Jump start or expand a Barber dime collection with consecutive 1911-1916 Philadelphia Mint issues from the last six years of the series. Minted in 90% silver and named for their designer Charles Barber, the century-old U.S. coins feature a classic image of Liberty on the obverse and the denomination one dime within a wreath on the reverse. Struck in small quantities compared to current dime mintages, these 1911-1916 coins were the last issues from the main U.S. Mint in Philadelphia before Barber dimes were replaced by Mercury dimes.
With the passage of over a hundred years, loss through circulation and several major silver melts, Barber coinage has become difficult to find in quantity. But these classic dimes remain among the most affordable century-old silver U.S. coins! Get the final six years of the series in attractive, affordable circulated condition.
- Year: Mixed Years
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Sets