90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves $10 20-Coin Roll AU
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- Product Details
Product DetailsAlmost Uncirculated Walking Liberty Halves retain their original mint luster and exhibit only a hint of wear on the high points of the design. Some coins are bright white and some are lightly toned, adding to the character of this outstanding design.
- Approximately 7.15 oz of 90% Silver.
- Coins are packaged in a tightly sealed roll or plastic tube.
- Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman’s classic design of Lady Liberty draped in an American flag, carrying branches of laurel and oak, symbolizing both civil and military glory.
- Reverse: An eagle perched atop a rock, his wings spread in preparation for flight with "United States of America" above and the face value below.
- All coins are dated 1916-1947.
These rolls are a great way to add Silver to any investment portfolio. Add several $10 face value rolls of Almost Uncirculated 90% Silver Walking Liberty Halves to your cart today!
Years will be of our choosing determined by stock on hand.
Pre-1965 90% Silver coins, sometimes referred to as junk Silver or scrap Silver, are a great way to start your Silver investments. These Silver coins were pulled from circulation with the introduction of copper/nickel clad coins and the rising demand of Silver. The public saved them for their 90% Silver content as a rainy day fund they can fall back on.
83% of reviewers recommend this product
Date:Dec 5, 2016
I've spent thousands of dollars here at APMEX and everything has been top notch right up until this order of coins came. I was reluctant to open them but the lack of feather detail on the back of both ends got the better of me. All were in 1940's with the bulk being 1945 and looked as if they had been cleaned. They were "Very Fine" at best , not what I had expected after, paying such a high premium over spot for something labeled as AU . I did not expect BU of course , however, these " like I said above" were very fine at best, an "AU" walking liberty should have that feeling of the semi-sharp edge close to the outside edge,when you rub your thumb over it , not as sharp and edge as an uncirculated WL but almost as sharp an edge , As in "Almost Uncirculated"....Bottom line unfortunately is...... I'm not too happy with the purchase & won't be buying any more of these coins. Sincerely ~RJM December 5th, 2016
- Poor Condition
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Date:Apr 26, 2016
First off I am a collector, not a dealer. 2nd I am not an expert grader. I have however been a collector for over 50 years. The comment below is my opinion I usually just buy coins for my collection because I like them. This time I decided to buy coins to upgrade my collection and maybe sell the rest and make a little money. There was a nice assortment of coins 2 in the 30's. A few with mint marks. Most were AU just as described. However 3 were no AU. One has a lot of scratch marks. Looks like someone tried to cleans this coin with Scotch brite foam pad at one time. 2 others were simply not AU. The eagles breast was worn smooth on the reverse of both. Sorry, that is not an AU coin. Although it did have some mint luster. I would only grade the two coins XF. Again, my opinion for what it's worth. I will recommend but with a caveat emptor
- Attractive Design
- Recognized Brand
- Poor Condition
Posted By:Nick Noname
From:Santa Cruz, CA
Date:Sep 13, 2013
Finding AU Walking Liberty Halves often means having to buy over-graded "Uncirculateds" that are actually AU's. The roll I received from APMEX was satisfactory: some strong AU, as well as a few that I would not pick out for myself. Four had mint marks. I will definitely consider ordering again from APMEX, but I would like to see evidence that the sorting process for these AU coins is a little more strict. Thank you. also: A Required Field for this Review is "Bottom Line", with only 2 choices. I cannot post this review unless I check one or the other. If a friend asks me whether or not I would recommend these, I'll show them the coins and let them decide for themselves. But I'll Check the Box "Yes". : )
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