Struck from 1892 to 1915, the 90% silver Barber Half Dollar is a classic American design. Featuring Liberty with a triple headdress consisting of a cap, a laurel wreath, and a tiny coronet inscribed with her name, the Barber Half Dollar gains its name from designer Charles E. Barber, Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. Barber is one of the most famous and prolific coin designers in U.S. Mint history, having designed a full range of circulating coinage in his day. Here we have a Barber Half Dollar struck at the respected San Francisco Mint. Date varies, and your coin will arrive in a custom designed card detailing the background of this issue.
FAMOUS BARBER HALF DOLLAR – The image on this coin features the Liberty Head design created by Charles E. Barber, the U.S. Mint’s 6th Chief Engraver. These coins were struck from 1892 and 1915.
STRUCK IN FINE SILVER – Each coin available here was struck in 12.5 grams of highly pure 90% fine silver and measures 30.6 mm in diameter.
UNITED STATES LEGAL TENDER – These coins are 50 cents legal tender in the United States.
CIRCULATED CONDITION – Your 1892–1915-S Barber Silver Half Dollar comes in Circulated condition, meaning it actually circulated in commerce and still retains its beautiful design. Date will vary.
RELATIVELY LOW MINTAGES – Of all the Barber Half Dollars struck by the various U.S. branch mints, the ones struck by the San Francisco Mint are among the fewest. just 27% of these Half Dollars were struck there.
This Silver Barber Half Dollar coin is one of the most famous coin in American coinage history. Order yours today!