$59.00 – Sold Out
This lot of 10 Barber dollars isn't the prettiest, but silver is still worth something even in the ugliest of forms. The melt value alone on this group is about $42, so it's not too bad of an investment for the silver stackers out there.
These coins were purchased in a group used for our U.S. Quarters Collection, but did not make the cut in terms of quality.
Engraved by Charles E. Barber, these quarters showcased a liberty head on one side and a formidable eagle, with talons gripping both an olive branch and arrows, on the other. Struck from 1892 to 1916, they hold the distinction of being one of the most iconic American coins from the turn of the 20th century. Though the Barber Quarters had their fair share of admirers and critics alike, by 1916 they met the end of their production run. But the demand for quarters was ceaseless, and thus they were replaced by the evocative Standing Liberty Quarter.
All coins in bulk lots are shipped together in a single bag, to make the price as low as possible. No display box is included. You will receive the exact coins in the photos.
A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Our original glass and leatherette display boxes showcase your relic above a custom information card, with a design unique to History Hoard.