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[1892-1915] Barber Half Dollars

The last Half Dollar to be issued in the 19th Century, the Barber Half Dollar was designed by Charles E. Barber and issued from 1892 until 1915. The obverse features Liberty's profile, wearing a cap and laurel wreath on her head. Thirteen stars appear on both the obverse and reverse, with the stars on the obverse having six points and the stars on the reverse only five. The reverse is graced by a Heraldic Eagle. The coin is struck from an alloy of .900 silver and .100 copper, weighs 12.5 grams and has a 30.6 millimeter diameter. It was struck at the Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco Mints.

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