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1938 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS XF45


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1938 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS XF45

  • DESIGNER: Adolph Alexander Weinman
  • EDGE: Reeded
  • DIAMETER: 30.00 millimeters
  • WEIGHT: 12.50 grams
  • MINTAGE: 491,600
  • MINT: Denver
  • METAL: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

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The 1938 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar is a remarkable coin with both historical significance and numismatic appeal, especially notable for being one of the last issues minted at the Denver facility before the series concluded. This half dollar is part of the Walking Liberty series, which is highly regarded among collectors for its artistic design.

Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the obverse of the coin features the full-length figure of Liberty in stride. She is depicted moving toward the sun, which is rising on the horizon, symbolizing hope and a new era. Liberty is draped in the American flag and bears branches of laurel and oak, symbolizing civil and military glory. The phrase “IN GOD WE TRUST” appears to her right, and the year of minting, 1938, is located on the lower left.

The reverse showcases an eagle perched on a rocky crag, with a pine branch in its claws, which is an emblem of strength and resilience. Above the eagle, the denomination “HALF DOLLAR” is inscribed, with the words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and the motto “E PLURIBUS UNUM” encircling the upper half of the design.

This coin, struck in 90% silver and 10% copper, weighs approximately 12.5 grams and measures 30.6 mm in diameter. The 1938 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar is especially valued for its exquisite design and the craftsmanship it represents, making it a prized possession for collectors and a standout piece in any coin collection.

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