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1892-1916 10 Cent Barber BU
Barber Gave Miss Liberty a Haircut!
When the U.S. Mint engraver, Charles Barber, designed the new dime to be struck in 1892, he copied George Morgan's "Miss Liberty" off the Morgan Dollar. Basically, he just gave her a haircut and faced her the other way! His new dime was minted all the way up through 1916, and the depressions of the 1890s and 1930s meant that his dimes were used until virtually all of them wore out. Lucky for you, we've located a small supply in high-grade Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Don't miss yours!
|Coin Weight||2.5 Grams - g|