United States of America, 1942 Mercury Dime Choice BU

We have just had a small group of Choice Brilliant Uncirculated Mercury Dimes which were issued during World War II by the United States. The Mercury Dime is considered one of America’s most beautiful and dynamic coins. These coins are struck in 900 fine Silver and are just beautiful. Here we offer the 1942 Mercury Dime Dollar. 1945 was the last date of issue for this design, they then switched to the Roosevelt design.
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