Features of the 1896 Quarter Dollar Barber NGC PF68 Ultra Cameo:
Minted in the year 1896
US - Philadelphia Mint
PF68 Ultra Cameo Graded by NGC
NGC Population: 9
The year 1896 marked a significant chapter in American history, and the Barber Quarter Dollar captured the zeitgeist of the era. Struck in the Philadelphia Mint, this coin reflects the sophistication and elegance of the late 19th century.
The obverse of the coin features Charles E. Barber's classical design, portraying Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, symbolizing freedom and equality. The reverse showcases a majestic eagle with outstretched wings, clutching an olive branch and arrows—a timeless emblem of American strength and peace.
Graded by NGC as PF68 Ultra Cameo, this Barber Quarter Dollar is a rare and exceptional specimen. The Proof 68 grade signifies a coin with virtually flawless surfaces and exceptional eye appeal. The Ultra Cameo designation highlights the striking contrast between the frosted design elements and the mirrored fields, creating a visual spectacle that captivates collectors.