use a mintmark on Walking Liberty half dollars. Examine the reverse in the space close to the rim before "Half Dollar."
|Half Dollar Value|
|Condition of Coin|
Half Dollar Value of $
Lightly circulated and worth $ Selling at a David Lawrence Rare Coin auction was the slightly worn Walking Liberty half dollar pictured. Demonstrating not all coins close to the thousand dollar range are necessarily in perfect gem condition.
Pleasing surfaces, just light wear, and few a faint contact marks raised this half dollar value above $ Early Walking Liberty silver half dollars dating before are not rare in medium to heavy wear conditions and are valued under $ However collectors preferring choice nicer condition coins for their collections are now seeking very scarce coins and must bid higher.
The half is an excellent coin to illustrate, how small improvements in condition lead to large changes in value.
Half Dollar Value is Determined by Grade
Rare silver half dollars are not always so because of the date or mintmark. Condition plays a very big role. Collectors and dealers are striving to find the best for their collections or inventories. Each old coin is examined and a "grade" of its condition is determined. Grade your Walking Liberty half dollar against the images finding the closet grade match, giving you an accurate half dollar value.
Uncirculated: A coin without wear is considered as "uncirculated" condition. Viewing you coin under a light, slowly rotate it, the shine and luster is continuous from edge to edge. Circulation renders the tops of the designs dull by removing the delicate luster. Look for this running down the center of Liberty. If you can confirm your half dollar is uncirculated it is at the high end of value.
Extremely Fine: An old Walking Liberty half dollar in "extremely fine" condition has lost only a small amount of design detail due to wear. The luster of a new coin is gone but the overall look is still well defined and pleasing. Light flattening is visible on Liberty's head, the uppermost folds of her gown and just above the date. Separation of the branches she holds is still complete.
Fine: Wear has taken its toll and merged parts of the smaller elements of a coin in "fine" condition. In the center where Liberty's left arm is holding the branches, the majority of the separation has disappeared, leaving an indistinct flattened area. Loss of metal has reduced the sun's rays, some are just barely visible or absent.
Good: Once a highly detailed Liberty with a flowing gown is now just a distinctly flat outline. It is no longer clear Liberty is holding many branches. Her head, torso and leg are all one smooth and flat area. Most collectors replace coins in this condition with finer examples, leaving these at the low end of half dollar value.
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In Depth Walking Liberty Half Dollar Value
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In Depth Walking Liberty Half Dollar Value
Walking Liberty Half Dollar Value Chart
No surprise here, the large size and stately design insures Walking Liberty half dollars are one of the favorites with collectors. Value chart listing all dates and mintmarks, including more on half dollar value. Compare your coins to images in the section "how to grade Walking Liberty Halves" and accurately discover how much your old half dollars are worth.
Half Dollar Value Covering all Series
Many rare and valuable coins are found throughout the entire history of silver half dollars. Spanning through the 's discover how much these rare silver coins are worth. The Franklin series of half dollars, Barber, Seated Liberty and the early Bust half dollars are listed by date with values.
Return to Coin Values Discovery find half dollar value and It is an excellent index with images and text links to all coin series, from Cents to Gold. Value charts, grading images and descriptions uncovers the common to rare coin values found in your box of old coins.
Preparing to Sell Silver Coins
Silver Walking Liberty half dollars are in demand by dealers. These old coins are very liquid in the coin collecting market. There are always buyers interested in purchasing your coins. Receive the highest price by separating the collectable from the bullion priced pieces. For more info see the Sell Silver Coins article.
Walking Liberty Half Dollar
Walking Liberty half dollars are downright scarce coins by any measure. Simply put, they are among the toughest dates in the Walking Liberty half series – as a year, second only to – and are vied for by date-and-mintmark collectors who aim to complete Walking Liberty collections.
What makes Walking Liberty halves are difficult for coin collectors? For one, these coins were originally minted in very small numbers, which will be detailed below. Second, many of these coins have been lost to melting, damage, and time, which further depleted available pieces from the small original output. Third, and this applies mainly to those who seek higher-grade specimens, very few Walking Liberty half dollars were saved. Consider, for a moment, that 50 cents was a very large fraction of a typical person’s daily wage in
The following provides a breakdown of Walking Liberty half dollar mintages and values for specimens in Good
, , minted; $30 in Good-4
D, 1,,; $30
S, 1,,; $25
The Good-4 values above don’t tell the whole story about this date, however. In XF, prices jump to more than $ for the , $ for the D, and $ for the S. No matter the grade of your Walking Liberty half dollar, if it is damage free and offers great eye appeal, you’re holding a treasure that will surely add value to your coin collection.
Other Years From This Coin Series
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Silver value 1919 dollar
The Walking Liberty half dollars have value as numismatic coins. Keep reading to learn more about these silver coins.
Type: Walking Liberty Half Dollar
Face Value: $
Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper
Silver Weight: oz.
Total Weight: grams
Current Silver Bullion Value: $
The US minted the half dollar with no mint mark and also the D half dollar and S half dollar. The mint mark, when present, can be found on the reverse side of the coin on the lower left side.
This coin in circulated condition is worth at least its weight in silver. The silver melt value for this coin is $ as of October 13, This melt value is calculated from the current silver spot price of $ per ounce.
The half dollar with no mint mark is worth around $25 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $ In extremely fine condition the value is around $ In uncirculated condition the price is around $2, for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 63 can sell for around $3,
The D half dollar is worth around $26 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $ and in extremely fine condition the value is around $ In uncirculated condition the price is around $1, for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 63 can sell for around $10,
Lastly the S half dollar is worth around $20 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $ and in extremely fine condition the value is around $ In uncirculated condition the price is around $4, for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 63 can sell for around $8,
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Good- The rims of the coin are defined. The motto "IN GOD WE TRUST" is readable.
Very fine- The lines on Lady Liberty's skirt look sharp. There is a small amount of wear on Lady Liberty's right arm and breast.
Extremely fine- Almost all of Lady Liberty's gown lines are visible.
MS 60 uncirculated- There are no signs of wear. The coin has luster, but there may be a few stains, abrasions, or surface marks.
MS 63 choice uncirculated- In the major focal areas there are some blemishes or contact marks. The coin's luster might not be as prominent.
The Red Book
Peace Silver Dollar Values and Prices
A competition was held to design a coin to memorialize the end of World I and peace, at least temporarily, returned to the world. Italian American sculptor Anthony de Francisci's design won. Find out how much your Peace silver dollars, minted from to , are worth. The table below provides average coin values and prices based upon the condition of the coin.
In , the United States was celebrating the recent end to World War I and Farran Zerbe, who was the historian of the American Numismatic Association (ANA), presented a paper entitled, "Commemorate the Peace with a Coin for Circulation." In it, he proposed a new design for the half dollar or the silver dollar if the denomination got resurrected. The enthusiasm for this idea was so great that the ANA created a committee to help prepare a bill for Congress to accomplish this task.
In November , the Federal Commission of Fine Arts announced a competition for a design to commemorate world peace after the war. The Treasury Department and Mint ultimately chose de Francisci's design in the early part of December With the competition ending this late in the year, it did not leave much time for the production of silver dollars dated
From December 26 through 31, , a total of 1,, Peace dollars were struck at the Philadelphia mint. The initial design was in high relief to accentuate the artistic details of this new silver dollar. Unfortunately, it was difficult to strike, and in the relief was lowered to make it easier to mint them.
Well worn Peace dollars derive a majority of their value from the silver content of the coin. Therefore, if the price of silver is relatively high, the coin will be worth only what it's silver content is. Peace silver dollars were a relatively short series of U.S. coins to collect, and therefore there is usually a pretty good demand for them. If you want to get paid top-dollar for your Peace dollars, you need to sort and organize your coins so the coin dealer can quickly see what you have.
Key Dates, Rarities, and Varieties
As with all coins, certain dates and rarities will cause some coins to be worth more than others. The following Peace silver dollars in any condition, are worth considerably more than common ones. As such, these key dates, rarities, and varieties for Peace silver dollars are sometimes counterfeit or altered from common examples. Therefore, before you start celebrating your early retirement with your newfound wealth, have the coin authenticated by a reputable coin dealer or third-party grading service.
- D Doubled Die
- S (Uncirculated)
Condition or Grade
If your coin is worn, it is considered a circulated coin. If your coin has no evidence of wear due to being in circulation, it is considered an uncirculated coin.
Be sure to use a good light and low-level magnification when you are grading Peace silver dollars. These large silver dollars tend to have a lot of bag marks and scrapes just while they were being handled at the mint facility.
The mint mark is located on the reverse of the coin, just below the word "ONE" on the left side.
Average Values and Prices
The following table has the buy prices of what you can expect to pay to a dealer to purchase the coin and sell values of what you can expect a dealer to pay you if you sell the coin. Average circulated Peace silver dollars are sometimes traded more for their bullion value than their numismatic price. These are approximate retail prices and wholesale values. The actual offer you receive from a particular coin dealer will vary depending on the actual grade of the coin and some other factors that determine its worth.
|Date & Mint||Circ. Buy||Circ. Sell||Unc. Buy||Unc. Sell|
|Complete Date-Mint Set||$1,||$||$9,||$6,|
|Complete Date Set||$||$||$1,||$1,|
B.V. = Bullion Value; Look up the current bullion melt values of U.S. silver coins
*= See the section above "Key Dates, Rarities, and Varieties" for more information on these coins.
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