Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 79354)
The proof issues of the Roosevelt dime series have been minted from 1950 to present. The set, without varieties, is easy and affordable to assemble in high grade. A great entry-level project for those interested in 10-cent pieces.
Obverse: Portrait of Franklin Roosevelt with the word LIBERTY at the left periphery. IN GOD WE TRUST written horizontally at 7 o'clock left of the portrait. The date is positioned to the right of Franklin's neck.
Reverse: Torch of Liberty is flanked by olive branches in the center with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA * ONE DIME around the circumference.
|Denomination:||10c / Ten cents|
|Mint Location:||San Francisco|
|Coinage Type:||Roosevelt dime|
|Composition:||75% copper; 25% nickel|
|Designer:||John R. Sinnock|
|Obverse Lettering:||LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, 2013, S|
|Obverse Designer:||John R. Sinnock|
|Reverse Lettering:||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, ONE DIME|
|Reverse Designer:||John R. Sinnock|
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