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Barber Dime


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The Barber dime is a small silver coin that was minted in the United States between 1892 and 1916. It is named after its designer, Charles E. Barber, who also designed the Barber quarter and Barber half dollar. The Barber dime was a popular coin in its time and was widely circulated throughout the United States.


The Barber dime features Lady Liberty on the front, with her hair tied up in a bun and a wreath of laurel leaves around her head. The words "In God We Trust" are inscribed above her head, while the year of minting is located at the bottom of the coin. The reverse side of the coin features a depiction of an eagle, with its wings spread wide and holding an olive branch and arrows in its talons. The words "United States of America" and "One Dime" are also inscribed on the reverse side.


The Barber dime was minted in four different locations: Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Denver. Some of the most valuable Barber dimes today are those that were minted in San Francisco, as they were produced in smaller quantities and are therefore rarer. Despite being discontinued over a century ago, the Barber dime remains a popular coin among collectors and numismatists.

Barber Dime

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