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The Barber Dime is named after chief engraver, Charles E. Barber, and was minted from 1892 to 1916. Despite its short production run, it was minted in Philadelphia, the new Denver mint facility in 1907, New Orleans through 1909, and San Francisco. Mintages top one million dimes per year at most mints, and sometimes ten million. There are a handful of key dates from date and mintmark combinations that produced less than a million Barber Dimes that year. Serious rare coin collectors should focus on Barber Dimes in grades from about uncirculated to uncirculated. More casual coin collectors will find ample supply of Barber Dimes in good and very good condition. As with all Barber coinage, dimes in very fine through extra fine are difficult to locate.

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