Who's on the Dime?

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Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the dime.
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A dime is a US coin worth ten cents made out of an alloy of 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel. The dime is 17.91mm in diameter, with 118 ridges and 1.35mm thick thus ...
The dimes made in 1954 are called Silver Roosevelt Dimes. All kinds of 1954 dimes are currently valued between $1.40 and $1.69. Most 1954 dimes are not collected ...
The 1930 Mercury Dime usually sells for $150 to $600. The 1930 S Mercury dime is worth a little bit more than the 1930 regular Mercury Dime in good condition. ...
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