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90% Barber Halves
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Lowest Ask
$29.40
+28.10%
+$9.02/ounce
Description
The 90% Barber Halves were a series of half dollar coins struck by the United States Mint from 1915 to 1919. These coins were composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, a departure from the previous 90% silver and 10% copper alloy used for most earlier silver coins. The design featured the head of Liberty on the obverse, designed by Charles E. Barber, and an eagle on the reverse. Despite their relatively short minting period, the 90% Barber Halves remain popular among collectors due to their historical significance and the high silver content, which makes them valuable as both numismatic items and for their intrinsic metal value.
Material
Silver
Item Weight
0.715 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.9
Attributes
Numismatic
Features
Random Date
Condition
Pure Qualified
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