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Walking Liberty Half Dollar Necklace
Item #45471
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Proudly Wear this Lady Liberty. Minted between 1916 and 1947 and containing 90% Silver and 10% copper, this authentic Walking Liberty Half Dollar Necklace was designed by American sculptor Adolph Weinman. The coin’s face features Lady Liberty striding towards the dawn (the back is encased). A rare 1916 Walking Liberty half dollar resides in our American History Museum’s National Numismatic Collection. 24k-plated accents, chain and findings. Lobster clasp. Certificate of Authenticity included. Assembled in the U.S.A. Each coin will vary slightly in appearance and year minted.
Our forefathers established a lasting democracy, guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. President Lincoln kept our nation united, while abolishing slavery. And political parties—channels of our passions—have helped to keep alive our freedom to choose our leaders. These exceptional patriotic gifts and keepsakes were inspired by the Presidential and political collections of our National Museum of American History.
24"l. with 1.75"l. pendant.

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Customer Reviews

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By MVP526
August 18, 2017
"I was so excited when I ordered this necklace. The photo shows a shiny gold chain and coin. But the reality is nothing like the photo! The chain looks tarnished, not at all like gold. And the coin! Well the gold around the coin looks like cheap, already turned green costume jewelry. I would not suggest you waste your dime or time on this piece. Very disappointing!!! Not at all Smithsonian quality."
By Noni
Dallas, TX
May 04, 2017
"A lovely gift at a reasonable price."
By Chico
Edmond OK
December 30, 2016
"As an everyday conversation piece or an icebreaker upon meeting new acquaintances!"
By Nana
Tampa, FL
October 12, 2016
"Very nice and a nice part of American history."
By Bear
Osceola, IN
April 26, 2014
"You can't pick the year of mint but you can find and attribute a significant event to the year you receive. My event was the year World War 1 ended (1918)."