Silver and AI!

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Ok, let's try something different with AI today. First, let me show you one of my favorite coins from my vault, a Walking Liberty half dollar from 1942. Not in the finest condition but oh well 😂

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Vs a euro

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Ok, normally between all these photos and shit I would write some more info about the coin after first doing some research.

Let's do something different this time... Let's see what the AI can tell me about it!

Tell me what you know about the walking liberty half dollar

The Walking Liberty half dollar is a silver coin that was produced by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1947. The coin was designed by Adolph A. Weinman, and it features a depiction of Lady Liberty striding towards the sun on the obverse (front) side of the coin. The reverse (back) side of the coin features an eagle perched on a mountaintop.

The Walking Liberty half dollar was highly regarded for its beauty and artistic design, and it is considered to be one of the most iconic and beloved coins in American history. The coin was minted in large numbers, and it is still widely collected by numismatists today.

The Walking Liberty half dollar was replaced by the Franklin half dollar in 1948. Today, original Walking Liberty half dollars are highly sought after by collectors, and they are considered to be valuable pieces of American history and numismatic art.

How much silver does it have

The Walking Liberty half dollar is a silver coin, and it contains a total of 0.36169 ounces of silver. The coin is 90% silver and 10% copper, which gives it a silver weight of 0.36169 ounces and a copper weight of 0.04081 ounces. The coin has a total weight of 0.40250 ounces.

Anything else I should know?

One interesting fact about the Walking Liberty half dollar is that it was designed by Adolph A. Weinman, a well-known American sculptor and artist. Weinman was a prolific artist who created many famous works of art, including the statue of Atlas that sits outside the entrance to New York's Grand Central Terminal.

In addition to the Walking Liberty half dollar, Weinman also designed the Mercury dime, which was produced by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1945. Like the Walking Liberty half dollar, the Mercury dime is considered to be one of the most beautiful and iconic coins in American history.

The Walking Liberty half dollar and the Mercury dime are both examples of Weinman's talent and artistic ability, and they are still widely admired and collected today.

Tell me more about Adolph A Weinman and what he got up to when he wasn't making art or sculptures

Adolph A. Weinman was a well-known American sculptor and artist who was active during the early 20th century. Weinman was born in Germany in 1870, and he immigrated to the United States with his family when he was a young boy.

Weinman studied art at the Arts Students League of New York and the American Academy of Fine Arts, and he quickly gained recognition for his talent and artistic ability. He worked as a sculptor and artist, creating many famous works of art, including the statue of Atlas that sits outside the entrance to New York's Grand Central Terminal.

In addition to his work as a sculptor and artist, Weinman was also a medalist, which means that he designed and produced medals for various organizations and events. He created many well-known medals, including the Congressional Gold Medal and the Purple Heart.

When he wasn't creating art or sculptures, Weinman enjoyed traveling and exploring the outdoors. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved hiking and camping, and he often took trips to the mountains and forests to enjoy the natural beauty of the United States.

Weinman passed away in 1952 at the age of 82, but his art and sculptures continue to be admired and celebrated today.



God damn! That was pretty impressive! I could spend like 5-10 mins editing (mostly to remove the repetitive stuff) and nobody would know this was all generated on the spot !

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You received an upvote of 100% from Precious the Silver Mermaid!

Thank you for contributing more great content to the #SilverGoldStackers tag.
You have created a Precious Gem!

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Bang, I did it again... I just rehived your post!
Week 135 of my contest just started...you can now check the winners of the previous week!
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I think you hit a milestone for lengthy content for the first time. Hahaha. A flagon of ale to celebrate that.

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Ah Now you're taking This onto the Next Level.... AI really made it more spicier and could make hilarious shit. Looking forward to see where it will Go and what's coming ahead.

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Very nice coin. I would like to collect old coins.

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Walking Liberty half dollar from 1942.
You also said that you have other coins in your safe. I wonder what else:)

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Well that AI shit is pretty impressive and tbh I believe that we are going to be useless in front of machines in the long term. Man the future is pretty alarming! Cool coin though
!PIZZA

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I could spend like 5-10 mins editing (mostly to remove the repetitive stuff) and nobody would know this was all generated on the spot !

I would know...:))

Man, how dull the euro looks in comparison to the "half a dollar". It's like it was made in Romania or some other shitty country :))

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Hahaha, to be fair US coins are pieces of art, silver or not!

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What Artificial Intelligence program do you use? I looked at your articles, you are sharing with a really different style.

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Its called chatgbt. I found it 3 days ago and having some fun with it!

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I love to see old coins you can share 1947 coin with us. It's very old coin but it's looks fresh and eagle print looks also very amazing. Thanks for sharing this unique thing.

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The Silver Liberty is nice. Condition is vintage but it's great for stacking !

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Read it twice :P

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OK now i know!

A good response to a post about a silver coin might be something like:

"Wow, that's a really beautiful coin! I love the design and the intricate details. It's amazing to think that this coin was minted so long ago, and it's still in such great condition. Thanks for sharing this with us!"

Alternatively, you could also offer some information or insights about the coin, such as its history, value, or rarity. For example:

"Did you know that this particular coin was minted during a specific time period or event? It might be interesting to research its history and learn more about its significance. Additionally, depending on its condition and rarity, this coin might be worth quite a bit of money to collectors. It's always fascinating to learn about the value and history of these old coins."

Overall, the key to a good response is to be genuine, informative, and respectful. By showing interest and providing helpful information, you can engage in a productive and interesting conversation about the coin.

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Very soon we will not be able to understand who is there on the other side of the screen. Human or AI.
Bots will write posts and comments in a huge Hive. And a person will lie on the beach and sometimes ask AI - "what's new in my account?"

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Old coins are good. They will be valuable in the future

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Yes, the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar was so good, it was cloned into the American Silver Eagle Dollar. Hard to improve on perfection. Thanks again, @trumpman.

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That ai text generator is going to get really good in a couple of months, watch out

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So my question for AI is, "How do I upvote the Ai?"

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you still need to spellcast :) Sometimes this can be a lot of work :P

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"I'm sorry, but I am not capable of receiving upvotes or any other form of recognition. I am simply a computer program designed to assist with answering questions and providing information. I do not have the ability to interact with the internet or other external systems in the way you are suggesting. My sole purpose is to provide helpful information and support to those who have questions."

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It's nice to see you use AI and I think it's doing a decent job of filtering the information. About how much did you cut out because it was repetitive?

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Wow , whats the AI you used for that ?

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I have to admit, I'm impressed 😂😂
Isn't a half dollar just 50cents😂😂

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