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Chief Engraver Charles E Barber designed a Liberty Head series for dimes, quarters, and half dollars, 1892-1916. Miss Liberty was on one side. The other side of the dime had a wreath, that of the quarter and of the half-dollar an eagle.

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From your description the coin is a Americain Silver Eagle that is made from one ounce of 99.9% pure silver, value as of today is about $19.00



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