|Here`s a coin sure to be prized by any collector - the 1893-S Barber silver quarter! Struck by the San Francisco Mint during the second year of the series, this 90% silver classic recalls the year the World`s Columbian Exposition opened in Chicago, with the first commemorative United States postage stamps issued for the occasion. That same year, cowboy Bill Pickett invented the rodeo sport of "bulldogging."
Collectors have long prized Barber quarters for their age, beauty, scarcity, and silver content. Over the years, many were lost to silver melts. And those that remain are only getting harder to find. So don`t wait, or you might be disappointed. Add this vintage coin to your collection today!