The Roosevelt Dime was brought to fruition in 1945 following the death of the nation's beloved president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. FDR was known as one of the biggest proponents in funding research into Polio, a disease he suffered from personally. He supported the March Of Dimes, and his portrait being added to the dime design was an extremely fitting memorial. The Roosevelt bust design replaced the Mercury dime. Roosevelt Dimes were first struck in 1946 in 90% silver, and continued until 1964. The silver dime became obsolete in 1965, as ever since they have been struck in nickel-clad copper.
We acquired a HUGE collection of Dime Rolls from an old coin collector. Many of them are still in their original old paper rolls! Each and every dime is in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which is incredible considering the age. The dates of the coins will be a random group from 1964 and before. Again, these are all 90% SILVER! Add these to your stack while we still have them!
- 90% SILVER!
- Amazing deal
- Choice BU condition