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"This beautiful half dollar was first issued in 1916. The design, by A.A. Weinman, shows Liberty "progressing in full stride toward the dawn of a new day, carrying branches of laurel and oak, symbolical of civil and military glory. The hand of the figure is outstretched in bestowal of the spirit of liberty." The eagle on the reverse side is "fearless in spirit and conscious of his power." The sapling of mountain pine springing from the rift in the rock is "symbolic of America." " - Whitman Publishing
Designer: Adolph A. Weinman. Weight: 12.50 grams. Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper (net weight .36169 oz pure silver) Diameter: 30.6 mm Edge: Reeded. Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco
Mix & Match: Quantity discounts are APPLIED ACROSS ALL Whitman Coin Albums. For example, purchase four different titles and receive the four-piece price shown for each title.