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.
Thick frosty white luster rests on sharply struck surfaces. A beautiful first-year example.
Blast white and nearly flawless with frosted design elements that contrast beautifully against deep mirrored fields. A gorgeous first-year Barber Quarter.
Very sharply struck with a blend of gold, champagne, and a touch of green resting upon lustrous surfaces.
Lustrous silver-gray surfaces and a sharp strike. A tougher date in all grades and very desirable.
Satiny white luster and well struck with excellent eye appeal.
Strong detail and pleasing surfaces.
Problem-free steel-gray surfaces with solid detail.
A better date with attractive light steel-gray surfaces.
Problem-free light steel-gray surfaces. A very desirable 'mid' grade example of a 'key' date most often seen in lower grades.
CAC. Battleship gray surfaces and strong eye appeal for the grade. A better date that is sure to please.
Pleasing battleship gray surfaces and solid detail. A tough middle grade example and 'key' date with a mintage of only 188,039. Housed in an old 'green label' holder.
A well-detailed 'key' date in a tough middle grade. The surfaces are battleship gray and very attractive.
A better date with pleasing steel-gray surfaces and solid detail for the grade.
Brilliant white surfaces with a subtle hue. A strong mirror and frost contrast and a clean look. A mintage of only 731.
Original steel-gray surfaces.
VF Detail. Environmental Damage.