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Barber Quarters - Date and Mintmark Set

This is the 74-piece date and mintmark set - much more challenging than the date set alone as there are many difficult semi-keys (mostly O- and S-mint coins), and some start out at $1000 or more. The Big 3 (1896-S, 1901-S and 1913-S) are often stoppers for collectors with modest budgets, and would total almost $10,000 in Good 4, and much more in grades above VG. In higher circulated grades, many issues are very difficult to obtain, not only in EF and AU, but also in my favorite grade of VF-35. Acquiring a complete date and mintmark set in nice original problem-free condition is a challenge and will take some patience, time, and some luck.

- John Okerson



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Collection Rating Complete Weighted Grade caccoin.com Last Updated
The JMFrzy Collection 47.2 100% 47.2 0% November 13, 2017
The Mountain View Collection 28.5 100% 28.5 43% November 28, 2017
The John Okerson Collection 18.4 96% 20.0 0% July 16, 2017
The Terry Hess Collection 7.4 99% 7.6 0% September 4, 2017
The Blank Collection
Collection Rating Complete Weighted Grade caccoin.com Last Updated
The JMFrzy Collection 47.2 100% 47.2 0% November 13, 2017
The Mountain View Collection 28.5 100% 28.5 43% November 28, 2017
The John Okerson Collection 18.4 96% 20.0 0% July 16, 2017
The Terry Hess Collection 7.4 99% 7.6 0% September 4, 2017
The Blank Collection

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