The Barber Dime was from 1892 to 1916 and was designed by the U.S. Mints chief engraver Charles E. Barber as part of the Barber series which consisted of the dime, quarter and half dollar.
The Barber Dime features a depiction of liberty wearing a wreath made from an olive branch and a headband bearing the word “LIBERTY” on it. On the reverse there is a wreath made from corn, maple, and oak leaves surrounding the words “ONE DIME”
There have been mixed feelings about the Barber Dime, some people saying, when it was first released, that it is essentially a knock off of the design for the Morgan Dollar. While in more modern times has become a highly collected coin.
But we will leave the final judgement up to you! Good Ole Tom’s has a great selection of Barber Dimes in our online stores, and even more in anyone of our various locations in Arizona and Connecticut. So come take a look and decide for yourself!