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If your (walking liberty half dollar) coin is dated 1916 (and some 1917 coins) the mintmark is found underneath "In God we Trust" on the front of the coin. All other years the mintmark is found on the reverse of the coin to the left of the branch that the eagle is sitting on. Keep in mind that if your coin has no mintmark, it was minted in Philadelphia. If you have a silver eagle dollar which also uses the walking liberty design, the mintmark will be on the back under the olive branch that the eagle is holding. Bullion silver eagles do not contain mintmarks and could be minted from a number of different mints depending on the year the coin was issued.

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The US Mint did not produce any Walking Liberty half dollars in 1932.


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If it is gold colored it's been plated but it is still may have some value for the silver in it.The mint does not make gold walking liberty coins


No US Mint produced a 1902 Walking Liberty 1oz. silver coin. Look at the coin again and post new question. The first year for ANY 1 ounce bullion coin was 1986.


By the way, this coin should be carrying a "W" mint mark (short for West Point).


Walking Liberty Half Dollars will never have a "W" mintmark. Instead, that is the designer's signature. If your Walking Liberty Half Dollar has a mintmark, it will be on the left side of the coin near the branch that the Eagle is perched upon. 1942 was a common year of Walking Liberty half dollars and they are worth about $12.75 for their silver content, unless the coin is in mint state, in which case the coin might be worth more to a collector.


The mint mark is located on the eagle side of the coin and is between the word " fine " and the eagle.


Average value is $17.00-$28.00 for a circulated coin depending on the grade.


A one pound Walking Liberty coin is not a official U.S. Mint coin but it has bullion value of a little less than spot price of silver at time of sale which as of right now is $17.63 X 16=$282.08


Check that coin again, because what you're describing doesn't actually exist. There were no silver dollars minted that year, and the Walking Liberty design (on the half dollar) wasn't introduced for another decade.


A coin in average circulated condition has a retail value of $18.00.


That depends on the dates, mint marks (if any) and the condition of each coin. Post a new question with that information


There's no official US coin with that description. The Walking Liberty design was used on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-ounce bullion coins minted since 1986. Any "1900 Walking Liberty" coin would almost certainly be a privately-made item and would require in-person checking to figure out what it's worth.


July 28, 2009 A 1939-P [Philadelphia mint] Walking Liberty half dollar in good condition is worth from $9 to $12. If it is a little better than just good condition then it is worth from $13 to $30 depending upon the actual condition of the coin.


To answer your question directly, I would need to know the denomination and date of your coin. To find out for yourself, go to www.coinfacts.com


Assuming it's a 1925 Saint-Gaudens with no mint mark value is from $950.00 to $1,100.00 in circulated condition.


It depends on condition, if it is a circulated coin it is worth about $15 for the silver. If in mint state it might fetch about $30 or so.


There are Walking Liberty half dollars and silver bullion coins, but the Walking Liberty design was never used on a quarter.If you're referring to a Standing Liberty quarter, its value depends very much on its condition, mint mark, and date. Please enter the question "What is the value of a US quarter?" for a specific answer. "19xx" of course is the date on your coin, like 1918 or 1930.


Walking Liberty halves were struck at all 3 mints that were active at the time. No mint mark = Philadelphia, S = San Francisco, D = Denver


Please check your coin again. You need to post a new question giving its date, condition, and whether it has a mint mark. The "W" is not a mint mark - it's the monogram of A. A. Weinman who designed the coin. The mint mark, if it has one, is on the back at roughly the 8:00 position. Look for a small D or S.


There's no such coin. The Morgan design was used on most 1921 silver $1 coins, while half dollars from that time carried A. A. Weinman's famous walking Liberty image.


The mint mark on a 1936 Walking Liberty half dollar is located on the reverse [tails] side of the coin in the little "valley" just to the left of the word "HALF" near the edge of the rim.


All 2002 Silver Eagle coins were struck at WestPoint but only proof coins have the W mint mark It is on the back (reverse) of the coin under the left wing.



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