1942-P 50 Cent Walking Liberty NGC MS65

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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
Country United States
Composition Silver
Purity 0.9999
Condition Graded
Grade MS65
Denomination 0.50
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name Philadelphia - P
Coin Weight 12.5 Grams - g
Dimensions 30.6mm