Barber Dimes were issued from 1892 to 1916. Charles Barber was the designer and Barber Dimes were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans, and San Francisco.
There are many scarce dates in this series with the 1894-S Barber Dime being one of the most famous rarities in all of American numismatics. Only 24 coins were struck and examples of this rare Barber Dime have fetched over one million dollars at auction!
Roll of 50 AG or better.
A frosted proof with needle-sharp detail and flashy brilliant luster over highly reflective surfaces.
CAC. Fantastic blast white surfaces with heavily frosted design features. Super eye appeal!
Pasty white luster with a touch of peripheral color.
Flashy white luster with beautiful contrast between the frosted design elements and the very deep mirrored fields.
A solid strike with creamy white luster and minimal abrasions. A better date in mint state.
CAC. Exquisite peripheral turquoise, russet and gold with a frosted champagne core. The strike is very bold and the superb deep mirrored surfaces are virtually flawless.
CAC. Beautiful blast white surfaces with a nice frosty look and more cartwheel than generally seen on a proof. The surfaces are essentially mark-free and the eye appeal is outstanding!
CAC. Beautiful frosted design features set against flashy deep mirrored fields. Super quality!
CAC. A stunning blast white proof with fantastic contrast between the deep mirrored fields and the heavily frosted devices. Super eye appeal!
Blast white with frosted devices and nice 'cameo' contrast.
Crisp white luster with deep reflective fields and heavily frosted design features.
Very attractive with nice mirror surfaces and dove-gray and gold toning.
CAC. Although not designated as a Cameo; there is wonderful contrast between the snow white frosted design and the deep brilliant mirrored fields. A gorgeous proof that is clearly premium quality for the grade.
A visually stunning coin with blazing luster off proof-like surfaces and a lovely light lavender hue. The design features are frosted and produce a nice cameo effect. The star designation is a further indication of how much NGC liked this piece. 2.65 million minted yet surprisingly scarce in mint state. This is the only MS-67 graded at NGC with none finer.
CAC. Lustrous white surfaces and a sharp strike. A tough date in mint state with CAC approved coins being particularly hard to locate.
CAC. Nice dove-gray, olive-green and gold patina over deep mirror surfaces.