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1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar

1917-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar


 
The 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar had a mintage of 12,292,000. The composition of these coins is 90% silver, 10% copper. These coins contain .3617 troy ounces of silver, and have a diameter of 30.6mm. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. You can view the grading guidelines on the main category page for these Walking Liberty Halves. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for your order to leave our offices as each of the 2,500 coins we sell each week must be inspected and graded prior to packaging.


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1917WLAG3 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - AG3
$18.95
1917WLG4 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - G4
$19.50
1917WLVG7 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - VG7
$20.95
1917WLF12 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - F12
$21.95
1917WLVF20 1917 Walking Liberty Half Dollar - VF20
$23.95
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average January 29, 2016
Reviewer: thomas babbitt from SAN ANTONIO, TX United States  
Very few skirt lines.  sandal wear.  No major defects.

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