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Mixed Date 90% Silver Mercury Dimes - $5 Face Value Roll - 50 Coins Average Circulated
This roll of 50 Mercury Dimes is perfect for those who stack constitutional silver. The design on the front features Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap, which makes her appear similar to the Roman god Mercury. The coin is also referred to as the Winged Liberty Head dime. The image on the reverse is a fasces, which symbolizes war and justice, wrapped in an olive branch, a symbol of peace. Adolph Weinman designed both of the images in 1916.
This product includes 50 coins, all having seen real use as circulating coinage. Some have more wear than others, and the dates in these rolls are a mixture of what one should generally expect to find in circulation during that period in time. More common dates are more likely than less common dates. Later coins are more likely than earlier coins - however, many early date coins have been found in these rolls. They are not searched by us except to pull out bent and cull coins while they are being sorted and counted into the rolls. We do not check dates or mint marks on these pieces.
This $5 Face Value Roll (50 Coins) 1916-1945 Mercury Dime Avg Circ Junk Silver is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
|Year of Issue:||1916-1945|
|Quantity:||$5 Face Value Roll (50 Coins)|
|Weight in Grams:||2.25 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.0723 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
Adolph Weinman's numismatic legacy cannot be understated. His designs were and continue to be some of the most recognizable and prized among collectors, such as the obverse of the beloved American Silver Eagle, and both faces of the recently debuted American Palladium Eagle series-which is getting its first uncirculated issue in September 2020.
Walter Pehowich is on vacation today, so our commentary comes from Stephen W. Miller, CEO of Dillon Gage Companies.