The coins of the Barber Coinage include a dime, quarter, and half dollar with an image of Liberty used on the obverse of all three denominations. Designed by Charles E. Barber, these coins were not very popular while in circulation but still have value today courtesy of the 90% silver content of each one. Today, 90% Silver Barber Quarters are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in a bag!
- Contains 4 US quarters in all!
- Includes date marks from 1892 to 1916!
- Contains .18084 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- The face value of $.25 (USD) per coin is fully backed by the US government.
- On the obverse is Lady Liberty.
- The reverse bears an American bald eagle.
- Cull condition.
- Please keep in mind you could receive coins with several different date marks.
Charles E. Barber was the 6th Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. He succeeded his father William Barber in the role of Chief Engraver and held the title from 1880 until 1917 when he died. One of his seminal achievements was the designs featured on the Barber Coinage that were produced from 1892 to 1916.
All of the 90% Silver Barber Quarters in this product listing are in cull condition. Coins in cull condition have severe damage, as well as heavy wear and tear. The designs may be significantly worn and the coin surface may have dents, dings, scratches, or even holes present. This listing offers you a total of four US quarters with a total face value of $1 (USD).
The coins arrive in a bag and we cannot guarantee the date marks you receive. Your coins may all have the same date marks or varying different date marks. We choose all coins at random once your payment has been processed.
On the obverse of the 90% Silver Barber Quarters is a right-profile bust of Lady Liberty. This image of Liberty includes a crown wreath on her head with her hair up in a cap. The date mark is featured on this face of the coin.
The reverse face of 90% Silver Barber Quarters features the heraldic eagle of the United States. Originally designed in 1792 by Robert Scot and modified by Barber for the quarter and half dollar in the Barber Coinage. It depicts an eagle with the national shield on its chest and a random cluster of 13 stars above its head.
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