Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Poolplayer2, Jan 12, 2019.
Can someone tell me about these dimes. So I can wite in correctly...please ..
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Circulation wear and tear..
Most are Damaged and have Environmental Exposure issues.
They look like dimes I find when I go Metal Detecting at parks and beaches.
The Clad layer change color when exposed to the elements and/or chemicals.
They are Roosevelt Dimes. They have been produced by the US Mint since 1946.
As stated, normal dimes with varying degrees of damage.
I would put them all back into circulation. They are not and never will be worth more than 10¢ each.
Prior to 1965, all Roosevelt Dimes contained .07234 oz. of pure silver.
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