1943 the highest mintage of the walking liberty half dollars, have retail values of $8.00-$9.00 for coins of medium wear.
No one dollar coins were made in 1943 and no "Dancing Liberty" designs have ever be used. The coin is a 1943 Walking Liberty Half Dolllar that is very common and most are valued at $7.00-$9.00
The 1943 Walking Liberty half dollar is the high mintage of the series with an average value of $5.00 to $8.00 in circulated condition.
Most 1943 Walking Liberty half dollars show heavy wear and retail value is $12.00 regardless of any mintmark.
It all depends on where it was minted and the condition of the coin. In 1943, the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. In Good condition, they are about the same value at $6.50. In Brilliant uncirculated condition (MS-65): Philadelphia: $40 Denver: $70 San Francisco: $50 View the links below to find the precise values for different grades and conditions.
1943 has the highest mintage of all walkers and circulated coins are valued at $6.00-$9.00 Uncirculated examples start at $12.00
American Silver Eagles were fist made in 1986, by the date (1943) you have a Liberty Walking Half dollar with a average value of $10.00
1943 Walking Liberty half dollars are the highest mintage of the series. The mid to low circulated grades are just above bullion value, but in EF $9.00 in AU$13.00. In mint state grades starting price is about $30.00.
The Liberty dime minted in 1943 was 90% silver. The current rate for a circulated 1943 Liberty Dime is the current value of the silver of the coin, presently $5.50
In circulated condition, this coin's silver content makes it worth about $6 regardless of mint mark.
All U.S. coins dated 1943 have the word LIBERTY on them, but no U.S. coin is called a "LIBERTY" coin. For 1943 the denominations are: Lincoln cents, Jefferson nickels, Mercury dimes, Washington quarters and Walking Liberty half dollars.