One of the most iconic images ever to grace an American coin is that of Walking Liberty. First designed in 1916, this image has been reproduced on countless coins and round since that time. Right now, that depiction of Liberty is found at an affordable price on the 1 oz Sunshine Walking Liberty Silver Round, courtesy of JM Bullion.
- Rounds come in plastic tubes of 20 units
- Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver. Minted by Sunshine Minting in the USA.
- Features Walking Liberty design by Adolph A. Weinman.
- All rounds in this listing are in brand new condition.
- Features Sunshine’s MintMark SI anti-counterfeit technology (Decoder Lens sold separately).
Adolph A. Weinman was a sculptor and artist who studied under Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the man who is considered one of the greatest coin designers in American history. Weinmans depiction of Walking Liberty was first created in 1916, and featured on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar between 1916 and 1947.
Today, Weinmans creation is found on the American Silver Eagle coin from the United States Mint, as well as the 1 oz Sunshine Walking Liberty Silver Round. On the obverse side of the coin is the depiction of Lady Liberty as she strides toward the setting sun. Her right hand is outstretched as she walks, and the American flag is draped around her shoulders. The imagery is representative of Americas relentless march toward a brighter future.
On the obverse side of the coin is the depiction of a bald eagle. In the image, a bald eagle is featured atop an olive branch with its wings prepared to take flight. Engravings on this silver round differ from those found on the original Walking Liberty Half Dollar. As a silver round, these coins have no face value, and, as such, have no year of minting or dollar value engraved.
The Sunshine Mint is a private mint that produces custom and bullion coins in both gold and silver. The Mint also produces gold and silver blanks used by other mints in coining, including the United States Mint. Sunshine Mint is headquartered in Coeur dAlene, Idaho, with production facilities in that state, neighboring Nevada, and Shanghai.