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.
A stunning proof with heavy frost on the design and deep mirrored fields. Extremely flashy and great eye appeal!
CAC. Very flashy white surfaces and nearly pristine with wonderful cameo contrast.
Nicely frosted devices and very reflective fields that create a lovely 'black and white' effect. A light touch of golden hue adds depth and eye appeal to otherwise brilliant white surfaces. A true stand-out.
One of the keys to the series and a real prize in mint state. This is a beautiful coin with satiny white luster, a very sharp strike, and no heavy abrasions.
A beautiful Gem Proof with heavy frost on the design and ultra deep mirrored fields. The surfaces are mostly white with just a hint of gold.
Extremely well struck with satiny white luster over nice clean surfaces. A tough date to find in any mint state grade.
Very well struck with frosty luster and a blend of light champagne-gold tone.
CAC. Attractive and flashy with a light champagne hue over choice surfaces.
CAC. Incredible quality with amazingly fresh and bright original surfaces that are essentially perfect. If you're building a memorable date or type set, this is the coin for you!
Extremely flashy with a vibrant white core framed by a band of russet and turquoise toning at the perimeter. A very small proof mintage of 545. Super eye appeal!
A modest 712,000 minted during the final year of operation at the New Orleans Mint. This is a well struck example with nearly mark-free surfaces. It is fully lustrous with a bright silver center surrounded by rings of beautiful iridescent toning.
Blast white and a great strike with beautifully frosted design features. Super quality!
A 'key' date with a mintage of only 40,000.
Nearly VF detail with all letters in LIBERTY clearly evident. Old 'green label' holder.
CAC. Well detailed with pleasing original medium gray surfaces. By far, the lowest mintage of the series with only 40,000 minted.