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    Author Archives: Rob Pacelli

    New $199 Minimum Free Shipping

    We wanted to provide our customers with an important update about our company and current free shipping policy. Over the last several months, we have experienced record order volume and while we are doing our best to keep up, it is extremely difficult to scale up operations during these times. Additionally, the recent surge in…

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    Updates from JM Bullion & Temporary $299 Min Order

    3/22 Update: Below are the latest updates on the industry and our company: Demand for precious metals products remains incredibly strong. This is being further exacerbated by disruptions to the supply chain, including the Royal Canadian Mint closing for 2 weeks as of the 20th, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Perth Mint has also…

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    1909 Barber Dime

    Barber Dimes were minted from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and are a great addition to any collection. Though the US Mint has produced many iconic coin series over the years, few are more attractive than the Barber Dime. The 1909 Barber Dime is of particular interest to collectors, but is not see…

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    1908 Barber Dime

    Of all coins produced by the US Mint, few are more iconic and evocative than the Barber Dime. Especially the early editions, these coins are sought after by collectors constantly. Making the process of collecting the Barber Dime bit difficult, however, is the fact that there exist three different varieties of the coin, all with…

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    1910 Barber Dime

    The Barber Dime is one of the most popular coins ever produced by the US Mint. These coins were made during the late 19th & early parts of the 20th century and were utilized by US citizens more than most other coins being circulated at the time. These coins are relevant today because collectors are…

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    1911 Barber Dime

    Generally speaking, collectors go crazy over coins produced by the US Mint throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Barber Dime coin series falls into that exact category, and collectors are constantly eager to get their hands on this dime. Unfortunately, collecting these coins becomes a bit difficult once you realize that there…

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    1912 Barber Dime

    Throughout history, the US Mint has produced a wide variety of coins that are important to collectors. Ten Cent pieces are just one of many types of coins produced by the US Mint, but are also some of the most popular in the eyes of collectors. The Barber Dime is easily one of the most…

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    1913 Barber Dime

    As far as US Mint coinage goes, few series are more popular amongst collectors than the Barber Dime. First produced is the late 1800’s, these coins were incredibly useful during their time in circulation, which helps make them extremely valuable nowadays. Collectors the world over are constantly trying to get their hands on these coins,…

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    1907 Barber Dime

    The Barber Dime is a classical piece of American coinage that was produced during the late 19th, early 20th century. Nowadays, these coins are particularly popular amongst collectors and are constantly sought after. Something interesting about the 1907 Barber Dime is that it was produced in four different varieties, each with their own appeal and…

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    1914 Barber Dime

    The US Mint has been entrusted with producing the coinage of the United States since shortly after the country was founded. Through the years this world-renowned mint has produced many pleasing coins, but few more so than the Barber Dime. Minted in the late 19th and early 20th century, Barber Dime that have survived the…

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    1915 Barber Dime

    The US Mint has been producing ten cent pieces since the 1830’s and the production of these coins has carried right on over to today. One of the most popular styles of 10-cent piece coins is the Barber Dime, which was primarily produced during the 19th and 20th centuries. This iconic coin is popular amongst…

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    1916 Barber Dime

    Through history, the US Mint has produced a wide variety of coins, some of which are valuable to collectors, others that aren’t. One of the more attractive collections is the Barber Dime, which was produced during the 19th and 20th century. Though these coins were produced so long ago, they are still quite popular today…

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    1964 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime has been an important piece of U.S. coinage since it was first produced in 1946. The coin came into existence to replace the Mercury Dime, and has stood the test of time and is still produced by the mint to this day. Contrary to popular belief, Roosevelt Dimes can have value to…

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    1963 Roosevelt Dime

    The dime has been in the pockets of American consumers for decades. Beginning in 1946, the Roosevelt Dime took over for the Mercury Dime as the popular U.S. Mint ten-cent piece. These coins have stood the test of time, and are still in production to this day. While you might think that a dime cannot…

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    1962 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime is one of the most popular circulation coins on the market today. These ten-cent pieces were first produced in 1946, and took over for the Mercury Dime. While you may not think that a simple Dime has any collectable value, nothing could be further from the truth. Some Roosevelt Dimes can, in…

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    1961 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime is a coin that has stood the test of time. These coins were first produced by the U.S. Mint in 1946, and were designed to replace the Mercury Dime. These ten-cent pieces remain popular with consumers and collectors, and are still produced by the mint today. While most might assume that Dimes…

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    1960 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime has been a mainstay in the pockets of consumers for decades. The U.S. Mint began producing the Roosevelt Dime in 1946, and this popular ten-cent piece replaced the Mercury Dime. The Roosevelt Dime is still produced today, and while you might assume that these coins are only worth their $.10 face value,…

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    1959 Roosevelt Dime

    In 1946, the U.S. Mint unveiled a completely new design for the popular ten-cent piece. The Roosevelt Dime began production and replaced the Mercury Dime. The coin remains quite popular, and the Roosevelt Dime is still widely used and produced by the mint to this day. While you might assume that a dime has no…

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    1958 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime ten-cent piece has been an extremely popular coin since its introduction in 1946. Since taking over for the Mercury Dime that year, these coins have been a mainstay of U.S. coinage ever since and are still in production today. While you might assume that the Roosevelt Dime does not have any collectible…

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    1957 Roosevelt Dime

    Beginning in 1946, the U.S. Mint changed the design of the popular ten-cent piece. The Mercury Dime was replaced with the Roosevelt Dime. This new dime design has been used for years since, and is still produced today. While you may not think that a dime has any collectable value, nothing could be further from…

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    1956 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime was first produced by the U.S. Mint in 1946. The ten-cent piece was designed to replace the Mercury Dime. The dime has remained popular throughout the years, and the Roosevelt Dime is still produced by the U.S. Mint today. While you may assume that a dime does not have any value for…

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    1955 Roosevelt Dime

    The ten-cent piece has always been popular in the U.S. Beginning in 1946; the U.S. Mint replaced its Mercury Dime with the Roosevelt Dime. The Roosevelt Dime has since been produced for years, and remains in production to this day. You may not think these coins have any value above their face value, but certain…

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    1954 Roosevelt Dime

    The Roosevelt Dime ten-cent piece has been produced since 1946, and replaced the Mercury Dime. This design has stood the test of time, and is still being produced today. While you may assume that a dime likely has no collectible value, Roosevelt Dimes of certain types and mint years may be coveted by coin collectors….

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    1953 Roosevelt Dime

    The U.S. Mint began producing the Roosevelt Dime in 1946. The ten cent piece was very popular, and it remains in production today. While one may assume that dimes cannot be valuable beyond their face values, some of these coins can be significantly valuable based on mintage, year, scarcity and condition. For a coin collector,…

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    1952 Roosevelt Dime

    In 1946, The U.S. Mint replaced the Mercury Dime with the Roosevelt Dime. The Roosevelt Dime has been produced ever since, and remains in production to this day. While one might assume that these ten-cent pieces do not have any value to collectors, the fact is that these coins can have significant value depending on…

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