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Everyman Barber Dimes (1892-1916): Beancounter I

Beancounter I - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

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Rank 1
Weighted GPA 57.082
Complete 100.00%
Set Rating 57.082
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About this set: This set was started by Mike Hayes, and has been a work in progress since 1994. A substantial portion of the set was assembled from raw coins obtained by Mike, and submitted to PCGS, at the encouragement of Glenn Holsonbake. From the time the raw dimes were purchased until the time they were submitted to PCGS, the coins resided in a Dansco album. Dansco and the humidity of Florida appear to be a great environment for producing wonderfully toned coins. My goal is to continue adding to the collection with as many well struck, toned dimes as possible.

From a historical perspective the Barber dime is named for its designer, Charles E. Barber, who was the Chief Engraver at the U.S. Mint from 1879-1917. The Barber series was originally intended to be designed by a member of the public, and judged by a committee of four, one of whom was Barber himself. Of the more than 300 submissions, the committee awarded only two of them honorable mentions. Mint Director Edward Leech, a friend of Barber ultimately abandoned the idea of citizen designers and gave Barber the responsibility of developing the new design for the dime, in addition to the quarter, and half-dollar.

The dime features an image of Liberty facing right on the obverse wearing a Phrygian cap associated with emancipation, a laurel wreath with a ribbon, and a headband with the inscription "LIBERTY". The detail of the inscription and the hair below the headband are key factors in determining grade. The reverse contains a laurel wreath with the inscription "ONE DIME" which is almost identical to the design used on the Seated Dime.

The most valuable coin in the Everyman collection is the 1895-O; however it was not the most difficult coin to locate. That honor goes to the 1897-O which was finally located in AU55 on November 8, 2012. The set is AU55 or better without exception, and the list of upgrade coins is now limited to finding eye appealing AU58 coins to replace the remaining coins graded AU55. Currently the set contains 60 examples that have the AU 58 designation (including the 1893/2 overdate, the 1905 Micro O, a 1909 struck 10% off center, and a 1912-D Broadstruck out of collar, none of which are part of the Everyman Series) and another 18 examples close behind in AU 55.

I believe the AU designation makes this set significantly more challenging than its counterpart in MS. Including the 1893/2 and the 1905 Micro O, PCGS has certified 3,358 Barber dimes in AU. There are fifty four coins in the series with AU populations of less than fifty. MS coins in grades 60-63 currently total 7,062, with the entire PCGS MS population totalling 14,747. There are only eight coins in the series with MS populations less than fifty. Additional support for my argument comes from the Barber Dime Survey conducted by the Barber Coin Collectors' Society. The average rarity rating for AU coins is 2.74 verses 2.58 for MS.

I would also like to say thank you to David Lawrence Rare Coins for allowing me to use selective information from "The Complete Guide to Certified Barber Coinage" as part of my comments for many dates and mints. This book is a great source of information for any Barber enthusiast and demonstrates their committment to the Barber collector. The publications are readily available online at no charge.

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Beancounter I
ImagePCGS No.ItemDenomGradePopOwner's Comments
4796189210CAU58162This coin has all the looks of a truly original album coin, including the hint of a thumb print from a former owner. Cobalt blue toning at the obverse rims and a much more colorful reverse. It also has a satiny appearance that makes it quite attractive. Total PGCS AU population is 229 with 128 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
47971892-O10CAU5838This coin is an upgrade for the set, and was much more challenging to locate then I would have originally thought. The coin has spent a lot of time in an album as evidenced by the bullet toning with dark blue rims turning to burnt orange. the reverse has similar colors but much softer with a satin like luster. Total PCGS AU population is 78 with 31 graded AU 58. The BCCS rating is R2.
47981892-S10CAU5822With wonderful eye appeal, this coin is classic in terms of its beauty. A coin like this should never be passsed on even if you don't collect the series. Satiny luster accented by champagne toning at the rims. Total PCGS AU population is 39 with 18 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4800189310CAU5839As the second year of issue this coin was somewhat saved although much more difficult to locate than its 1892 counterpart. The coin is "hammered" with excellent details. The rims are dark violet that lighten towards the centers of each side. Total PCGS AU population is 50 with 33 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48011893-O10CAU5812Smoky album toning is quite evident with this boldly struck coin. Deep cobalt gradually turning to a soft burnished gold. The reverse is slightly more subtle. Total PCGS AU population is 19 with 9 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
48021893-S10CAU5513Another classically toned example with lots of luster still radiating through shades of gold toning giving a very attractive irridescence. This coin comes well struck with a satiny luster. Total PCGS AU population is 32 with 12 in AU 55, with 14 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R4.
4803189410CAU5826This date is one of the few Philadelphia issues to be considered a better date with mintage slightly above one million. It comes well struck displaying toast over mint luster with a strong Liberty. The reverse is more toned at the rims with a light center. Total PCGS AU population is 57 with 26 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R4.
48041894-O10CAU5512This is a key date in the series and a truly rare find. This example is probably the most attractive O mint in the set. With an abundance of toning starting in the fields and intensifying as it moves towards to the rims. Soft yellows turning to golds and finally irridescent greens. Total PCGS AU population is 23 with 8 in AU 55 and only 3 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R5.
4806189510CAU58101895 may be the toughest year in the Barber dime series, with all three examples a serious challenge. This coin has beautiful toning in conjunction with exceptional luster. Total PCGS AU population is 33 with 9 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
48071895-O10CAU589This is one of the few coins in the Barber Dime series where the MS version has a higher rarity rating then the AU. The 95-O is the key to the set. The toning is quite nice with a mix of gold and green irridescence with rose hues moving to the centers, although perhaps too darkly toned for some. A strong strike for an O mint coin, note Liberty's head band and the reverse detail. Total PCGS AU population is 33 with 9 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
48081895-S10CAU5821The toning is especially attractive on both the obverse and reverse of this dime with the centers surrounded by blues, golds, and greens. Mark Goodman did an exceptional job of imaging here. The 95-S is the "easiest" of the 1895 dime series. Total PCGS AU population of 34 with 16 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4809189610CAU559This coin ranks in the top third by total mint state population, and is probably a bargain in terms of price. The obverse toning is quite distinctive, moving from east to west with charcoal-blue at the rims, to warm browns. Still plenty of underlying mint luster showing through. The reverse coloring is much more subtle, allowing the wreath details to pop. Total PCGS AU population is 25 with 9 in AU 55 and 11 graded higher in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48101896-O10CAU582In terms of certified AU population (with only eleven) this is the most difficult coin in the set. There is just a splash of toning on the cap moving outward across the tops of the letters to the rims. Total PCGS AU population is 11 with only 2 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
48111896-S10CAU552Yet another tough early date dime. With its low mintage the coin attracts a lot of collector attention. Splashes of toast and rust at the rims turning to soft blue in the center. This coin does not command the premium of the 96-O. Total PCGS AU population is 12 with 2 in AU 50 and 3 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
4812189710CAU5847Light obverse toning with a charcol like influence turning to sea green. The reverse is rather ordinary with the exception of the mint luster. A strong stirke with an unfortunates hit below Liberty's eye yest still an attractive coin. Total PCGS AU population is 62 with 43 graded in AU58. The BCCS rating is R2.
48131897-O10CAU5510This coin is nearly impossible to locate in AU as evidenced by the nearly two and a half years it took to locate. This example was located by Glenn Holsonbake at a fifty table show in Southern California. Glenn found it while looking at another dealer's inventory. That dealer had acquired it from one of his regular customers just a couple of days earlier. The coin is an old green holder and was owned by the previous collector for many years. It has tangerine toning off the rims and into the fields, with an abundance of underlying luster. The obverse also has a touch of pearl iridescence surrounding the date and through America. It is the prize of this collection. Total PCGS AU population is 18, with 9 in AU55 and only two graded higher. The BCCS rating is R5.
48141897-S10CAU556This would be one of those mystery coins. The obverse has a cloudy gun metal blue toning, while the reverse is stunning, with gold turning to orange to rust at the rims. The 97-S is more limited in terms of of supply, but the 97-O has much more demand. Another R4 coin, and one of the best kept secrets in the Barber dime series. Total PCGS AU population is 20 with 6 in AU 55 and only 4 higher in AU 58.
4815189810CAU5856An upgrade from the previous 58 in this set. This coin comes in a PCGS Secure+ holder and has beautiful cartwheel luster with a hint of chanpagne luster. Total PCGS AU population is 78 with 40 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48161898-O10CAU588A great example of a difficult coin that was not widely saved. This coin is CAC stickered and has a good strike with a lot of mint luster coming through gold toning on the obverse, and more significant reverse toning with a hint of irridescence at the rims. Total PCGS AU population is 20 with only 5 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R5.
48171898-S10CAU559A light toning of subtle pink and blue just begins to indicate how nice this coin is. The reverse has a strong strike and an abundance of mint luster. Much of the San Francisco coinage from 1898 though 1900 was shipped to the Phillipines and the coins that came back have some rather unusual color as a result of the humid environment. Total PCGS AU population is 18 with 5 in AU 55 and 3 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
4818189910CAU5523Light gold toning on both the obverse and reverse with some darker coloring at the rims. This has been a great coin for a long time. The 99-P comes well struck and is a common date. Total PCGS AU population is 68 with 18 in AU 55 and 40 higher in AU 58. BCCS rating is R1.
48191899-O10CAU588This date and mint mark is much tougher to find, particularly well struck. With light gun metal gray toning on the obverse, and an abundance of color on the reverse, this is an exceptional "slider" coin. Total PCGS AU population is 20 with 6 in AU 58. The BCCS Rating is R4.
48201899-S10CAU5814A wonderful example with browns turning to violet on Liberty's neck and the obverse high points. The reverse is abundant with mint luster. PCGS AU population is 24 with 12 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
4821190010CAU5814The irridescent rim toning is exceptional on this coin and so is the strike. This issue may be more scarce then the price guide suggets. Total PCGS AU population is 31 with 10 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48221900-O10CAU5511This coin has been a long-time favorite of serious dime collectors. It's scarce and comes poorly struck as is evidenced by the weakness in the headband. Just a hint of champagne toning on this example. Total PCGS AU population is 15 with 9 in AU 55 and only 4 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
48231900-S10CAU5827One of the most abundant of certified AU dimes and the last of the three Phillipine dates. This example is extremely is well struck, and although this issue was not minted in a proof version the surfaces are about as close to proof as a coin can be. Cartwheel luster with the softest of straw toning. Total PCGS AU population 66 with 22 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R2.
4824190110CAU5836This coin is tougher to locate than the guides suggest and was one of the last dates to be located. Light red, blue, and green toning radiating off the rims into the fields, with nice luster. Total PCGS AU population is 62 with 26 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48251901-O10CAU5810A very attractive coin with consistent toning on the obverse and reverse. The 01-O is more available then the 01-S, although finding an example like this, will be a challenge. Total PCGS AU population is 29 with only 7 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48261901-S10CAU588A very attractive coin with an exciting palette of golds, browns, and greens, on both the obverse and reverse. The 01-S has a low mintage and strong demand. Total PCGS AU population is 20 with only 8 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4827190210CAU5830This was the last coin to be located for this set, and is an excellent example. Cartwheel luster with shades of orange at the rims and splashes of sea green irridescence throughout. A great strike makes this coin even more attractive. The reverse has a touch more white at the center. Total PCGS AU population is 41 with 26 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48281902-O10CAU559The toning at the rims is quite dark, almost ink black with a just a hint of blue, and lightens nicely as it moves into the fields. The reverse is more exciting with sunset orange coming through the wreath details. Total PCGS AU population is 28 with 7 in AU 55 and 11 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48291902-S10CAU5515An unusual blend of color on this well struck coin. In addition it's tough to locate. Total PCGS AU population is 30 with 11 in AU 55 and 10 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4830190310CAU5819Subtle yet attractive toast toning makes this coin a keeper. Total PCGS AU population is 34 with 12 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48311903-O10CAU5521A very attractive example particularly for an O mint dime. The toning is uniform on the obverse and reverse with shades of gold and rose and underlying luster and a very nice strike. Total PCGS AU population is 70 with 16 in AU 55 and 27 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R3.
48321903-S10CAU589This coin is extremely difficlut to locate. It was purchased raw from an auction house in Austrailia and graded by PCGS in 2011. Total PCGS AU population is 28 with only 8 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R5.
4833190410CAU558Another exceptional example in this set with beautiful toning exhibiting shades of blue and purple, in addition to being well struck. Total PCGS AU population is 23 with 6 in AU 55 and 11 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48341904-S10CAU5812Subtle blue/green toning and attractive luster over relatively unmarked surfaces on this key date coin. This spot was previously occupied by an XF-45 coin for a long time before finding this example, which was found at the same fifty table show as the 97-O in this set. Total PCGS AU population is 33 with 7 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4835190510CAU5827This coin is not a difficult coin to locate. The coin is bright although does not appear to have been dipped, and still has lots of mint luster. Total PCGS AU population is 38 with 18 having the AU 58 designation. The BCCS rating is R1.
48361905-O10CAU5811A beautiful coin to have in a circulated set, with a hint of champagne toning, a great strike and loaded with luster. Total PCGS AU population is 27 with 9 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48371905-S10CAU5832Dark bronze toning, with the slightest shades of rose and blue on the high points, and a strike that is amazing. This coin has been put away for a very long time. Total PCGS AU population of 49 with 24 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R2.
4838190610CAU5846The 1906 is notorious for a weak strike, so this example is a pleasant suprise. Nice hair detail, satiny luster, with a golden rose obverse. The reverse is equally attractive with a bold strike. Total PCGS AU population is 62 with 34 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48391906-D10CAU5513The first year of the Barber dime from the Denver mint and what an example to have in the set. The toning is amazing, with gold shading to apricot. This date/mint combination is suprisingly difficult in higher grades. Total PCGS AU population is only 26 with 8 in AU 55 and another 8 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R2.
48401906-O10CAU583A wonderfully toned example, with shades of brown, gold and orange on both the obverse and reverse. The O mint is typically struck soft, and this is a challenging coin to locate. Total PCGS AU population is 21 with only three in AU58. The BCCS rating is R4.
48411906-S10CAU556The Cameo like appearance of "Liberty" makes this another must have coin for this set. The obverse has shades of blue and rose while the reverse has splashes of yellow and green. Total PCGS AU population is 34 with 4 in AU 55 and 25 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4842190710CAU5838A well struck example of this coin, and with only five AU58 graded coins this is an important addition. Total PCGS AU population is 42 with only five being designated AU58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48431907-D10CAU5510A very nice AU55, this coin has a scarcity that defies easy explanation. David Feigenbaum writes of a lost shipment when a delivery wagon toppled in the Black Canyon near Gunnison Colorado. Champagne rim toning with marbelized splashes of cobalt blue and rose. Total PCGS population is 24 with 9 in AU 55 and only 6 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R4.
48441907-O10CAU5810The 1907-O is one of the poorest struck dates of the series. This example is certainly an exception with an abundance of hair detail over Liberty's forehead and a fully struck LIBERTY on the head band. The reverse details are equally well struck. A yellow/gold under toning covered with cobalt blue and rust. Professional imaging will be necessary to show the ture beauty of this one. Total PCGS AU population is 20 with 4 in AU 53 and 11 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R3.
48451907-S10CAU5829The previous coin in this spot was a former Eliasberg coin, but did not match up well with the other coins in the set. A soft luster appears on both the observse and reverse with pastel toning of voilet and pink. Thank you to Mike Hayes for the trade. Total PCGS AU population is 71 with 24 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R-3.
4846190810CAU5515A very nice strike and wonderful toning make this coin a treat to own. Liberty's cheek has a green irridesence beaming out to light gold and then darkening at the rims. The reverse has great detail and toning consistent with the obverse. Total PCGS AU population is 40 with 9 in AU 55 and 25 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48471908-D10CAU5818It doesn't matter what coin/series you collect, this coin is perfect, and had to be put away a long time ago. Dark toning at the rims to only slightly lighten up towards the centers. If a collector was to put together the dream "crusty" set this would be a must have coin. Total PCGS AU population is 31 with 14 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48481908-O10CAU5510The 1908-O is nearly impossible to find. The experts tell us the coin comes softly struck and this example falls into that category. A white coin and certainly "dipped" but still an acceptable example. Total PCGS AU population is 10 with 5 in AU55 and 2 graded higher. The BCCS rating is R4.
48491908-S10CAU5818Dick Quitmeyer at Yellow River Coins has a nice eye for Barber dimes, and this coin is an excellent example. Add to that, knowing that this set was 13 years in the making before locating this coin indicates that this example is much tougher than collectors might think. Fully toned with shades of blue, purple, and rose with a good stike, consistent on both the obverse and reverse. Total PCGS AU population is 36 with 13 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
4850190910CAU5826There is nothing unusual about this coin, it's pleasing, darker in color and plenty of cartwheel luster, showing the true beauty of an original coin. The total PCGS AU population is 42 with 17 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1. While not part of this set for Everyman purposes I was also fortunate enough to locate a second example of this coin (also in PCGS 58) struck 10% off center, and have included images of it as well.
48511909-D10CAU5810I don't know Tom Casey, but in reviewing the provenance of this set, Tom's name, or his set TCP III, appear nearly often as David Feigenbaum and Mike Hayes. This is a great example of a coin that is very difficult to locate in this condition. Shades of gold and toast accented by mint luster in the fields. Total PCGS AU population is 31 with 14 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R4.
48521909-O10CAU5814The 1909-O is is typically struck softer than the other 09 dimes. This example however is struck quite well particularly on the obverse, and is very original with subtle toning and satin luster under an original skin. Total PCGS AU population is 25 with 14 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48531909-S10CAU588A very challenging coin to locate and struck well for an 09-S. Mostly white with an abundance of mint luster and champagne toning on both the obverse and reverse. Total PCGS AU population is 17 with 7 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R4.
4854191010CAU58461910-P has the highest mint population of any P-mint coin since 1898. Satiny luster with plenty of gold toning. Total PCGS AU population is 59 with 34 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48551910-D10CAU588A challenging, perhaps nearly impossible coin to locate in AU58. The coin is white with remarkably near perfect sufaces. Total PCGS AU population is 19 with only 8 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48561910-S10CAU587Butter rum toning on both the obverse and reverse with shades of indigo on the north east corner of the reverse. This coin appears to have been wedged into its album for a very long time. A nice strike for a very challenging coin to locate. Total PCGS AU population is 24 with 7 in AU 58. BCCS rating is R4.
4857191110CAU5894Light gold toning on the obverse with soft yellows at the rims. The reverse has a much greater range of color and is quite attractive. Well struck and loaded with mint luster, this coin is a whisper from MS. Total PCGS population in AU is 127 with a staggering 85 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48581911-D10CAU5813As the series progresses into the later dates R1 coins are much more prevelant. That means the coins selected should be special, and this is the perfect example. An absolutely stunning strike with toning to match. Copper, rose, bronze, and deep blue green, make this a beautiful example. The reverse is a dead on match. Total PCGS AU population is 39 with 11 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48591911-S10CAU5820In the dime series the 1911-S has the third highest mint production of the San Francisco dates. A strong strike is evident, but the toning does make it a challenge to fully appreciate all of the details including the reverse mint mark. Burnt toast, bronze and rose are the primary colors. The reverse is equally toned with the same colors. Total PCGS AU population is 32 with 20 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
4860191210CAU58107The 1912 ranks in the top five is PCGS AU graded coins. Soft luster peeking out from gun metal gray and subtle golds on the obverse, with a bit more life on the reverse. Total PCGS AU population is 115 with 72 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48611912-D10CAU5851I'm not quite sure how a silver coin becomes "rusty", but this one did it. Some underlying luster with lots of yellow/gold make this a very attractive example. The letters of Liberty are bold, although the hair is a bit soft. The reverse is primarily toned in shades of rose. Total PCGS AU population is 79 with 36 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1. While not part of this set for Everyman purposes I was also fortunate enough to locate a second example of this coin (also in PCGS 58) Broadstruck out of collar, and have included images of it as well.
48621912-S10CAU5835Blast white and appears quite original with plenty of cartwheel luster and a strong strike. With those attributes, this "slider" deserves a spot in the Registry set. Total PCGS AU population is 63 with 30 in AU58. The BCCS rating is R2.
4863191310CAU5898This coin is a soft gold with an abundance of cartwheel luster, and subtle hints of color. A few specks of grim here and there guarantee this coin has never been dipped and is original as presented. Total PCGS AU population is 114 with 58 graded AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48641913-S10CAU5816This coin is extremely difficult to locate. The toning is a soft dusty rose, highlighted with cartwheel luster from the rims well into the centers of the coin. The consistency of the toning and luster from obverse to reverse as well as its original skin is quite surprising and unusual in the dime series. There is a substantial premium associated with this coin, and the price guide is not a good indicator of market value. Total PCGS AU population is 42 with 15 in AU 58. The BCCS rarity rating is R5.
4865191410CAU5867A stunning AU 58 example, attractively toned on both sides with a chanpagne and a hint of cobalt blue and an abundance of cartwheel luster. Housed in an the classic PCGS old green holder. Total PCGS population is 78 with 44 graded AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48661914-D10CAU5867This example is quite nice with a strong strike, satiny mint luster, and champagne and soft violet toning on both sides. Total PCGS AU population is 108 with 53 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48671914-S10CAU5823This is challenging coin to locate and should not be passed up if you locate a nice specimen. There is a lot of luster on both sides. The obverse has a hint of green peaking out from underneath all of that luster, while the reverse is the color of toast. Total PCGS AU population is 39 with 22 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
4868191510CAU58281915 was an interesting year for the Philadelphia mint as production was low for a late date P-mint. The coin is well struck, with an abundance of mint luster, soft champagne toning and just the slighest of rub, qualifying this example for full "slider" status. Total PCGS AU population is 52 with 20 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48691915-S10CAU5816Knowing how difficult this coin is to locate, makes it even more special to have as part of this collection. More white than most others in this set, but loaded with so much mint luster, this coins was a must have. Total PCGS population in AU is 35 with only 15 graded AU 58. The BCCS rating is R3.
48701916 Barber10CAU58143The 1916 accounts for 6.75% of the total PCGS AU population of Barber dimes. This example comes in an old green holder and is absolutely loaded with luster and just enough toning to really make that luster pop. Total PCGS AU population is 168, with 107 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
48711916-S Barber10CAU5854This coin completes the set, and in grand style. Deep toning and irridescence at the rims with plenty of color that includes shades of gold, rose, russet, and green, There is also that old album "skin" that is so attractive on these old well kept Barbers. Total PCGS population is 93 with 49 in AU 58. The BCCS rating is R1.
Comments
Very beautiful set, quite possibly the best high AU set that will ever be assembled!
Posted @ 5/3/2014 8:44 AM By tohmba1979
Congrats on the 97o - walt
Posted @ 11/22/2012 4:27 PM By Walt
I have been so happy to see all of these coins assembled and brought the set to new heights over my raw Dansco collection. Keep up the good work, and remember, all the undergraded coins you're selling have a good home in Florida.
Posted @ 11/7/2012 9:50 AM By mfhayes
I can't believe I'm the first to comment on your set. It's simply wonderful. Great job, great pics and thanks for sharing!
Posted @ 9/29/2012 12:15 AM By wqcustom
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