Click to enlargeJ796/P883

William Barber's seated liberty design. These were sold in sets as part of complete silver sets. For additional information, click here.

Examples were struck in the following combinations:

J796/P883 in silver with plain edge with about a half dozen known many of which appear to have been struck on half dime planchets as opposed to trime planchets. To see all available images of this and the next, click here.

J797/P884 in silver with reeded edge with just over a half dozen known many of which appear to have been struck on half dime planchets as opposed to trime planchets.

J798/P885 in copper with plain edge with less than a dozen known. To see all available images of this and the next, click here.

J799/P886 in copper with reeded edge with just over a dozen known including 2 in the Connecticut State Library and one in the Durham Museum.

J800/P887 in aluminum with plain edge with only 3 or 4 believed to exist including: To see all available images of this and the next, click here.

1) Mitchelson, CSL

2) Merkin 9/67, Stacks 6/86, Bourne - PCGS65

3) Crouch-Superior 6/77

J801/P888 in aluminum with reeded edge with only 2 or 3 believed to exist including:

1) D. Berg 4/85, Bourne - PCGS66

2) an example sold twice in 1989, unknown intermediates, Simpson-Heritage 1/21 - PCGS66.

Photo courtesy of PCGS.