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1910 Barber Half Dollar 50c, NGC PF67 CAMEO - Nice White Coin

1910 Barber Half Dollar 50c, NGC PF67 CAMEO - Nice White Coin

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This is a NGC Graded Coin. You will receive the pictured coin. You are Buying a 1910 Barber Half Dollar graded PF67 CAMEO. This visually impressive example shows illimitable depth of mirrored reflectivity on each side with significant mint frost over the devices and there are no noticeable contact marks present. Brilliant throughout and a lovely original proof type coin. 
This is an excellent coin to add to your collection.

Coin Features:
  • NGC graded PF67 CAMEO
  • Proof Strike with a Mintage of 551
  • Known as a Barber Half Dollar
  • Obverse: Liberty Facing Right with Liberty Cap and Laureate Crown
  • Reverse: Heraldic Eagle holding an olive branch and Arrows. Around Rim United States of America Motto E Pluribus Unum 13 Stars above Eagle.

Barber (1892 – 1916) - Charles E. Barber became Chief Engraver at the Mint in 1879 and maintained the position until his death in 1917. During his tenure he redesigned all the silver denominations and the five cent nickel coins. His work was utilitarian and while often criticized for their lack of panache, they were the most functional designs the Mint utilized up to that point. The Barber silver coinage was produced in large quantities and without change from 1892 until 1916 when it gave way to the newer art deco renditions of the so called renaissance era.  The Barber half series is widely collected in all grades and with no true “stoppers” the date set can be easily completed with some diligence. Most dates are available in grades up to choice or gem with superb gem and better examples representing excellent values when price to population data is examined. 

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