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1942-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS/NGC MS65

Struck during World War II  

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Denomination Half Dollars
Series Walking Liberty Half Dollar
Composition Silver
Year 1942
Mint Philadelphia (P)
Grade Mint State
Mint State Score MS 65
Certification PCGS, NGC

1942-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS/NGC MS65


The Walking Liberty Half Dollar, designed by Adolph Weinman, was minted from 1916 to 1947. This specific example was struck in 1942 at the Philadelphia Mint and is graded in Mint State 65 condition. The Walking Liberty Half Dollars struck at the end of the series are among the most popular to collect due to their mintage during World War II. Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty obverse is considered one of the most inspiring American designs. On the obverse, Lady Liberty beckons hopefully to the rising sun even during the dark days of WWII. Out of every 1942-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar struck, significantly less than 1% have been graded in MS65 condition. Between PCGS and NGC, significantly less than 1% of the entire mintage of the 1942-P Walking Liberty Half Dollar has been graded in any condition at all.