$5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Extra Fine)

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Product Description

Each 50-coin roll contains dimes with a mix of both years and mint marks and will include dates in the 1940s with an occasional 1930s date. Rolls may be all of the same date or of mixed dates. Years will be of our choosing determined by stock at hand.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 44583
Year: 1916-1945
Mint Mark: Varies
Grade: Extra Fine
Denomination: $0.1
Diameter: 17.9 mm
Thickness: 1.2 mm


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$5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Extra Fine)

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By Adam

from New York

Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Extra Fine):

I have an affliction for Mercury Dimes, and after some fishing around, I was interested in this Extra Fine roll. The display picture really reeled me in. I had assumed the dimes would be similar to the way they look in the pictures, but they were not. 34 of the 50 dimes were definitely average circulated. Sticks and chassis were obliterated on those 34 coins. All of them were tarnished, which I am OK with. The other 16 were along the lines of extra fine, or similar to the EF display picture on Apmex.
What I did like was the mix of dates and mint marks. I got a nice variety of P and S, and one D. About 8 or 9 were from the 30's, with the earliest being 1936. All in all, I can't say that I'm angry or not satisfied, but I will be spending the extra money for the AU rolls and hope for some better-conditioned coins.

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