The 1916 Walking Liberty coin has a full rim on both the obverse and reverse and the letters are clear of the rim. Very small rim ding at 2:00 O'clock. On the reverse one small rim ding at 4:00. The coin is a natural dark color and has not been dipped. If it was it would have the white color some times observed when a circulated coin is dipped. The coin is a no problem coins in that there are not any big scratches or gouges on it.
This coin has been encapsulated PCGS and is a beautiful example of the Walking Liberty Half.
This coin has a stone white original look on the obverse and reverse. This coin has a beautiful look and great eye appeal and glistens when tilted. The cart wheel effect shows a flash of light when tilting the coin in a rotary motion. The coin has exceptional eye appeal with lower than average marks a strong strike and grate mint luster.
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