The Barber Half Dollar was minted from 1892 - 1916 and was designed by Charles E. Barber, the chief engraver for the U.S. Mint. These coins have a diameter of 30.6mm and have a reeded edge. Made of 90% silver and 10% copper and containing a total of .36169 troy ounces of silver. These Barber Half Dollars are very popular with collectors due to the silver content. We have an extensive inventory of these coins, fitting every collectors budget and needs.
G4 Good - Date and legends readable. LIBERTY worn off headband. VG8 Very Good - Minimum of three letters readable in LIBERTY. F12 Fine - LIBERTY completely readable but not sharp. VF20 Very Fine - All letters in LIBERTY evenly plain. EF40 Extra Fine - LIBERTY bold, and its ribbon distinct. AU50 Almost Uncirculated - Slight trace of wear above forehead, leaf tips, and cheek. Also on the head, tail and wing tips of the eagle.