Survival Money 1892-1915 Barber Half Dollar 90% Silver Circulated 50 Cent Coin
If you are looking for these in bulk check out my Barber Half Dollar Lot of 50 Coins. THIS IS FOR ONE COIN Item Description: In the early 1880s, many Americans thought it was time for an update to the coinage. The Seated Liberty series had been in circulation since the 1830s. Called all noteworthy artist to submit their design for the new coinage released in 1892. Since this was only a competition with the payout going only to the winner, no significant artists were interested. After receiving only amateur undesirable submissions the U. Mint decided to use their own in-house designer, Charles Barber, and that is where the Barber coin series got their name. Since then the Barber coins have become more and more popular not only for their silver weight content, but for their numismatic value as well. The Barber half dollar was minted by the U. What makes this coin valuable is its 90% silver content. More exactly, there is 0.3617 troy ounces of silver in this coin, making it worth a heck of a lot more than its face value.
What would you rather be toting around during an economic collapse? Order up a few dozen of these, and let me get them on their way to you! Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper. Weight of silver per coin: 0.3617 troy ounces.
# of coins per advertised price: 1 (multiple coins shown in pictures to show the average type of coin you will receive). My guarantee: Any coin you receive from me will have a date that is readable, and it will not be cleaned or damaged beyond normal circulation wear and tear.
The item "Survival Money 1892-1915 Barber Half Dollar 90% Silver Circulated 50 Cent Coin" is in sale since Monday, March 3, 2014. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Half Dollars\Barber (1892-1915)". The seller is "hymelproducts" and is located in Deridder, Louisiana. This item can be shipped to United States.