1911-D BARBER HALF SOLID COIN BETTER DATE
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Start Time:5/30/2024 4:00:00 AM
End Time:6/16/2024 10:01:00 PM
Bid Count:19
Current High Bidder:R****y
Starting Bid:$1.00
Bid Increment:$3.50
Current Bid:$65.00

The 1911-D Barber Half Dollar is a United States silver coin minted in 1911 at the Denver Mint (hence the "D" mintmark). It is part of the Barber half dollar series that was minted from 1892 to 1915 and designed by Charles E. Barber, the Chief Engraver of the United States Mint at the time.

The obverse (heads) side of the coin features a portrait of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, facing right. The word "LIBERTY" is inscribed on a ribbon above her forehead. The reverse (tails) side of the coin depicts an adaptation of the Great Seal of the United States, with an eagle holding a shield in its talons, an olive branch in its right beak, and arrows in its left beak. The words "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "HALF DOLLAR" are inscribed around the border.

The 1911-D Barber Half Dollar has a mintage of 695,080 pieces, making it a relatively common coin in circulated grades. However, uncirculated specimens can be quite valuable, with some fetching prices in the thousands of dollars. The value of a particular 1911-D Barber Half Dollar will depend on its condition and grade.

Here's a list of factors that can affect the value of a 1911-D Barber Half Dollar:

  • Condition: The overall condition of the coin is the most important factor in determining its value. Coins that are more worn will be worth less than those that are in better condition.
  • Grade: Grading companies such as the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) assign grades to coins based on their condition. A coin that has been certified by a grading company will typically be worth more than an ungraded coin.
  • Rarity: Some varieties of the 1911-D Barber Half Dollar are rarer than others and can be worth more money.
  • Mintmark: The presence of the "D" mintmark on the coin indicates that it was minted at the Denver Mint.

If you have a 1911-D Barber Half Dollar and you are interested in determining its value, you can take it to a professional coin dealer or auction house for appraisal. You can also submit it to a grading company for certification.

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