Barber Dime

The Barber Dime refers to a series of ten-cent coins that were minted by the United States from 1892 to 1916. The coins were designed by Charles E. Barber, who was the Chief Engraver of the United States Mint at the time. The Barber Dime is part of a larger series of coins known as the “Barber coinage,” which also includes the Barber Quarter and Barber Half Dollar.

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What is the Barber Dime?
The Barber Dime is a coin that was minted by the United States Mint from 1892 to 1916. It was named after its designer, Charles E. Barber, who also designed the Barber Quarter and Barber Half Dollar. The Barber Dime features a depiction of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap on the obverse (front) and an image of a wreath surrounding the denomination on the reverse (back).
What are some key characteristics of the Barber Dime?
The Barber Dime, made of 90% silver and 10% copper, has a diameter of 17.9 mm and a weight of 2.5 grams. It features reeded edges and has a face value of 10 cents. The coin's design is known for its classical and intricate appearance, with Liberty's head facing right and the reverse displaying a wreath composed of agricultural products such as corn, wheat, and cotton.
Are Barber Dimes valuable?
The value of Barber Dimes can vary depending on factors such as date, mint mark, condition, and rarity. Some Barber Dimes may be more valuable than others due to low mintages or higher demand from collectors. Certain years and mint marks, such as the 1894-S and the 1901-S, are particularly sought after and can command higher prices. It is advisable to consult pricing guides or seek the assistance of reputable coin dealers or numismatic experts to determine the specific value of a Barber Dime in your possession.
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