Double Die Walking Liberty Half Dollar Error
Double Die Obverse, and Double Die Reverse Walking Liberty Half Dollars are known and certified. These coin errors are fairly common if you know what to look for. Double Die errors occur when a die strikes a coin more than once. When the coin shifts just slightly before being struck again the die strikes a second image. If you look closely at the letters, numbers, and edges of the birds feathers you can find them.
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Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|Rotated Die||Rotated die errors are known and certified. Rotated die errors occur when the coin ro...|
|Double Die||Double Die Obverse, and Double Die Reverse Walking Liberty Half Dollars are known and...|
|Clipped Planchet||A clipped planchet error occurs when the planchet is struck and clipped. You may want...|
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|1938 D||1938 D Walkers are considered Semi Key possibly even Key Dates. Again $100+ for the l...|
|1921 D||1921 D Walkers are key dates due primarily to the fact that only 200,000 of these wer...|
|1921||Just 246,000 of the 1921 Walking Liberty Dollars making these a key date. $100+ for e...|
|1919 D||1919 D Walker Half Dollar is a key date to remember, low end versions still worth ten...|
Most valuable coins in this series. Listed price based off high end state (MS+).
|$35,000||1921 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar|
|$17,500||1919 D Walking Liberty Half Dollar|
|$15,450||1921 Walking Liberty Half Dollar|
Issues vary with mint mark locations. 1916 and 1917 versions will have mint mark on the front right under In God We Trust. Later versions will have the mint mark on the reverse of the coin adjacent the left claw of the eagle and under the olive branch.
The Double Die has a weight of 12.50 g.