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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Barber Quarters series of Quarters in the U.S. Coins contains 10 distinct entries with CPG® values between $10.13 and $28,800.00.
Barber quarters, formally known as Liberty Head quarters, were designed by Charles E. Barber and were struck from 1892 through 1916. The design received mix reviews from the public during the late 19th century and early 20th century, but today Barber coinage is widely collected.

In general, circulated Barber quarters are common coins, and in many cases bullion dealers will categorize low-grade (usually around G4 or poorer condition) specimens of common dates as "junk silver." However, pieces grading G4 or better are desirable to many collectors and enjoy a wide following even outside of the diehard numismatic circle as an inexpensive gateway series for those who wish to collect "antique" silver coins without spending a large amount of money doing so.

Though many Barber quarters are readily affordable, several issues are considerably scarce. These include the 1897-S, 1909-S, and 1914-S. Series keys are the 1896-S, 1901-S, and 1913-S, with each of those three coins trading for four figures or more in the mid-circulated grade range and better. All Barber quarters are conditionally scarce in the grade range of approximately XF40 or higher. Nice uncirculated specimens are often tough to find though obtainable for a price.

Catalog Detail

  Barber Quarters Value Range Favorite
Barber Quarters Value Range  
1892 25c MS
$10.13
-
$28,800
$10.13 - $28,800
1892 25c MS PL
-
 
1892 25c Doubled Die Obverse, FS-101 MS
$74.00
-
$1,780
$74.00 - $1,780
1892 25c Tripled Die Reverse, FS-801 MS
$325
-
$2,380
$325 - $2,380
1892-O 25c MS
$10.13
-
$17,400
$10.13 - $17,400
1892-O 25c Doubled Die Obverse, FS-101 MS
-
 
1892-O 25c Repunched Date, FS-301 MS
-
 
1892-O 25c Clashed Dies, FS-901 MS
$300
-
$1,010
$300 - $1,010
1892-S 25c MS
$21.60
-
$28,800
$21.60 - $28,800
1892-S/S 25c Repunched Mintmark, FS-501 MS
-
 

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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Barber Quarters series of Quarters in the U.S. Coins contains 10 distinct entries with CPG® values between $10.13 and $28,800.00.
Barber quarters, formally known as Liberty Head quarters, were designed by Charles E. Barber and were struck from 1892 through 1916. The design received mix reviews from the public during the late 19th century and early 20th century, but today Barber coinage is widely collected.

In general, circulated Barber quarters are common coins, and in many cases bullion dealers will categorize low-grade (usually around G4 or poorer condition) specimens of common dates as "junk silver." However, pieces grading G4 or better are desirable to many collectors and enjoy a wide following even outside of the diehard numismatic circle as an inexpensive gateway series for those who wish to collect "antique" silver coins without spending a large amount of money doing so.

Though many Barber quarters are readily affordable, several issues are considerably scarce. These include the 1897-S, 1909-S, and 1914-S. Series keys are the 1896-S, 1901-S, and 1913-S, with each of those three coins trading for four figures or more in the mid-circulated grade range and better. All Barber quarters are conditionally scarce in the grade range of approximately XF40 or higher. Nice uncirculated specimens are often tough to find though obtainable for a price.

Catalog Detail