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Half Dimes 1794-1873

Half Dimes 1794-1873
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Half Dimes 1794-1873 Dansco Album comes in a 1" binder and holds up to 114 coins. The album has 6 Dansco pages (series: 6120-1 to 6120-6). By far the most desired of all half dime coins is the 1870-S type. In July 2004, the 1870-S half dime sold for $661,250. This album holds and displays all Flowing Hair, Bust, and Liberty Half Dimes minted from 1794-1873. Note that the slots in the album are larger from 1794-1805. Half dimes from that mintage production measure 16.5 mm in diameter, the ones issued after 1805 are 15.5 mm. From 1794-1837 half dimes were made of 89.24% silver and 10.76% copper, each weighing 1.35 grams. Starting with the Liberty Seated Dimes in 1837 through 1873 the composition changed to 90% silver and 10% copper, each weighing 1.34 grams. An arrow was placed at the sides of the dates starting in 1853 to show that the coin went from 1.34 grams to 1.24 grams. Half Dimes were minted at the Philadelphia, New Orleans, and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Bust Dimes 1796-1837

Bust Dimes 1796-1837
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Bust Dime 1796-1837 Dansco Album comes in a 3/4" binder and holds up to 48 coins. The album has 4 Dansco pages (series: 6121-1 to 6121-4), each one holding and displaying all Draped and Capped Bust dimes minted from 1796-1837. Draped Bust dimes were coined from 1796-1807, and their reverse design was issued without any indication of their denomination. In 1809, John Reich redesigned the obverse and reverse for the 1809-1837 Capped Bust coin. The new design had seen the addition of the lettering "10C" on the reverse. All Bust dimes coins are made of 89.24% silver and 10.76% copper, each weighing 2.70 grams. Draped Bust dimes measure 19 mm in diameter. Capped Bust coins from 1809-1827 measure approximately 18.8 mm and the coins minted from 1828-1837 measure approximately 18.5 mm. All Bust dimes were coined at the Philadelphia Mint. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Seated Dimes 1837-1891

Liberty Seated Dimes 1837-1891
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Half Dimes 1794-1873 Dansco Album comes in a 1" binder and holds up to 114 coins. The album has 6 Dansco pages (series: 6120-1 to 6120-6). By far the most desired of all half dime coins is the 1870-S type. In July 2004, the 1870-S half dime sold for $661,250. This album holds and displays all Flowing Hair, Bust, and Liberty Half Dimes minted from 1794-1873. Note that the slots in the album are larger from 1794-1805. Half dimes from that mintage production measure 16.5 mm in diameter, the ones issued after 1805 are 15.5 mm. From 1794-1837 half dimes were made of 89.24% silver and 10.76% copper, each weighing 1.35 grams. Starting with the Liberty Seated Dimes in 1837 through 1873 the composition changed to 90% silver and 10% copper, each weighing 1.34 grams. An arrow was placed at the sides of the dates starting in 1853 to show that the coin went from 1.34 grams to 1.24 grams. Half Dimes were minted at the Philadelphia, New Orleans, and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Liberty Dimes

Liberty Dimes
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Liberty Dimes 1892-1916 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 84 coins. The album has 2 Dansco pages (series: 7121-1 to 7121-2), each one holding and displaying all Liberty dimes minted from 1892-1916. Although this Dansco Album does not provide a specific slot for the 1894S Liberty Dime, it is interesting to note 24 specimens of this type were struck. Becoming the first U.S. coin to surpass the barrier of $100,000 in value, one 1894S Liberty Dime sold for $1,552,500 at an auction in 2007. Liberty dimes are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 17.9 mm in diameter and each weighs 2.50 grams. Liberty dimes were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Mercury Dimes

Mercury Dimes
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Mercury Dimes 1916-1945 Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 84 coins. The album has 2 Dansco pages (series: 7123-1 to 7123-2), each one holding and displaying all Winged Liberty Head dimes (commonly called Mercury dimes) minted from 1916-1945. Adolph A. Weinman's design for the Mercury dimes has been considered one of the most beautiful designed ever used on U.S. coins. The obverse of the coins shows a Liberty Head with wings on her cap which are meant to symbolize liberty of thought. Mercury dimes are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. They measure 17.9 mm in diameter, and each weighs 2.50 grams. Mercury dimes were coined at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Roosevelt Dimes

Roosevelt Dimes
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Roosevelt Dimes 1946-2026 Dansco Album comes in a 3/4" binder and holds up to 168 coins. The album has 4 Dansco pages (series: 7125-1 to 7125-4), each one holding and displaying all Roosevelt dimes minted from 1946 to Date. In 1946 Roosevelt's portrait became the new face of the dime. The new design, created by John R. Sinnock, saw the initials JS appear on the obverse. Mintmarks were struck on the reverse of the coins from 1946-1964 and then after a period of 4 years without mintmarks, they reappeared in 1968 but this time on the obverse. From 1946-1964 Roosevelt dimes were made of 90% silver and 10% copper, each weighing 2.50 grams. From 1965 to Date the composition changed to a pure copper inner core and an outer layer made of 75% copper and 25% nickel, each weighing 2.27 grams. All Roosevelt dimes measure 17.9 mm in diameter. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Roosevelt Dimes w/proof

Roosevelt Dimes w/proof
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Roosevelt Dimes 1946 to Date Dansco with Proof Album comes in a 7/8" binder and holds up to 210 coins. The album has 6 Dansco pages (series: 8125-1 to 8125-6), each one holding and displaying all Roosevelt dimes minted from 1946 to Date(2023) including the proof coins. In 1946 Roosevelt's portrait became the new face of the dime. The new design, created by John R. Sinnock, saw the initials JS appear on the obverse. Mintmarks were struck on the reverse of the coins from 1946-1964 and then after a period of 4 years without mintmarks, they reappeared in 1968 but this time on the obverse. From 1946-1964 Roosevelt dimes were made of 90% silver and 10% copper, each weighing 2.50 grams. From 1965 to Date the composition changed to a pure copper inner core and an outer layer made of 75% copper and 25% nickel, each weighing 2.27 grams. All Roosevelt dimes measure 17.9 mm in diameter. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

Dimes 168 Ports, PLAN

Dimes 168 Ports, PLAN
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Dansco Coin Albums have been a longtime companion for both expert numismatists and beginning coin collectors. The Dimes Plain Dansco Album comes in a 5/8" binder and holds up to 168 coins. The album has 4 Dansco plain pages, each one holding and displaying 42 U.S. dimes. In 1792 The Coinage Act authorized the creation of the dimes, but it wasn't until 1796 that the first dimes entered circulation. Starting with Liberty Seated dimes in 1837 through the present Roosevelt dimes, all coins measure 17.9 mm in diameter. Dimes are the smallest in size of all the current U.S. coins. Dansco Plain Albums allow collectors the freedom to build a unique type of collection. While dated dime albums are fixed to display and hold certain type of coins, this one gives you the choice to create your own dime collection. Dansco Coin Albums have their pages attached with metal screws, making it easy to add and replace.

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