1911 BARBER DIME ICG MS 61
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The 1911 Barber Dime is a relatively common coin compared to other dates in the Barber Dime series (1892-1916). Here's a breakdown of what you should know:

Mintage:

The 1911 Barber Dime has three different mintmarks depending on where it was produced:

  • Philadelphia Mint: With no mintmark, this is the most common variety with a mintage of approximately 18,870,000.
  • Denver Mint: Identified by a "D" mintmark below the year, the Denver mint produced 11,209,000 in 1911.
  • San Francisco Mint: Identified by an "S" mintmark below the year, the San Francisco mint produced 3,520,000 in 1911.

Value:

The value of your 1911 Barber Dime depends heavily on its condition:

  • Circulated Condition: A well-worn 1911 Barber Dime, regardless of mintmark, can range from $2 to $85 depending on wear.
  • Uncirculated Condition: For a 1911 Barber Dime in pristine, uncirculated condition (MS 60 or higher), the value increases significantly. Here's a rough estimate based on mintmark:
    • Philadelphia: $100 - $400+ (higher grades fetch more)
    • Denver: $200 - $4,800+ (higher grades fetch more)
    • San Francisco: $400 - $8,500+ (higher grades fetch more)

Grading and Authentication:

Since higher grades significantly impact value, consider getting your coin graded by a reputable third-party grading service like NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) or PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service). They will authenticate the coin and assign a grade based on its condition.

Additional Resources:

  • NGC Coin Explorer - 1911 Barber Dime: [NGC Barber Dime] (This website allows you to explore price ranges for different grades)

Remember: These are just general estimates. The actual value of your coin can vary depending on market fluctuations and its specific characteristics. Consulting a professional coin dealer or auction house for an accurate appraisal is recommended.

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