The Roosevelt dime is the current United States dime. It was originally minted in 1946 and is still made today. From 1946-1964 the Roosevelt dime was minted with a 90% silver content. From 1965 to the present day there is no silver in the coins. The only post 1965 Roosevelt dimes that have silver content is the proof coins. The coin was designed by John R. Sinnock, the obverse contained a left-facing portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the reverse depicts a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.
Roosevelt Dimes Value
There are multiple types and designs of the Roosevelt dimes, the highest value and most popular for collectors of silver are the coins minted from 1946-1964, this is due to their silver content. Roosevelt dimes also run on the cheaper side, this causes many collectors to buy them in bulk. The most expensive Roosevelt dime is the 1964-D version which could cost around $160. People also like to buy Roosevelt dimes in rolls and Dansco albums. Not many people buy individual dimes.
Where to get Roosevelt Dimes
Bullion Shark carries many Roosevelt dimes. We carry them in rolls, albums, and individual key dates. If you are looking for a specific date you don't see, call us and a numismatic expert will locate that specific coin for you.