Barber Quarter (1910)
Barber Quarter (1910)
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The Barber Quarter was struck by the United States Mint from 1892 through 1916 and designed by Mint Engraver Charles Barber. 

In 1910 just over 2.2  million were produced (with no mint mark).

This 1910 coin has not been graded by a professional, appears to be in very good condition.

On the Obverse:  IN GOD WE TRUST and stars all raised but worn just a little; Headband shows most letters clearly (L-I-B-E-R-T-Y) legible although the lower part of E and R are worn .   

On the Reverse:  All text is sharp and clear; the stars are in beautiful shape; Rim shows some wear but cogs are quiet sharp. E PLURIBUS UNUM in ribbon is legible, although the M is mostly worn. Some features on the shield are viewable.

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Specifications
Dimensions: 15/16" Round; In Sleeve: 1-7/8" x 2"
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