What's on the Back of the Dime?

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Usually, the back (reverse) of the dime pictures a torch with an olive branch to the left and an oak branch to the right. The words at the back read, 'United States of America,' 'e plurbus unum' (which means 'out of many, one'), and 'one dime.'
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