Silver Barber Dimes | Junk 90% Silver Bullion
Barber Dimes contain nearly 3/4 of an ounce of silver in every dollar face value.The first 90% Silver Barber Dime was introduced in 1892, and these stalwart American coins remained in production for twenty-five years until 1916. Their name is taken from Charles Barber, the famed Chief Engraver for the United States Mint. His influential coinage saw long-term use for commerce in the United States and abroad, and therefore, specimens from this period that remain in good to uncirculated condition are very rare. They are, however, used coins that certainly carry their weight in silver. Therefore, they represent a very shrewd and cost-effective way to invest in silver bullion. Every 10Barber dimes contains .715 Troy ounces of pure silver, and our cachet of these famous dimes will range in dates from 1892 - 1916, a time when coins were still composed wholly of fine bullion. Each coin weighs 2.5 grams, is composed of 90% silver bullion and 10% copper bullion and has a diameter of 17.9 millimeters.
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