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- Why Buy Silver
- Contains 1/2 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Individual rounds come in protective packaging. Multiples of 20 may come in a plastic tube.
- The design of these rounds is based on the original coin issued by the U.S. Mint. These rounds carry no actual face value.
- Obverse: Adapted from Adolph A. Weinman’s classic 1916 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.
- Guaranteed by APMEX.
Protect your Walking Liberty half dollar Silver round in style by adding a protective plastic capsule to your order.
Fractional Silver is an easy way to add Silver to your investment portfolio at a lower cost. Add this APMEX 1/2 oz Silver Walking Liberty Half-Dollar round to your cart today!
Fabricating 1/2 oz Silver rounds is but one of the many uses for Silver.
Long used for Silver bullion and jewelry, Silver is a versatile Precious Metal that is also used in industries ranging from nuclear energy to water filtration. The same Silver in Walking Liberty Half Dollar rounds is also used in many electrical applications because Silver conducts electricity the best out of all Precious Metals. Though you may not buy Silver for its antimicrobial properties, many physicians do because Silver can be used to treat burn victims, heal bone infections and keep surgical equipment free from pathogens. Silver prices are affected by the growing demand for the Precious Metal and new uses for Silver are still being discovered.
Why are 1/2 oz Silver rounds measured in troy ounces?
When purchasing 1/2 oz Silver rounds, you need to know the difference between a troy ounce and an ounce we are accustomed to. Fractional Silver rounds and other Precious Metals products are commonly measured using the troy ounce, while food and other items are measured using the more familiar avoirdupois ounce. Though the troy system most likely originated in France hundreds of years ago, the troy system used to measure Silver bullion dates back to the 1400s in England. When buying Silver, the main difference you need to be aware of between the two measurements is that troy ounces are heavier than avoirdupois ounces.
While these .999 fine Silver rounds are based on the original 1916 Walking Liberty Half Dollar issued by the U.S. Mint, these 1/2 oz Silver rounds are not legal tender.
97% of reviewers recommend this product
Date:Jun 5, 2019
Date:Jun 12, 2017
Very attractive replica. However the Tube is improperly sized. Correct diameter, too short in length. The Tube is for 20 US Half Dollars which are significantly thinner than 20 of the 1/2 Oz. replica.
- Attractive Design
- Mint Condition
Date:Feb 18, 2017
The only reason I buy silver rounds is because when a disaster happens and paper money is worthless silver will be valuable. I don't concern myself with today's prices because silver will be extremely valuable. Inflation is starting to take off. I have hundreds of these 1/2 ounce rounds because I don't want to have to give away ounces when I can negotiate with 1/2 ounces.
- Value (low premium over spot)
- Attractive Design
Date:May 1, 2016
From:Wherever I lay my head.
Date:Dec 31, 2015
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