Last year I posted about tentatively completing my 1815-1828 bust quarter set. While I doubt I'll ever be able to completely stop buying them, I decided to try to assemble a well circulated capped bust dime set with the goal of putting them into the corresponding Dansco album (#6121). For the time being I don't want to afford the 1809, 1811/09, or 1822, and if I did ever buy them I would want them to be certified. Fortunately the 1809 and 1811/09 are on the first page of the album (with all of the expensive draped bust dimes), so I can easily ignore them or remove the first page entirely. I may get an 1822 Spanish or Mexican 1 real to fill the hole for the 1822. This leaves a total of 28 holes in the album for various dates and varieties. My goal was to get well circulated coins that had an original appearance and without issues too severe for the grade. So far I've gotten 9 dimes since December, and I'm quite pleased with what I have so far and wanted to share them. Something slightly interesting I've noticed after trolling eBay listings for several months is that the bust dimes tend to show up holed more frequently than the bust quarters do. It also seems that the quarters are more often encountered with improper cleaning than the dimes are. Here's what I have so far (I recognize the images are not great): 1821 dime, large date, JR-4, R2 1823/2 dime, large E's, JR-2, R4+ 1824/2 dime, flat top 1 in "10 C.", JR-1, R2 1831 dime, JR-1, R1 1832 dime, JR-1, R1 1833 dime, last 3 high, JR-5, R1 1834 dime, large 4, JR-6, R2 1834 dime, small 4, JR-7, R2 1836 dime, JR-3, R3 And a group picture of my first seven before they were put in the album.