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Item:323971061737Selling off my entire collection of 90% Silver US Coins. The history of silver as money goes back many thousands and thousands of years. Silver coinage first appeared around 600 BC in current day Turkey, and from there it has been used in every major empire, from the Greeks & Romans to the Spanish and current day United States. The Roosevelt dime is the current dime, or ten-cent piece, of the United States. Struck by the United States Mint continuously since 1946, it displays President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the obverse and was authorized soon after his death in 1945. Roosevelt had been stricken with polio, and was one of the moving forces of the March of Dimes. The front of this coin contains Franklin D. Roosevelt's head, and the rear or reverse contains an olive branch, torch, and an oak branch. John R. Sinnock was the designer and his initials js can be seen underneath Roosevelt's head if you look closely. All U.S. Coins including this dime from 1946 to 1964 are made from 90% silver and 10% copper. Melt value for a 90% silver Roosevelt Dime is currently $1.33 THIS LISTING IS FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEM - TEN (10) U.S. SILVER ROOSEVELT DIME AVERAGE CIRCULATION CONDITION Check out other listings in my store https://www.ebay.com/str/U-S-Silver-and-Precious-Metals/U-S-Silver-Half-Dollars/i.htmlCondition:Coins are considered average circulation for the age of the coin. No coins have been cleaned or searched. This is not the slick junk silver leftovers you get from most coin vendors here. These are from my private coin collection and considered to be Good Condition or better in most cases. I have 1000's of coins and I want to sell them all myself rather then leave then to my kids to deal with when I'm dead and gone., Country/Region of Manufacture:United States, Certification:Uncertified, Strike Type:Business, Grade:Ungraded, Year:1946-1964, Circulated/Uncirculated:Circulated, Composition:Silver
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90% Silver Roosevelt Dimes (1946-1964) $1 Face Value - TEN (10) Random Coins