In the year 1914, Hollywood became the film center of the world and the Panama canal officially opened. That same year, the Philadelphia Mint struck just over 6.2 million Barber silver quarters - less than 0.5% of the quarters it struck in 2006. Now you can add one to your collection! Designed by Charles E. Barber, this 90% classic is prized for it's age, beauty, and scarcity. Many were lost to the numerous silver melts over the years, with those that survived eagerly snatched up by collectors. So, who knows how many still survive? Add this one to your collection today!
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1914