Barber Half Dollars were made from 1892 to 1915. They were designed by Charles Barber with the same design as used on the dime and quarter.
Coins were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans, and San Francisco. Many better dates exist in the Barber Half Dollar Series, but none are prohibitively rare or expensive.
The lowest mintage in the series prior to 1913 - 390,000 minted.
Sharp detail and lustrous with light golden-gray surfaces and just a touch of wear.
Sharply struck with vivid luster and nearly mark-free surfaces. Mostly cream-white with delicate peripheral toning.
Flashy white luster and an amazing strike with highly reflective proof-like fields. One of just 4 1894-O halves that PCGS has designated as 'Proof-Like'.
Well detailed steel-gray surfaces. A better date in a desirable mid-level circulated grade.
Rich satiny white luster and a very sharp strike with nearly mark-free surfaces. Super quality and a better date that is particularly tough in high grade!
Strong detail with pleasing olive-gray surfaces. One of the key dates in the series with a modest mintage of 632,000.
CAC. A choice example of this scarce date which saw a mintage of just 632,000 pieces. This beautiful 'Barber' has a vibrant champagne-white core framed by lavender and gold at the rim. The eye appeal is outstanding.
CAC. Sharply struck and highly lustrous with delicate champagne and powder-blue toning.
CAC. Rich cream-white luster and a bold strike with pleasing surfaces. A tough date in all grades with a modest mintage of 847,044 and very elusive in mint state. Only 6 coins have graded numerically finer at PCGS.
Bright lustrous surfaces and P.Q. for the grade!
Blast white with nearly flawless surfaces and light frost on the design. A lucky 777 were minted.