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Walker Wednesday: 1919-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS MS65 Secure CAC

 
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This spectacular 1919-D Walking Liberty Gem defies all expectations for what the 1919-D should be. Perhaps most impressive is its pinpoint-sharp strike. The branch hand and eagle's feathers are nearly fully formed. Both Liberty's head and the trailing leg on the reverse are similarly well-detailed. Blatantly original surfaces showcase speckled shades of golden-russet and crimson patina with light silver centers and glistening satin luster. The eye appeal, strong impression, and top-notch preservation are nearly unparalleled. This is one of the highlights of the Duckor Family Collection, and it is certain hold the same position in any future set.



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Monster coin, zowie.
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Love that full thumb ,face and breast plate .
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Yeah, that left hand detail is amazing!
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Wow! Just wow!
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A knockout coin.
I would have fallen for it even more, if it had been blast white.
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What a beauty
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The extreme rarity of 1919-D's like this has always puzzled me. According to PCGS, this is a $225,000 coin. Why does this date stick out in the series?
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