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90% Silver Mercury Dimes | $100 FV | Circulated

90% Silver Mercury Dimes | $100 FV | Circulated

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Introducing the 90% Silver Mercury Dime in $100 face value bags – a numismatic gem with approximately 71.5 troy ounces of pure silver distributed across 1,000 dimes. Originally minted in 1916 as part of an initiative to enhance the artistic appeal of US currency, the Mercury Dime, also known as the Winged Liberty Dime, circulated in the United States until 1945. Today, this iconic design is highly coveted by collectors and investors alike.

Coin Highlights:

  • Available in bags containing 1,000 dimes.
  • Features the renowned Mercury Dime design by Adolph A. Weinman.
  • Each coin contains 90% silver.
  • Individual face values of $.10 (USD) are fully backed by the US government.
  • Obverse showcases the graceful Winged Liberty.
  • Reverse displays a Roman fasces entwined with an olive branch.
  • Date marks in the bag can vary between 1916 and 1945.

Adorning the obverse of each dime is Adolph Weinman’s exquisite portrayal of Lady Liberty, inspired by the mythological figure Mercury, the messenger of the gods. Liberty is depicted in profile with a Phrygian cap, covering her short curls and featuring wings reminiscent of Mercury’s helmet. Surrounding her profile are inscriptions of her name, the coin’s mintage year, and the phrase “In God We Trust.”

The reverse side features a fasces entwined with olive branches, symbolizing strength and peace in the United States. The phrase “E Pluribus Unum” emphasizes the unity dependent on these two ideals. Country of issue and denomination inscriptions appear in an arched heading above and below the fasces.

Please note that the bag may contain Mercury Dimes with date marks ranging from 1916 to 1945, providing a rich historical assortment for collectors and investors alike. Acquire this exceptional piece of numismatic history and celebrate the enduring legacy of the Mercury Dime.


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