Low proof mintage of just 792 coins.
Popular date as business strikes are quite scarce on 1895. Mintage of 880 coins in proof. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal.
Bold mirrors beam from both sides, the central devices are silver with warm golden and scattered russet and blue tints along the peripherals. Sharp strike throughout. Lower mintage issue of 777 coins struck in proof. The primary set holds a PR67+ example for the date.
Lower mintage issue of 670 coins struck in proof. The Hansen Collection possess a PR67+CAM example for the date.
Lower mintage issue of 727 coins struck in proof. Gorgeous contrast with colorful rim tints surrounding brilliant centers.
High-end gem with brightly reflective mirrors and colorful tints lighting up the rims of the obverse and spanning the reverse. Low mintage proof of just 575 coins struck.
Obverse fields flash with mottled pastel tints and matte gunmetal grey toning that shows tints of color when turned in the light spans the entire reverse. Sharp strike throughout. One of the lowest mintage in the proof Barber dime series with only 551 coins struck. The Hansen Collection holds the finest known example for the date, a PR66DCAM.
Very scarce issue. The 1914 is the lowest mintage proof in the Barber dime series. Only 425 coins minted.
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