Walking Liberty Eagle Half Dollar Money Clip
The Walking Liberty Half Dollar was minted from 1916 to 1947. This range of years included the coin's introduction during World War 1, the Great Depression and World War 2. The coin's design featured a stylistic and strong representation of the United States, a fitting image for the time period.
The reverse of the coin features an eagle facing left, perched on a rock ledge with a twisted branch extending. The eagle's wings are raised in a stance of defiance, armed with fearsome talons and representing America's military might. "United States of Americe" appears above the eagle, with "E Pluribus Unum" to the left and "Half Dollar" below.
Every letter is hand cut and electro plated with platinum and 24K gold. The money clip is bright, high luster silver and measures 2" high X 1-1/4" wide.