The 1 oz Walking Liberty Silver Round is a replica of the design made famous by Adolph A. Weinman, a German-born sculptor who came to the U.S. as a child in 1880. Weinman was acclaimed for important sculptural commissions, which included the Post Office Department Building in Washington, D.C. and New York’s Pennsylvania Station. Weinman is perhaps best known for designing the “Walking Liberty.” This classic, stunning design has come to be one of our nation’s most recognized silver bullion symbols. The Walking Liberty design was initially used on the U.S. Half Dollar (1916-1947) but remains in use today on the American Silver Eagle.
- Weighs 1 troy ounce
- 999 Pure Silver
- 39mm bullion round has a fine, reeded edge
- Popular Walking Liberty design derived from U.S. coins
- One ounce silver rounds offer a great combination of low cost and portability
The front (obverse) side of the 1 oz Walking Liberty Silver Round features a design better known as Walking Liberty, adorned with flowers and extending a graceful arm to greet the sunrise. The word LIBERTY is shown in a semi-circle surrounding the lady. The motto, “IN GOD WE TRUST,” is sharply engraved on the right side.
The reverse of the 1 oz Walking Liberty Silver Round contains the proud American Eagle with outstretched wings behind a shield. Above the eagle’s head are 13 stars, representing the 13 original colonies of the United States. Below the eagle are inscriptions of the round’s weight and purity, along with the HM stamp that indicates production by the Highland Mint in Florida