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Early 20th Century Quarters

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The Barber and Standing Liberty Silver Quarters were America’s Quarters in the early part of the 20th century.

• Both coins were struck in the beauty of 90% silver.

• The last Barber Silver Quarter was struck nearly a century ago in 1916, when it was replaced with the Standing Liberty Silver Quarter. 

• The coin is named after its designer, Charles E. Barber, who was Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint.

• The obverse shows Liberty, while the reverse depicts a heraldic eagle.

• The Standing Liberty Silver Quarter replaced the Barber Silver Quarter in 1916. 

• Designed by famed sculptor Hermon A. MacNeil, the coin shows Liberty standing with a shield (symbolizing defense) in one hand and an olive branch (symbolizing peace) in the other.

• The reverse of the coin is a dramatic eagle in flight.

• These coins disappeared from circulation long ago and are a superb way to relive history.
Comes in a wallet with a Crtificate of Authenticity

SKU: 125J
Weight: 1.00
Price: $59.99


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