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This handsome set contains .900 fine silver dimes displayed in a black vinyl portfolio. The Complete Silver Roosevelt Dime Collection minted from 1946 to 1964 contains 19 genuine United States coins. The Roosevelt dime was designed by John R. Sinnock in 1946 to honor President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The dime was released to the public on January 30, 1946 which would have been Roosevelt's 64th birthday. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.

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  • Roosevelt Dimes From 1946-1964
  • Genuine US Coins
  • .900 Fine Silver
  • Protective Vinyl Portfolio


  • Length: 0.375in.
  • Width: 6.3125in.
  • Height: 8in.
  • Weight: 0.625lbs.
  • Brand: American Coin Treasures

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Distributed by The Franklin Mint.

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Mercury Dime:
First minted in 1916, this United States ten-cent piece features an image on the obverse of Lady Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap. The likeness drew comparisons to the Roman messenger god, Mercury, giving the coin its nickname. The cap Liberty wears has origins in ancient Greece and Rome and became a symbol of freedom used by revolutionaries in France and America during the late 18th century. The designer of the coin, Adolph Weinman, added wings to the sides of the cap to specifically call to mind freedom of thought.

The reverse of the Mercury dime features the fasces at the center supported by an olive branch. The fasces is an ancient Roman symbol of power and authority composed of rods arranged parallel and wrapped to the handle of an ax, while the olive branch is a traditional symbol of peace. The United States Mint struck the Mercury dime until the end of 1945. In 1946, John Sinnock's new design for the ten-cent coin honoring President Franklin Delano Roosevelt replaced the Mercury dime and continues today.