Get a beautiful Gem-quality 1939-D Mercury silver dime – carefully preserved in an original roll for over 70 years! These 90% silver coins recall Nazi Germany’s invasion of Poland, and the year America began a military build-up that helped pull the nation out of the depression.
Graded Gem Uncirculated MS-66 with full bands by our experts, then certified and encapsulated by PCGS, these high-quality collector favorites display full original mint luster, and all the fine details of what is widely considered the finest design on a small-size U.S. coin. Symbolizing freedom of thought, the obverse depicts Liberty in a winged cap (mistaken for the male god Mercury). The reverse features a bundle of rods with an ax – an ancient Roman symbol of authority. Plus, these pieces are especially well struck, displaying full bands around the bundle of rods.
Only a small fraction of 1% of 1939-D Mercury dimes is estimated to survive in any grade, and to date, PCGS has certified fewer than 3,500 coins of this issue in MS-66 or higher grades. Add this affordable Gem-quality classic to your collection today!
- Mint Mark: Denver
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1939