1946 10c MS

Mintage: 255,250,000

1946-D 10c MS

Mintage: 61,043,500

1946-S 10c MS

Mintage: 27,900,000

1947 10c MS

Mintage: 121,520,000

1947-D 10c MS

Mintage: 46,835,000

1947-S 10c MS

Mintage: 34,840,000

1948 10c MS

Mintage: 74,950,000

1948-D 10c MS

Mintage: 52,841,000

1948-S 10c MS

Mintage: 35,520,000

1949 10c MS

Mintage: 30,940,000

1949-D 10c MS

Mintage: 26,034,000

1949-S 10c MS

Mintage: 13,510,000

1950 10c MS

Mintage: 50,130,114

1950-D 10c MS

Mintage: 46,803,000

1950-S 10c MS

Mintage: 20,440,000

1951 10c MS

Mintage: 103,880,102

1951-D 10c MS

Mintage: 56,529,000

1951-S 10c MS

Mintage: 31,630,000

1952 10c MS

Mintage: 99,040,093

1952-D 10c MS

Mintage: 122,100,000

1952-S 10c MS

Mintage: 44,419,500

1953 10c MS

Mintage: 53,490,120

1953-D 10c MS

Mintage: 136,433,000

1953-S 10c MS

Mintage: 39,180,000

1954 10c MS

Mintage: 114,010,203

1954-D 10c MS

Mintage: 106,397,000

1954-S 10c MS

Mintage: 22,860,000

1955 10c MS

Mintage: 12,450,181

1955-D 10c MS

Mintage: 13,959,000

1955-S 10c MS

Mintage: 18,510,000

1956 10c MS

Mintage: 108,640,000

1956-D 10c MS

Mintage: 108,015,100

1957 10c MS

Mintage: 160,160,000

1957-D 10c MS

Mintage: 113,354,330

1958 10c MS

Mintage: 31,910,000

1958-D 10c MS

Mintage: 136,564,600

1959 10c MS

Mintage: 85,780,000

1959-D 10c MS

Mintage: 164,919,790

1960 10c MS

Mintage: 70,390,000

1960-D 10c MS

Mintage: 200,160,400

1961 10c MS

Mintage: 93,730,000

1961-D 10c MS

Mintage: 209,146,550

1962 10c MS

Mintage: 72,450,000

1962-D 10c MS

Mintage: 334,948,380

1963 10c MS

Mintage: 123,650,000

1963-D 10c MS

Mintage: 421,476,530

1964 10c MS

Mintage: 929,360,000

1964-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,357,517,180

1965 10c MS

Mintage: 1,652,140,570

1966 10c MS

Mintage: 1,382,734,540

1967 10c MS

Mintage: 2,244,007,320

1968 10c MS

Mintage: 424,470,400

1968-D 10c MS

Mintage: 480,748,280

1969 10c MS

Mintage: 145,790,000

1969-D 10c MS

Mintage: 563,323,870

1970 10c MS

Mintage: 345,570,000

1970-D 10c MS

Mintage: 754,942,100

1971 10c MS

Mintage: 162,690,000

1971-D 10c MS

Mintage: 377,914,240

1972 10c MS

Mintage: 431,540,000

1972-D 10c MS

Mintage: 330,290,000

1973 10c MS

Mintage: 315,670,000

1973-D 10c MS

Mintage: 455,032,426

1974 10c MS

Mintage: 470,248,000

1974-D 10c MS

Mintage: 571,083,000

1975 10c MS

Mintage: 585,673,900

1975-D 10c MS

Mintage: 313,705,300

1976 10c MS

Mintage: 568,760,000

1976-D 10c MS

Mintage: 695,222,774

1977 10c MS

Mintage: 796,930,000

1977-D 10c MS

Mintage: 376,607,228

1978 10c MS

Mintage: 663,980,000

1978-D 10c MS

Mintage: 282,847,540

1979 10c MS

Mintage: 315,440,000

1979-D 10c MS

Mintage: 390,921,184

1980-P 10c MS

Mintage: 735,170,000

1980-D 10c MS

Mintage: 719,354,321

1981-P 10c MS

Mintage: 676,650,000

1981-D 10c MS

Mintage: 712,284,143

1982 No P 10c MS Strong Rims

Mintage: 519,475,000

1982 No P 10c MS Weak Rims

Mintage: 519,475,000

1982-P 10c MS

Mintage: 519,475,000

1982-D 10c MS

Mintage: 542,713,584

1983-P 10c MS

Mintage: 647,025,000

1983-D 10c MS

Mintage: 730,129,224

1984-P 10c MS

Mintage: 856,669,000

1984-D 10c MS

Mintage: 704,803,976

1985-P 10c MS

Mintage: 705,200,962

1985-D 10c MS

Mintage: 587,979,970

1986-P 10c MS

Mintage: 682,649,693

1986-D 10c MS

Mintage: 473,326,970

1987-P 10c MS

Mintage: 762,709,481

1987-D 10c MS

Mintage: 653,203,402

1988-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,030,550,000

1988-D 10c MS

Mintage: 962,385,489

1989-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,298,400,000

1989-D 10c MS

Mintage: 896,535,597

1990-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,034,340,000

1990-D 10c MS

Mintage: 839,995,824

1991-P 10c MS

Mintage: 927,220,000

1991-D 10c MS

Mintage: 601,241,114

1992-P 10c MS

Mintage: 593,500,000

1992-D 10c MS

Mintage: 616,273,932

1993-P 10c MS

Mintage: 766,180,000

1993-D 10c MS

Mintage: 750,110,166

1994-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,189,000,000

1994-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,303,268,110

1995-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,125,500,000

1995-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,274,890,000

1996-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,421,163,000

1996-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,400,300,000

1996-W 10c MS

Mintage: 1,457,000

1997-P 10c MS

Mintage: 991,640,000

1997-D 10c MS

Mintage: 979,810,000

1998-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,163,000,000

1998-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,172,250,000

1999-P 10c MS

Mintage: 2,164,000,000

1999-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,397,750,000

2000-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,842,500,000

2000-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,818,700,000

2001-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,369,590,000

2001-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,412,800,000

2002-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,187,500,000

2002-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,379,500,000

2003-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,085,500,000

2003-D 10c MS

Mintage: 986,500,000

2004-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,328,000,000

2004-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,159,500,000

2005-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,412,000,000

2005-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,423,500,000

2006-P 10c MS

Mintage: 1,381,000,000

2006-D 10c MS

Mintage: 1,447,000,000

2008-P 10c MS

Mintage: 391,000,000

2008-D 10c MS

Mintage: 624,500,000

Series Overview

Roosevelt dimes were first struck in 1946 and designed by John R. Sinnock. Debuting only months after Franklin Delano Roosevelt?s passing in 1945, the Roosevelt dime was deemed a fitting tribute to the man who fought a disease diagnosed as polio and helped established the March of Dimes organization. While Roosevelt dimes are generally regarded as a series chock full of common coins, there are several challenging surprises in store for those who focus their attention on this long-running series.

The 1949, 1949-D, 1949-S, and 1950-S are surprisingly tough coins in the mid-range Mint State grades. Meanwhile, the 1963 doubled die reverse and 1964-D doubled die reverse varieties are two of the more difficult pieces to acquire. One of the most popular Roosevelt dime varieties is the 1982 no-P, which can be found in circulation and even with wear is worth a sizeable premium over face value. The 1982 no-mintmark Roosevelt dime is especially valuable in Mint States grades. The 1996-W Roosevelt dime was offered only in 1996 uncirculated sets and is one of the scarcer late-date business strikes of the series.

Regardless of date, Full Bands (or ?FB?) Roosevelt dimes, which show complete horizontal lines on the bands across the torch on the reverse, are valued by enthusiasts. Both the 90% silver (1946-1964) and copper-nickel (1965-present) FB Roosevelt dimes are scarce and command substantial premiums over similarly graded non-FB specimens.