In terms of Walking Liberty Half Dollar coinage, the lowest production total after the 1921 issues is the 1938-D. The 491,600 mintage was small enough that at one point, Denver Mint personnel had all of them bagged and stacked on a single cart.
Consequently, the 1938-D is very near the top of the list for focused collectors of the beautiful Walking Liberty Half Dollar. The coin has steadily increased in value for decades, but price wise, still remains attainable for collectors with modest budgets.
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