Walking Liberty Half Dollar Mintages
The series of Walking Liberty Half Dollars spanned the years 1916 to 1947 inclusive. However, during this period, there were several periods during which coins were not minted. This included 1922, 1924-1926, and 1930-1932.
For years when coins were produced, mintages were relatively high with the exception of a few key issues. This includes the 1916-S obverse mint mark, 1921, 1921-D, 1921-S, and 1938-D.
Over the complete history of the series, total production reached more than 485 million. The highest mintage occurred for the 1942 Walking Liberty Half Dollar at 47,818,000. The lowest mintage was for the 1921-D at 208,000 pieces.
Proof coin production ranged from a low of 3,901 for 1936 to a high of 21,120 for 1942.
Mintage figures for each date and mint mark combination for circulation strike Walking Liberty Half Dollars is listed below.
|1917-D Obv Mint Mark||765,400|
|1917-D Rev Mint Mark||1,940,000|
|1917-S Obv Mint Mark||952,000|
|1917-S Rev Mint Mark||5,554,000|