Issued from 1892 to 1916, the Barber Coinage was a common design series from the United States Mint for the dime, quarter, and half dollar. The coins featured the same effigy of Liberty on the obverse for all denominations, with a shared design on the reverse of the larger two denominations. Right now, 90% Silver Barber Dimes are available to purchase online at Silver.com in Very Good+ condition.
- Ships to you inside of a plastic bag!
- Includes 10 coins in all!
- Total face value of $1 (USD)!
- Consists of .07234 Troy ounce of actual silver content.
- Bears an individual face value of $.10 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- The obverse depicts Liberty in right-profile relief.
- On the reverse is the denomination and a wreath.
- Please keep in mind you could get matching or varied date marks.
Each of the 90% Silver Barber Dimes available to you in this product listing come with Very Good+ conditions. The “plus” means the coins are on the higher end of all coins that would receive a Very Good designation. The coins have medium to heavy with some of the details from the coin still easily visible.
Your coins are packaged together in plastic bags of 10 coins in total. With 10 90% Silver Barber Dimes included in the bag, you receive a total of $1 (USD) in face value. The date marks available for the Barber Dime include 1892 to 1916, but there is no guarantee on the dates you receive. Your coins could all match with date marks or have different date marks.
The obverse side of the 90% Silver Barber Dimes includes the image of Lady Liberty. This design was created by Charles E. Barber in 1892 for the series. It depicts Liberty in right-profile relief with her hair in a cap that keeps it in a bun while she wears a crown wreath on her head that is tied together at the back.
On the reverse side of 90% Silver Barber Dimes, you will find the image of the coin’s denomination surrounded by a wreath. The denomination is written out in full text as “One Dime,” while the skinny wreath surrounds the entire center portion of the design field.
Barber Dimes were produced by the United States Mint through 1916. It is actually the third-most recent design in American history on this denomination. It was replaced in 1916 by the Mercury Dime, which was then replaced in 1946 by the Franklin Roosevelt design. That design remains on the coin to this day.
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