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90% Silver Coins "Solid Bank Roll" of Dimes -$5 Face Value

  • *Spot Price
  • $19.67

*Spot Price based on 1 troy oz

 

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Product Details

Gainesville Coins offers Solid Bank Rolls of 90% Silver Dimes. Each $5 face value roll of fifty pre-1965 dimes will contain Mercury Dimes, Roosevelt Silver Dimes, or a mixture of each. These coins will feature different dates, all ranging between 1916 and 1964, and will be selected at Gainesville Coins' discretion.

Mercury Dimes, especially those produced between 1910 and 1930, are of high value, and feature the bust of Liberty wearing a winged helmet. The public thought the image looked like the Roman god Mercury, giving the coin its common name. Roosevelt Silver Dimes minted between 1946 and 1964, are also highly valued by collectors and investors for their silver content. The Roosevelt dime, which is still produced in a clad version today, features the bust of the 32nd President of the United States of America due to his support for the March of Dimes anti-polio campaign. These dimes are packaged in a paper “bank roll” with a total face value of $5. The roll has an approximate Total Silver Content of 3.575 Troy Ounces.

Stock photo is for reference only. Date and condition are chosen randomly from available inventory.

Specifications

Product Specifications
Fineness: 0.9
Legal Tender: yes
Mint: United States Mint
 

Customer Reviews

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  • Dimes

    5
    By malloryman38 Friday, August 09, 2013

    Bought 2 rolls of dimes all between 1946 to 1964 great mixture would buy from again in near future

  • Dime Roll

    5
    By jacuzziben Saturday, June 29, 2013

    I ended up with all Roosevelts, was hoping for a bit of diversity between them and Mercs but quality was quite good, only 2-3 'junkier' ones. About half were 62-64, rest scattered dates.

  • Bank roll of dimes

    5
    By TCY Tuesday, May 14, 2013

    Decent coins, no culls, 50 in the roll, all were Mercury dimes.

 
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