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1892 Barber Half Dollar

1892-P Barber Half Dollar

The 1892 Barber Half Dollar had a mintage of just 934,000. The composition of these coins is 90% silver, 10% copper. These coins contain .3617 troy ounces of silver, and have a diameter of 30.6mm.

What do you get? Our experienced numismatists will hand select your 1892 Barber Half Dollar and will use the grading scale below based on the coin you purchased. Coins in Almost Good condition will have worn rims and surfaces, but a readable date and mint mark if applicable. Good condition coins will have few, if any details on the obverse with a full rim or almost full rim, all letters on the reverse will be clear of the rim, and may or may not have full rims. Very Good coins will have three letters visible in LIBERTY and the reverse will have full rims with some of the feathers beginning to show. Fine coins will have all letters in LIBERTY readable, although some may be weak with the bottom of the letters worn. About half the feathers and most of E PLURIBUS UNUM will be readable on the reverse. All letters in LIBERTY are easily readable in Very Fine with the headband complete on the higher VF30 grade coins, and most feathers on the reverse will show. Light wear and most details will be present on Extra Fine coins and the band will be complete under LIBERTY. Please scroll down to view our available inventory and pricing.

Item# Item Name Our Price Qty
1892H4 1892 Barber Half Dollar - G4
1892H7 1892 Barber Half Dollar - VG7
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1892H40 1892 Barber Half Dollar - EF40
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5 of 5 Nice coin, accurate grading, good price. February 28, 2016
Reviewer: syeb from New York  
Ordering a coin site unseen is always a risk. Especially a relatively scarce coin where good samples are hard to come by.  But USSQ came through and sent a very nice half dollar for the grade and year. Their grade in the description accurately reflected the actual coin sent. Will be buying from them again.

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