Flying Eagle Cents

Indian Head Cents

Lincoln Cents

Liberty Head Nickels

Indian Head (Buffalo) Nickels

Jefferson Nickels

Barber Dimes

Winged Liberty Dimes

Roosevelt Dimes

Barber Quarter Dollar

Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar

Washington Quarter Dollars
    Original Series: 1932-1999

Washington Quarter Dollars
    50-States Comm Series: 1999-2008

Washington Quarter Dollars
    DC & Territories: 2009

Washington Quarter Dollars
    America the Beautiful: 2010-ongoing

Barber Half Dollars

Walking Liberty Half Dollars

Franklin Half Dollars

Kennedy Half Dollars

Morgan Dollars

Peace Dollars

Eisenhower Dollars

Susan B. Anthony Dollars

Sacagawea Dollars

Presidential Dollars

Walking Liberty Half Dollars
Thought by many to be to be among the most beautiful coins from the US mint, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was the third coin in the "Liberty" series which was launched in 1916. Even though it was discontinued in 1948 in favor of the Benjamin Franklin series, the Walking Liberty design lived again, being chosen for the obverse design for the American Silver Eagle, a 1-ounce silver bullion coin which began production in 1986.
  • Designer: Adolph A. Weinman
  • Diameter: 1.20 inches (30.6 mm) with reeded edge
  • Composition: .900 silver, .100 copper
  • Weight: 12.50 grams
  • Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
  • Mint marks: 1916-1917: D or S on obverse, below the motto // 1917-1947: D or S on reverse, to the left of the 'H' of Half Dollar
The Standing Liberty Quarter was discontinued in 1930, and the Winged Liberty Head Dime was discontinued in 1945, so the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, the 3rd coin of the 1916 'Liberty' series, was the longest lived: it was discontinued in 1947.

  1. The scale of the chart is limited to 13,750,000 coins to allow the lowest quantity issues to be displayed, while accurately charting most other issues. The Walking Liberty Half Dollar production in Philadelphia exceeded the chart limit in each of the five years of WWII.
    • 1941 = 24,192,000
    • 1942 = 47,818,000 (more than triple the chart limit)
    • 1943 = 53,190,000 (almost 4 times the chart limit)
    • 1944 = 28,206,000
    • 1945 = 31,502,000
  2. No half dollars were minted in '22, '24-'26, and '30-'32.
  3. Proof coins were made from '36-'42, but the quantities are too small to be displayed on the chart.

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