1934 10c MS
Catalog Notes: The nation was still reeling from the economic pathos of the Great Depression, but there were some positive signs that the situation was improving slightly. The United States Mint had also produced very little coinage during the previous few years, and the nation’s supply of new coins needed a boost. All denominations, one-cent through silver dollar, saw production pick back up again in 1934, with Mercury dimes pumping out in large numbers, with nearly 25 million coming from the Philadelphia Mint alone. Most were very well struck and many uncirculated survivors exhibit Full Bands details.
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|Denom:||10c / Dime|
|Coinage Type:||Winged liberty head (Mercury)|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
|Designer:||Adolph A. Weinman|