Barber Quarter (1895)
Barber Quarter (1895)
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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 1895 4.4 million coins were minted at the Philadelphia Mint.

This 1895 coin has not been graded by a professional, appears to be in good to fine condition.  

On the Obverse:  Date and In God We Trust are easily read (without a third eye); all stars are still star-shaped, although a couple of points are lightly worn; Liberty's outline is well-defined and location of eye, mouth and ear are locatable while features on her head-headband, ribbon, etc, not so much.   

On the Reverse: This is the side that is seems to be close to fine condition. Although all lettering and stars show just little wear. The eagle sillouette is good, but features on the ribbon, arrows, shield are worn down.  

Please see photos to assess the coin for yourself.
Specifications
Dimensions: 15/16" Round; In Sleeve: 1-7/8" x 2"
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