How to Collect Roosevelt Dimes
The death of Franklin D. Roosevelt in April of 1945 created a strong sentiment to issue a commemorative coin. After this idea was rejected, a regular issue coin was considered. Lincoln pennies (1909) Jefferson nickels (1938) and Washington quarter (1932)...
The dime is a ten cent coin, one tenth of a United States dollar, labeled formally
as "one ..... This included a 90 percent silver proof Roosevelt Dime, Washington ...
Roosevelt dime blends syncopated New Orleans rhythms, boogie woogie banjo,
swinging blues guitar, and searingly soulful vocals together in what the New ...
Roosevelt Dime Seamlessly combining the feel-good groove of classic Rhythm
and Blues with acoustic Americana instrumentation, Roosevelt Dime has crafted
In 1921, when Franklin D. Roosevelt
was stricken with a bout of polio that left him partially paralyzed, there were no organizations to lend support. In 1938, President Roosevelt
helped establish the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (which later became known... More »
Obverse (heads): First appeared in 1946, soon after the death of President
Franklin Roosevelt. The Roosevelt dime was released on the late president's
Melt value* for a 90% silver Roosevelt Dime is currently $1.02. These coins were
commissioned when Roosevelt died in 1946 and replaced the mercury dime.
Roosevelt Dime. 3014 likes · 252 talking about this. Seamlessly combining the
groove of classic Rhythm & Blues with traditional acoustic Americana...
Roosevelt Dime (1946 to Date) values are updated daily on the PCGS Price
Guide. Dealers buying and selling Roosevelt Dime (1946 to Date) coins are ...
The Roosevelt Dime was issued from 1946 to present. Find a history of the series
, design information, mintages, highlights and scarce issues of the series.