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Walking Liberty Half Dollars

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Walking Liberty Half Dollars 1916-1947
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Please Note: Grading Walking Liberty Half Dollars is a subjective matter that takes years of experience to do correctly. In most cases raw or un-graded coins are usually over graded by the individual owner. Try to be realistic and understand that grading is only a means to quantify or evaluate the worth of a coin. The grading company used to grade a coin is very important and there are only two that have the highest reputation in the numismatic industry, NGC and PCGS. See: Rating Coin Grading Services. Also note that coins within a specific grade can be a plus or minus of that grade also increasing or decreasing value. There can also be mirrored fields which can increase the value significantly as in Proof-Like (PL) and Deep Mirror Proof Like (DMPL). Mintage and popularity can also factor into consideration when accessing the overall worth of a coin. Please remember that there are at least three values of a coin; the Price the owner
thinks his coin is worth, the Value a Coin Price Guide Book or a Pricing Guide lists it at and then most importantly, the Actual Price that you can sell it for to a dealer, buyer, or at an auction.

You can also compare your coin through the online auction links to compare prices and condition from images. Click Each Price to Compare Current Online Auction Values in the Left Side Column Below.
See Grading for more details on grading coins.

Lowest Priced Buy It Now Coins

Description G F XF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1916 52 105 265 290 350 485 800 1750 3750 13000
1916-D 50 85 240 285 370 575 925 2450 5250 30000
1916-S 125 285 650 875 1250 2100 3600 6000 14500 42500
1917 15 19 46 80 140 190 340 1150 2900 22500
1917-D Obverse 26 85 250 360 685 1375 2650 7500 20000 -
1917-D Reverse 19 42 325 585 900 2300 5000 22500 37500 -
1917-S Obverse 29 145 775 1800 2450 4850 8250 24500 45000 75000
1917-S Reverse 10 20 67 170 550 2250 4900 15000 27500 75000
1918 10 19 170 280 600 950 1550 3600 13500 -
1918-D 12 37 260 700 1400 3000 8250 27000 55000 -
1918-S 10 18 65 200 550 2100 5500 19000 47500 75000
1919 25 78 580 900 1400 3400 5000 7350 13500 18500
1919-D 27 110 1200 3750 6500 17500 35000 160000 275000 -
1919-S 22 75 950 2000 3750 8750 13000 17500 28000 -
1920 11 16 85 155 350 700 1375 4900 15000 -
1920-D 14 70 500 1200 1650 3750 6000 16500 30000 -
1920-S 11 27 300 600 1050 3000 5400 15000 32500 -
1921 190 350 1600 3500 4500 8000 11500 17500 37500 -
1921-D 320 600 2200 3850 5500 12000 15000 26000 52500 -
1921-S 52 275 5250 12500 16500 29500 47500 135000 200000 -
1923-S 12 30 420 950 1450 3500 5500 16500 42500 85000
1927-S 11 17 160 500 1050 1900 3500 10000 26000 -
1928-S 11 18 200 460 1150 2700 4150 11000 25000 -
1929-D 12 18 110 235 400 650 1350 2850 4700 40000
1929-S 11 16 120 235 425 1000 1400 3150 5000 50000
1933-S 12 18 62 255 650 1150 1700 3600 6000 16500
Description G F XF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1934 10 13 15 35 90 110 135 600 850 1400
1934-D 10 17 35 90 165 230 385 1500 2650 20000
1934-S 10 17 35 110 375 800 1300 4150 5800 15000
1935 10 13 17 30 44 68 90 625 800 4000
1935-D 10 14 34 70 145 250 450 2950 5750 -
1935-S 10 13 30 110 275 400 700 3000 4800 19500
1936 10 12 15 30 39 62 80 290 475 1250
1936-D 10 14 24 55 80 110 160 700 1300 7000
1936-S 10 12 25 65 140 195 260 975 1550 16500
1937 10 12 13 30 44 62 85 320 525 1350
1937-D 11 15 35 115 240 270 340 875 1350 5000
1937-S 10 14 29 72 160 200 265 900 1250 7000
1938 10 12 15 48 70 120 155 550 800 4100
1938-D 130 155 200 260 390 550 750 1500 2450 9500
1939 9 11 12 30 42 55 75 250 400 900
1939-D 11 10 12 32 46 60 90 300 450 1850
1939-S 11 10 28 85 155 175 215 385 550 1950
1940 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 185 270 800
1940-S 9 10 14 26 30 65 140 450 1350 30000
1941 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 150 250 800
1941-D 9 10 14 26 35 48 85 260 350 1200
1941-S 9 10 14 35 75 110 230 1000 1750 50000
1942 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 150 250 1300
1942-D 9 10 14 26 30 70 100 340 450 1200
1942-S 9 10 14 26 40 60 110 700 1500 25000
1943 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 150 250 800
Description G F XF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1943-D 9 10 14 26 30 62 90 300 420 1100
1943-S 9 10 14 26 40 50 80 450 800 7000
1944 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 185 325 2700
1944-D 9 10 14 26 37 55 68 190 325 1100
1944-S 9 10 14 26 37 52 85 550 1300 17500
1945 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 170 300 2100
1945-D 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 170 275 1400
1945-S 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 235 725 12500
1946 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 290 600 4600
1946 Doubled Die Reverse 20 30 80 175 300 900 1750 3500 6800 -
1946-D 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 150 250 2900
1946-S 9 10 14 26 30 42 58 170 385 6500
1947 9 10 14 26 40 48 58 240 425 6750
1947-D 9 10 15 30 40 48 58 175 475 9000


Walking Liberty Half Dollars 1936-1942 Proofs (PR, PF)

Description   60 63 64 65 66 67
1936   1100 2500 4000 6400 8000 25000
1937   475 675 980 1400 1900 3200
1938   450 575 750 1050 1350 2300
1938 Cameo - - - - 8500 12500
1939   400 500 775 1025 1185 1525
1939 Cameo - - 1500 3000 5000 -
1940   290 435 640 800 950 1375
1941   290 435 550 700 850 1250
1942   290 435 550 700 850 1250
1942 Cameo 350 850 1500 3000 8500 12500

FYI: Rare coins have historically protected or preserved wealth as strong inflation fighters, particularly in countries whose paper currency has been severely weakened. Any time our paper money is threatened, rare coins can protect wealth much like an investment in gold bullion. The beauty of rare coins can be enjoyed much like any other work of art. They are also a very private form of investment not subject to government scrutiny common to other types of investments held in banks and by brokerage houses. Rare coins are easy to store and are virtually indestructible. They are also insurable. Rare coins represent truly portable wealth which can be moved from place to place very quickly and easily. If you intend to buy rare or bullion coins for investment, your best protection is to spend time learning about the coins you are being asked to buy. In the past, most investment gains have gone to collectors, often known as numismatists, who have taken the time to carefully study various aspects of coins, including rarity, grading, market availability, and price trends. Investment success over the years is the result of prudently acquiring coins of selected quality, proven rarity, and established numismatic desirability. Many careful buyers study coins for some time before buying even a single coin. Success also can be enhanced by researching dealers, as well as coins.

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