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  1. #1
    us
    Aug 2008
    Virginia
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    Walking Liberty Halves

    Would $5.00 be to much to pay for walking liberty halves,Most of them is in the 40's.
    Thanks on any advice that I receive.

    fortbball9

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    us
    Jun 2007
    Raleigh, NC
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    According to the Red Book, that's the going rate for Walking Liberties in the 40s in Very Good condition. More if they're in better shape.

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    Ace250man

    Jul 2004
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    buy as many as you can for $5.00
    ALLEN

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    us
    Jan 2008
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    I sold quite a few last month of avarage circulation shape and got $6.00 each for them

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    Jul 2005
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    seems like a good price

  6. #6
    stefen

    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    buy in lots of 5 for $20...better deal

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    us
    Apr 2009
    copperopolis ca.
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    If I could find someone willing to sell lots of five for $20, I would buy all they had. $5.00 is a really good deal.

  8. #8

    Jun 2008
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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    Quote Originally Posted by dunc
    If I could find someone willing to sell lots of five for $20, I would buy all they had. $5.00 is a really good deal.
    melt value is a little over 12 times face, so 10 times face is good.

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    da book worm--researcher

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    Re: Walking Liberty Halves

    with silver at $17 per oz (spot) --a 90% silver walker half has $6.15 of silver in it ( a bit over 12 x face value)-- so yah $5 (10 x face value) is a good deal , even at $14 a oz --it still has $5.06 of silver value in it. --so silver would have to go under $14 a oz to lose value below $5 on it . --of course buying is one thing --selling is another -- some places will give 90% of spot when selling but it can be tough to find em. -- of course condition is key when coin collecting * the coins if rare or in good shape could fetch more that way.

    2010 red book list all the 1940 to 1945 walkers in G4 (rotten) shape at $7 and the 46's and 47's at $7.25

 

 

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