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.
Roll of 40 AG or better.
Blazing white luster, a needle-sharp strike, and wonderful eye appeal.
Well struck with faint golden toning on the obverse and a silver-gray reverse.
CAC approved. Well struck with rich mint luster and a beautiful mix of russet, baby-blue, amber, and gold toning. Super quality!
CAC. Nice cameo contrast with a light golden hue. Most dealers and collectors will grade this higher than 62!
From the first year of the series with a proof mintage of 1,245. Rich, highly reflective lavender-olive surfaces. Outstanding quality!
Mostly white mirrored fields with a light golden hue. There is considerable mint frost on the devices producing a nice white cameo effect. Definitely premium quality for a Proof-64!
Flashy white mirrored fields with a touch of gold at the rim and nice frost on the devices. The nicest Proof-61 you can imagine!
Wonderful rich toning. The obverse centers around golden russet with a peripheral ring of rainbow. The reverse has a crescent of multi-color blend. An area encompassing the eagle and stars is primarily white. Only 5 graded higher at PCGS.
Well struck with golden-gray, lustrous surfaces.
Well struck with creamy white luster and great eye appeal. A coin that looks like an MS-63, but has just the barest touch of 'rub'.
PCGS Secure holder. A full strike with intense creamy white luster that shows a very light gold hue. Very attractive with outstanding eye appeal.
A pleasing, well detailed example of this better date.