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1942-P 50 Cent Walking Liberty NGC MS65
Rosie the Riveter Didn't Spend This Silver Half Dollar - She Saved It
With war production ramped up in 1942, the mint geared up its production of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar. This big 90% silver "Walker" was the largest-denomination coin minted at the time, and they filled the pockets of Rosie the Riveters around the country. They were spent and respent, wearing down just a tad whenever they were dropped into a till or a coin counter. But, a small number were carefully tucked away and preserved. Today, these top-grade survivors can be found graded Mint-State-65 (MS65) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). We recently found a small cache of 50 1942-dated coins from the Philadelphia Mint, and we snapped them up for you. Because of our buying power, you can own this top-quality Walker for less than they cost elsewhere. But hurry, when they're gone, they're gone!
|Year of Issue||1942|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P|
|Coin Weight||12.5 Grams - g|