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Each minted from 90% Silver
Presented in wallet display with Certificate of Authenticity.
The Barber and Standing Liberty Silver Quarters were America's Quarters in the early part of the 20th century. Both coins were struck in the beauty of 90% silver. The last Barber Silver Quarter was struck nearly a century ago in 1916, when it was replaced with the Standing Liberty Silver Quarter. The coin is named after its designer, Charles E. Barber, who was Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint. The obverse shows Liberty, while the reverse depicts a heraldic eagle. The Standing Liberty Silver Quarter replaced the Barber Silver Quarter in 1916. Designed by famed sculptor Hermon A. MacNeil, the coin shows Liberty standing with a shield (symbolizing defense) in one hand and an olive branch (symbolizing peace) in the other. The reverse of the coin is a dramatic eagle in flight. These coins disappeared from circulation long ago and are a superb way to relive history.
Collection is presented in a wallet with a Certificate of Authenticity
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