Now’s your chance to own a 5-coin set of scarce Barber half dollars – coins that ushered in the last century. Barber halves were struck in 90% silver from 1892-1915, during the era of Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and the Model T! Back then, 50¢ was half a day’s pay, so original mintages were low. In fact, nearly two-thirds of the series had mintages of less than 2 million. Then, in the 1970s and 1980s, the silver melts took their toll, making these 90% silver half dollars scarce today.
You can own a 5-coin set of classic silver half dollars, struck from 1900-1915 by the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints, presented in a handsome display case. Though these coins don’t meet industry grading standards, they offer an affordable way to add vintage Barber half dollars to your collection. Now more than 95 years old, these silver halves will only grow scarcer, so get your set right away!
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: Mixed Years