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1937 Half Dollar Walking Liberty NGC PF68


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1937 Half Dollar Walking Liberty NGC PF68




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Features of the 1937 Half Dollar Walking Liberty NGC PF68:

  • Minted in the year 1937
  • US - Philadelphia Mint
  • PF68 Graded by NGC
  • NGC Population: 36

Nice originality with wisps of light golden patina. 

In 1916 the design of Adolph A. Weinman was selected for the new half dollar motif to replace the Barber design which had been in use since 1892. Weinman, a sculptor, also produced the Liberty Head or “Mercury” dime introduced the same year.

The obverse depicts Miss Liberty walking toward the sun, her right arm outstretched, her left arm carrying a bundle of branches, and with a starry cape behind. LIBERTY is above, while IN GOD WE TRUST is to the lower right, and the date is below. The motif seems to have been inspired by Saint-Gaudens’ motif for the illustrious double eagle of 1907. The reverse shows an eagle perched on a rocky crag, from which grows a pine branch, symbol of strength. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is above, E PLURIBUS UNUM is to the left, and HALF DOLLAR is below.


Coin SeriesPre-64 Silver
Face Value$0.50
Mint Or RefineryU.S. Mint - Philadelphia
Metal TypeSilver
Mordern Or HistoricalPre-64
Grade ServiceNGC
Metal Weight0.44 oz
CertifiedInvestment Grade
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