It is believed that over 4.6 million Walking Liberty half-dollar coins were made at the San Francisco mint in 1920. A 1920-S Walking Liberty coin is showcased in the upcoming online auction, a highlight from the Cody Brady Collection. The available piece weighs in at 12.50 grams, made of 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Heritage Auctions will present a collection of uncirculated mint luster coins in the event.
Highlighted is a Carson City mint coin. The 1874-CC Trade Dollar, MS62, has faint luster grazes visible and has some strike softness on Liberty’s head and the eagle’s right (facing) leg. Other notable items include a first-year proof of a 1936 Walking Liberty half-dollar coin. Estimates suggest that the 1936 half-dollar’s mintage was only 3,901 pieces. Visit Heritage Auctions to register to bid and view the complete catalog.
Lot Categories:Coins, Currency & Stamps
# of Lots:553
Price Range:$4 - $1,400
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|1874-CC Trade Dollar, MS62 Appealing for the Grade|| Estimate: |
|1920-S Half Dollar, MS63 Elusive CAC Coin|| Estimate: |
|1906 $2 1/2 MS65 PCGS.|| Estimate: |
|1911-S 10C MS65 PCGS.|| Estimate: |
|1879/8 5C PR65 PCGS. CAC. PCGS Population: (152/160). CDN: $630 Whsle|| Estimate: |
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