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Silver Roosevelt Dime


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The Silver Roosevelt Dime is a United States coin that was minted between 1946 and 1964. It is named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died in 1945 and was a prominent figure during the Great Depression and World War II. The Silver Roosevelt Dime replaced the Mercury Dime and was the first coin to feature a portrait of Roosevelt, who had previously appeared on the dime's reverse side.


The Silver Roosevelt Dime is made of 90% silver and 10% copper, giving it a unique appearance and value. The coin weighs 2.5 grams and has a diameter of 17.9mm, making it smaller than modern-day dimes. The coin's obverse side features a portrait of Roosevelt facing left, while the reverse side features an olive branch, torch, and oak branch, symbolizing peace, liberty, and strength.


The Silver Roosevelt Dime has become a popular collectible item among coin enthusiasts and history buffs. It is valued not only for its silver content but also for its historical significance and aesthetic appeal. The coin is relatively easy to find in circulated condition, but finding a well-preserved uncirculated specimen can be more difficult and expensive. Overall, the Silver Roosevelt Dime is a fascinating piece of American history that continues to captivate collectors and enthusiasts alike.

Silver Roosevelt Dime

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