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Aficionados of the Barber quarter series -- and they are many -- who hear about a 1913-S, automatically associate it with the other two keys to the collection, the 1896-S and 1901-S. While it is true that all three are of extremely low mintage -- the 1913-S, at only 40,000 pieces, is one of the lowest-mintage regular-issue silver coins of the entire 20th century.
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