One of the most beautiful designs ever to come from the United States Mint was created in 1916. The Walking Liberty design was used on the US Half Dollar circulation coin from 1916 to 1947 and has gone down in American coining history as the most beautiful Liberty design. Right now, 1/2 oz SilverTowne Walking Liberty Silver Rounds are available to purchase from Ottawa Bullion

Round Highlights:

  • Arrive acrylic tubes of 20 rounds (10 troy ounces per tube)
  • Beautiful replication of the 1916 US Half Dollar!
  • Contains 1/2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • The obverse features Walking Liberty in left-profile relief.
  • On the reverse is an American bald eagle perched on an olive branch.


Each of the 1/2 oz SilverTowne Walking Liberty Silver Rounds in this listing comes to you with individual or bulk packaging. Replicating the obverse image of the US Half Dollar, these rounds are housed in plastic flips individually or in acrylic tubes for multiples of 20 rounds. Cardboard boxes are available for larger bulk options and would contain multiple tubes.

Adolph A. Weinman created the US Half Dollar visuals in 1916 as part of a US Mint competition to find new designs for the existing Barber Coinage. In 1916, the dime, quarter, and half dollar were redesigned, with Weinman’s Liberty visuals chosen for the dime and half dollar.

The obverse of SilverTowne Walking Liberty Silver Rounds comes with a depiction of Lady Liberty in left-profile relief. This visual shows the full-length figure of Liberty walking toward the sun on the horizon with branches of oak and laurel in her left hand and the American flag draped around her figure.

On the reverse side of the 1/2 oz Walking Liberty Silver Round, you will find the image of an American bald eagle. This design shows the eagle perched on an olive branch as its wings are raised.