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Answered 2006-10-31 23:08:49

When minted, a Walking Liberty Half Dollar contains .36169 ounce pure silver. The coin is alloyed with 10% copper, giving an overall silver purity of 90%, resulting in a coin that weighs 12.5 grams.

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A Walking Liberty half dollar has .36169oz of silver.


A 1936 Walking Liberty half dollar has .36169oz of silver.



It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $13.00


It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $13.00


Walking Liberty half dollars were minted from 1916 through 1947.



All Walking Liberty half dollars have the same silver content of .36169oz pure silver


All Walking Liberty half dollars (1916-1947) have the same silver content of .36169oz of pure silver.


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There is no true Standing Liberty half dollar. They are properly called Walking Liberty half dollars. But if you are asked to buy a Standing Liberty half dollar you can be safe to assume that it is a Walking Liberty. Review the Standing Liberty quarter and see that the figure is in an obvious 'standing' stance whereas the Walking Liberty appears to have motion.


There's no such thing as a 1907 walking liberty dollar. For starters, there were no silver dollars minted from the years 1905 to 1920. Secondly, the walking liberty design was featured on the HALF dollar, but not until 1916.


Current MV of any 90% silver half dollar is $7.64. Spot price of silver is $21.12 at this time.


It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $12.00. The coin is very common.


The last year for the Walking Liberty halves was 1947. A half dollar dated 1957 is a Franklin half. Please look at the coin again and post new question.


Yes, as with all US half dollars minted before 1965, the 1945 walking liberty half dollar is made out of 90% silver alloyed with 10% copper.


I assume you mean the walking liberty half dollar (1916-1947). They contain .3617 ounce of silver. Just a bit more than 1/3 oz.


1939 is a common date for Walking Liberty halves. Most circulated coins are valued for the silver, about $12.00.


If you look on the back of the coin it will say 50 cents not a dollar. The coin is a Walking Liberty Half Dollar, most circulated examples are valued for the silver content only at about $5.00 Uncirculated coins can be $25.00 or more.


Value depends on if it's a Walking Liberty half dollar or a Monroe Doctrine half dollar, both are dated 1923 and both have "S" mintmarks.


Please check your coin again. The Walking Liberty design was used on HALF dollars during the 1930s, but there were no half dollars or silver dollars minted in 1930 due to the Great Depression.


The 1946 Walking Liberty half is common and most coins are valued at $12.00-$15.00.


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A U.S. one dollar coin dated 1900 is a Morgan dollar. The Walking Liberty design was first used in 1916 ( to replace the Barber series) on half dollars only.


The 1946 walking liberty half is a common date, but because it is 90% silver, it is worth around $10.50 in common circulated condition.