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1916 & 1945 Mercury Dime First and Last Set

$18.55

(2 coins)

Grade:  Average Circulated  
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Kick-start a collection of beloved Mercury dimes with this historic First and Last Year Set from the Philadelphia Mint! You’ll receive a first-year-of-issue Mercury dime struck over 100 years ago in 1916 and a last-year-of-issue coin minted in 1945 during the final year of WWII. Designed by renowned sculptor A.A. Weinman and produced in 90% silver, the Mercury dime is considered one of the most beautiful coins ever issued by the U.S. Mint.


Depicting Liberty wearing a winged cap, the obverse was mistaken for an image of Mercury and the coins are known by that name. The reverse features an ancient Roman symbol of authority consisting of a bundle of rods with an ax blade. This appealing coin design was inspirational to Americans through two world wars and the Great Depression. Along with your First-and-Last Year Set, you’ll receive a FREE custom folder and FREE series checklist to display and keep track of your Mercury dime collection. Order this great collecting value today – also makes a great gift!

  • Year: Mixed Years
  • Product Type: Sets
  • Presentation: With Folder