Barber quarters were issued from 1892 to 1916. They were designed by Charles Barber and struck in Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans, and San Francisco.
1896-S, 1901-S and 1913-S are the rarest dates of Barber Quarters. A 1901-S Barber Quarter demands several thousand dollars in even the lowest grade and is by far the rarest coin in the Barber Quarter series.
Very sharply struck with a blend of gold, champagne, and a touch of green resting upon lustrous surfaces.
CAC. Well detailed with pleasing soft-gray surfaces.
A better date with pleasing steel-gray surfaces and solid detail for the grade.
VF Detail. Environmental Damage.
This prized middle grade example exhibits light steel-gray surfaces and solid detail. Only 72,664 pieces were struck of this 'key' date and most survivors are in lower grades due to heavy circulation. A very desirable example that would fit well into an advanced collection.
Evenly worn with attractive surfaces and strong detail for the grade. This is the 'key' date to the series and is usually found in very low grade.
Arguably the rarest regular issue silver coin of the 20th century. Just 72,664 were minted and very few were saved. Collectors at that time collected by date without regard for mintmark so the high mintage 1901 and 1901-O were added to most collections. This is an attractive example with bold detail and light gray surfaces with a trace of mint luster. The vast majority of 1901-S quarters grade Fair to Good. Just 5 XF-40 coins have been graded at PCGS and NGC combined.
CAC. Flashy brilliant surfaces with a tiny trace of color at the rim. Very attractive.
Lustrous mostly white surfaces with a light champagne tint along the periphery.
Sharply struck with no noteworthy marks and rich satiny luster. A touch of toning attests to the originality of this beautiful Gem. Just 4 MS-67 and a single remarkable 68+ coin have graded finer at PCGS.
A beautiful blast white Premium Gem with excellent eye appeal.