The Barber Dime made its introduction in 1892 and was
produced through 1916. The dime obverse design is
similar to the Barber Quarter and Barber Half Dollar.
As with most Barber coinage, it was heavily used so
surviving pieces are typically worn and not worth much over
melt for more common dates. Coins in better condition
though will carry decent premiums. Anywhere from a few
dollars and up. The dime pictured below, while worn,
is still in decent shape and shows the word Liberty in the
head band. Coins of this condition and better will
carry better premiums. Of course, values will depend
on date, mint-mark and condition.
you have a hoard of Barber Dimes, please contact us for a
offer. We will buy all silver coins dated 1964 and