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1944 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS65 NGC Brown Label

1944 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS65 NGC Brown Label Obverse
1944-Silver-Walking-Liberty-Half-Dollar-MS65-NGC-Brown-Label-Reverse
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Specifications

  • Title: 1944 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS65 NGC Brown Label
  • Purity: .900
  • Metal: Silver
  • Weight: .3617 oz

Full Description

The Walking Liberty design was an iconic symbol of American strength and freedom that saw the U.S. through two world wars. The coin offered here is sealed in protective packaging bearing a distinctive brown label. Coin grading service NGC uses a variety of different labels on slabbed coins, including their popular Brown Label used in this instance on the 1944 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollar. This coin is in Mint State-65, a beautiful, uncirculated coin popular with collectors of American coins.

Obverse

The front of the coin depicts Lady Liberty walking toward a rising sun. An American flag is draped across her shoulder, and she carries branches in her left hand. Weinman wanted the iconic figure to be as tall as possible, so he placed the word ‘Liberty’ to her right rather than above her. Also on the obverse is the motto ‘In God We Trust’ and the year of issue.

Reverse

Weinman created the reverse design as well. It features an eagle standing on a rocky crag with wings held high. Also on the back of the coin is the motto ‘E Pluribus Unum,’ the denomination of ‘Half Dollar’ and the mintmark.

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