Walking Liberty Silver Rounds
The Walking Liberty design is one of the most iconic images to grace an American coin. Originally featured on the silver half-dollar coin, it is now seen on the obverse side of the American Silver Eagle, as well as the Highland Mint Walking Liberty Silver Rounds.
The obverse design of the Walking Liberty silver round was design by Adolph A. Weinman in 1916 and was used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar from 1916 to 1947. The image was revived in 1986 on the American Silver Eagle. The obverse side of this silver round also features Lady Liberty walking toward the setting sun. The obverse side is engraved with the words "Liberty" and "In God We Trust."
The reverse side of the Walking Liberty rounds features a bald eagle perched on an olive branch. The reverse is engraved with the words "United States Of America," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and the denomination and purity.
The Walking Liberty 1/10 oz. silver round has a diameter of 19.2 mm and is 1.35 mm thick. It has a metal content of 0.1 troy ounces of .999 pure silver.
The Walking Liberty 1/4 oz. silver round has a diameter of 26.57 mm and is 1.79 mm thick. It has a metal content of 0.25 troy ounces of .999 pure silver.
The Walking Liberty 1/2 oz. silver round has a diameter of 32.5 mm and is 2 mm thick. It has a metal content of 0.5 troy ounces of .999 pure silver.