U.S. Coin Price Guide

Barber Dimes (1892-1916)

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Please Note: Grading Barber Dimes is a subjective matter that takes years of experience to do correctly. In most cases raw or un-graded coins are usually over graded by the individual owner. Try to be realistic and understand that grading is only a means to quantify or evaluate the worth of a coin. The grading company used to grade a coin is very important and there are only two that have the highest reputation in the numismatic industry, NGC and PCGS. See: Rating Coin Grading Services. Also note that coins within a specific grade can be a plus or minus of that grade also increasing or decreasing value. There can also be mirrored fields which can increase the value significantly as in Proof-Like (PL) and Deep Mirror Proof Like (DMPL). Mintage and popularity can also factor into consideration when accessing the overall worth of a coin. Please remember that there are at least three values of a coin; the Price the owner thinks his coin is worth, the Value a Coin Price Guide Book or a Pricing Guide lists it at and then most importantly, the Actual Price that you can sell it for to a dealer, buyer, or at an auction.

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Barber Dimes 1892-1916
Regular Strikes

Description G F EF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1892 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1892-O 16 35 78 92 170 325 600 1900 3850 17500
1892-S 70 205 300 330 420 900 2100 4200 15000 25000
1893 13 25 48 80 165 220 355 1100 2000 8000
1893/2 150 170 270 345 775 1750 3000 5500 8000 -
1893-O 35 130 210 265 325 575 1350 3150 5350 12500
1893-S 19 40 90 160 315 750 1950 4900 8500 17500
1894 29 120 210 250 320 510 800 1325 3500 11500
1894-O 72 200 440 685 1625 2700 5500 14500 22500 -
1895 90 375 580 650 780 1200 1650 2800 5500 24000
1895-O 400 875 2450 3800 5600 7500 13000 25000 50000 -
1895-S 46 130 250 325 550 1100 3400 8500 17000 -
1896 15 55 100 125 170 425 700 1450 2800 12500
1896-O 82 310 475 700 1050 2700 5800 8750 14500 -
1896-S 88 300 425 540 775 1400 2750 4250 10000 -
1897 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1897-O 70 300 515 675 980 1700 3000 5000 8000 22000
1897-S 25 100 190 270 460 1100 2550 4200 8500 20000
1898 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1898-O 16 90 210 280 475 1250 2650 4000 6750 25000
1898-S 12 26 85 165 385 1250 3000 4500 10000 22000
1899 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 9000
1899-O 13 70 155 230 420 1200 3400 5500 8000 20000
1899-S 12 35 54 110 315 675 2000 4500 6750 11500
1900 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1950 5750
1900-O 24 115 240 365 650 1200 3000 6000 11000 -
Description G F EF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1900-S 10 18 34 85 165 450 850 1900 4500 20000
1901 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 10000
1901-O 7 21 68 180 465 1000 2800 3250 6000 17500
1901-S 85 365 550 685 1075 1800 2750 4750 7200 13500
1902 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 10000
1902-O 6 19 65 150 400 1000 1900 4500 12500 -
1902-S 12 54 145 200 400 1000 2150 4250 7500 13500
1903 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 1250 3000 10000
1903-O 7 17 52 110 265 600 1350 4500 10000 -
1903-S 84 350 775 975 1175 1700 2600 3600 6000 17500
1904 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 2000 3750 10000
1904-S 47 175 350 500 800 1600 3200 4750 8000 24000
1905 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 3000 8000
1905-O 8 30 95 155 295 450 840 2000 3500 7000
1905-O Micro O 40 75 200 350 1500 4000 7000 12500 20000 -
1905-S 6 13 46 100 240 310 625 1075 2400 6750
1906 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1906-D 5 11 38 85 185 385 970 1750 3400 8000
1906-O 10 52 105 150 215 325 630 1400 2500 5000
1906-S 6 18 47 120 260 520 950 1400 2950 7000
1907 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 10000
1907-D 5 15 47 120 285 900 2700 4500 7000 17500
1907-O 6 35 65 115 230 350 630 1400 2500 12500
1907-S 6 20 67 150 435 830 1700 2750 5750 -
1908 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 11500
1908-D 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
Description G F EF AU 60 63 64 65 66 67
1908-O 8 45 95 155 315 675 900 2000 3700 7500
1908-S 6 15 50 175 320 780 1600 2400 3800 9500
1909 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1500 6000
1909-D 11 65 140 235 525 1150 1850 3100 7000 -
1909-O 6 17 50 105 200 550 1300 2000 3500 15000
1909-S 14 85 200 335 565 1175 2000 3500 7500 13500
1910 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1910-D 5 12 50 110 235 470 800 1900 3500 12500
1910-S 8 54 115 210 465 760 1275 2500 4500 15000
1911 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1911-D 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1911-S 5 12 43 110 220 370 950 1400 1950 5500
1912 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1912-D 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 2500 -
1912-S 5 10 36 105 175 290 550 1250 3000 13500
1913 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 -
1913-S 25 86 245 320 520 780 1000 1750 3000 11500
1914 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 4900
1914-D 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 8500
1914-S 5 12 45 95 155 285 880 1300 3500 12500
1915 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 2100 -
1915-S 12 34 72 140 270 485 700 1850 3500 12500
1916 Barber 5 8 30 70 110 200 340 725 1400 5500
1916-S Barber 5 8 30 70 110 200 375 1000 3400 -

Barber Dimes 1892-1915 Proofs (PR, PF)

Description   60 63 64 65 66 67
1892   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1892 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1892 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 6500
1893   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1893 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1893 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 6500
1894   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1894 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1894 Deep Cameo 275 650 1200 - - -
1895   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1895 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1895 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 6500
1896   260 425 740 1650 2200 4750
1896 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1896 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 -
1897   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1897 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1897 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 -
1898   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1898 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1898 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 6500
1899   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1899 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1899 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 6500
1900   260 425 740 1650 2200 4600
1900 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
Description   60 63 64 65 66 67
1900 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 3500 -
1901   260 425 740 1650 2200 4600
1901 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1902   260 425 740 1650 2200 4750
1903   260 425 740 1650 2200 4750
1903 Cameo 300 650 1250 - - -
1904   260 425 740 1650 2200 4600
1904 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 -
1905   260 425 740 1650 2200 4600
1905 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1906   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1906 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1906 Deep Cameo 275 650 1150 3250 - -
1907   260 425 740 1650 2200 4600
1907 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1908   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1908 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1909   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1909 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1910   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1910 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1910 Deep Cameo 275 575 975 2750 4000 -
1911   260 425 740 1650 2200 4300
1911 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
1912   260 425 740 1650 2200 4750
1912 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5250
Description   60 63 64 65 66 67
1913   260 425 740 1650 2200 4750
1913 Cameo 265 475 825 1900 2700 5500
1914   260 450 800 2000 2700 5500
1914 Cameo 275 500 875 2500 4500 6500
1915   260 540 800 2000 3250 5500
1915 Cameo 275 600 875 2400 4500 -
1894-S BM  450000 700000 850000 1000000 1350000 -
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