The Walking Liberty Half Dollar ran from 1916 to 1947 and the designs by Adolph A. Weinman are one of the most beautiful motifs ever employed on a circulating coin. The coin`s obverse features Lady Liberty adorned in the American flag while striding towards the sun. She stretches her right arm towards the sky and in her left arm she carries a bundle of oak and laurel branches symbolizing military and civilian honors. The image of a mighty eagle with gorgeously detailed feathers perched on a rocky cliff dominates the coin`s reverse design. The eagle`s forward talon grasps a pine branch, a symbol of strength, growing from the rocky cliff. Displayed below the pine branch is the mintmark and the designer`s AW initials appear under the tips of the eagle`s tail feathers. Minted in San Francisco, this 1941 example has been graded MS64.