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.
Mostly white lustrous surfaces with a clean look for the grade. A popular New Orleans Mint date from the first year of the series.
Flashy white luster and a very sharp strike. A better date in all grades with a modest mintage of 740,000. Very elusive in this grade with only 11 coins having graded numerically finer at PCGS.
Exquisite cameo devices with mostly blast white surfaces. A touch of golden tint lines the outermost edge of the obverse. Fantastic eye appeal. Only 7 coins graded numerically higher at PCGS.
Satiny white luster and well struck with strong eye appeal.
Blast white and a great strike with frosty devices contrasting nicely against semi proof-like fields. Wonderful eye appeal!
Scarce in any grade with a mintage of only 924,000. Extremely elusive at this grade level. Silver-gray surfaces are well detailed on this nearly mint state coin.
This is the rarest date in the series in Mint State, surpassing even the 1904-S. This example has frosted white design features and magnificent proof-like surfaces with very few insignificant marks. The strike is consistent with most of the known high grade examples. It is solid overall with some weakness to the right side stars and slight weakness to the right side of the shield on the reverse and the eagle's neck. This is a super collector coin and one of the stars of our inventory!
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!
Brilliant white surfaces with a touch of light gold dusting. A nice mirror and frost contrast provides strong eye appeal.
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.
Well detailed steel-gray surfaces. A scarce and desirable circulated grade.
Steel gray surfaces and solid detail.
Brilliant white surfaces with nearly full mint luster. Despite a mintage of 933,900, a scarce date in all grades levels and a very desirable addition to any collection.
CAC. Rich russet and golden-champagne shades blend upon lustrous nearly mint state surfaces. A very desirable issue in all grades and very elusive this nice.
Attractive lustrous surfaces.
Champagne-white surfaces with frosted design features and highly reflective deep mirrored fields.
Well detailed and solid for the grade.