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The U.S. Mint has issued a large number of silver products over the years, many of which are prized by collectors. If you’re looking for something specific to complete your collection, or for a unique investment product, Mint State Gold can help. We are a longstanding dealer of certified silver rarities from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Keep reading to learn more about some of the certified silver rarities we have in stock currently. Ready to order? Shop our online store with confidence using the links on this page.

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Barber Dimes

Barber dimes, manufactured between 1892 and 1916, are some of the most sought-after silver U.S. coins. In fact, in 2007, an extremely rare 1894-S Barber dime set a record by selling for $1.9 million at auction. Other Barber dimes are less expensive, but still challenging to find.

Barber dimes are an excellent choice for investors, too. Rare coin enthusiasts have collected Barber dimes and Barber coins in general — for more than a century. Because of their scarcity, they will likely continue to be an object of fascination for many decades to come. As a result, they can be a smart addition to a portfolio of rare silver coins.

Standing Liberty Quarters

Standing Liberty quarters are another highly sought-after silver coin. The Standing Liberty series replaced the outgoing Barber coins in 1916. They featured a design by sculptor Hermon A. MacNeil, which initially attracted controversy as the obverse face showed an image of Lady Liberty with her right breast exposed. As a result, the image was altered midway through 1917.

Type 1 and Type 2 Standing Liberty quarters are among the more difficult to find silver rarities.

Investing in Silver Rarities

There are many benefits to investing in silver rarities such as Barber dimes and Standing Liberty quarters. In general, silver and other precious metals are a way of diversifying your portfolio and insulating yourself from the uncertainty of the stock market. Compared to modern bullion products, older silver coins can offer some tax and privacy advantages.

If you’re new to investing in rare coins, check out our Investor Library section for informative articles, or contact our office for personalized assistance based on your financial goals.

Buying Certified Silver Rarities at Mint State Gold

The team at Mint State Gold has been selling and buying certified silver rarities for more than 50 years. We carefully choose our inventory to offer a variety of hard-to-find products in excellent condition. We work with leading certification organizations, including the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), to take the uncertainty out of shopping online.

When you buy a certified silver rarity from Mint State Gold, you’re getting a product that is as advertised, at a fair price based on current valuation guides.

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