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1943 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN VERY FINE CONDITION 14 SEE PICTURES
$3.49
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1945 P MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$2.99
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1959 P ROOSEVELT 90 SILVER DIME FROM MINT SET IN CELLO SEE PICTURES
$4.49
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1944 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SEE DESCRIPTION
$2.99
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1941 P MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN VG FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$2.99
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1941 P MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN EXTRA FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.99
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1941 S MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$2.99
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1963 P ROOSEVELT SILVER DIME IN AU CONDITION SEE DESCRIPTION PICTURES
$4.49
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NGC PF65 1953 SILVER PROOF Roosevelt Dime GORGEOUS COIN MUST SEE
$49.99
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1892 P BARBER SILVER DIME IN GOOD CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$8.75
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1899 P BARBER SILVER DIME IN GOOD CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$4.00
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1904 P BARBER SILVER DIME IN GOOD CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$5.00
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1910 P BARBER SILVER DIME IN VERY FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$10.99
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1911 D BARBER SILVER DIME IN VERY FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$4.99
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1957 P ROOSEVELT SILVER DIME TYPE IN BU MS CONDITION A 26 15 SEE PICTURES
$5.99
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1955 P Brilliant Uncirculated Roosevelt Dime See Photo Scarce
$4.95
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1861 10c Seated Liberty Dime VF+ See Pictures
$19.95
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646 CANADA 800 SILVER DIMES 385 TrOz Actual Silver Wt SEE IMAGES NO RSRV
$615.00
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1906 BARBER SILVER DIME IN GOOD A 1 CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.49
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1923P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN EXTRA FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$6.99
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1936 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.99
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1940 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.99
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1940 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN VERY FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.99
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1946 D Brilliant Uncirculated Roosevelt Dime See Pics
$5.39
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1941 P MERCURY SILVER DIME IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$2.99
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22 BARBER DIMES FOR SALE 99 AUCTION SEE DATES
$21.50
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1946 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1947 roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1948 roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1948 S roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1950 roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1951 roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1953 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1953 S roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1957 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1958 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1959 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1960 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade see scan and you judge
$1.65
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1982 D roosevelt dime lower ms grade hard date to ge see scan and you judge
$0.99
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1943 S MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.49
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1943 P MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN VERY FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.49
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1945 D MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$2.99
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1945 S MERCURY SILVER DIMES IN FINE CONDITION SEE PICTURES
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1947 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 730
$3.39
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1946 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 729
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1946 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 728
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1953 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 736
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1956 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 745
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 742
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 738
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 739
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 744
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1956 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 748
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1957 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 747
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 741
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1956 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 746
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1957 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 752
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1957 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 754
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1947 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 731
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 737
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1957 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 753
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1953 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 735
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 743
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1954 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 740
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1953 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 734
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1956 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 749
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1957 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 751
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1951 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 733
$3.39
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1956 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 750
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1947 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 732
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1959 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 760
$3.39
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1964 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 765
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1959 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 757
$3.39
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1959 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 756
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1960 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 761
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1964 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 763
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1959 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 759
$3.39
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1964 Roosevelt Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 764
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1941 Mercury Dime see pictures for exact coin 90 silver 790
$3.39
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OBW 1962 P ROOSEVELT SILVER DIME ORIGINAL BANK WRAPPED ROLLVERY NICE L
$125.15
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1906 BARBER SILVER DIME IN GOOD A 22 CONDITION SEE PICTURES
$3.49
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1944D BU almost FSB silver Mercury dime see store for more coins 1944 D 1944 D
$13.99
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1944S AU silver Mercury dime see store for more coins 1944 S 1944 S
$7.99
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1945 S MERCURY SILVER DIME IN VERY GOOD CONDITION B 1 15 SEE PICTURES
$2.49
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Silver & Gold as Money

     Since time begin, when Gold and Silver were first discovered and taken out of "mother earth", they have been the legal tender in almost every country.  That is until about 150 years ago when someone got the idea of replacing the Silver and gold coinage with paper money and certificates.  It happened even earlier when some despot collected these metals from their people and gave them worthless paper money with the promise of paying them back.

     At first the Gold and Silver was stashed in their respective palaces, castles or caves.  But as time went on, more of these metals were mined and there wasn't anymore room in the Inn to store them.  So, they were minted into coins.  One example was in Rome.  At first the coins contained pure Silver and gold.  but as time passed and inflation set in, the coins were minted with less and less of these metals.  Finally toward the end of The Roman Empire, the coins that the Caesar minted had less than 5% Silver and Gold content. 

     The United States printed the first paper money during the "Revolutionary War", but gave up afterward and went back to Gold and Silver coinage. About the time of the "Civil War", paper money was printed again.  Both the North and South printed paper money.  It was much easier to carry and it didn't jingle in the pocket.  These "greenbacks" soon became known as Silver and Gold Certificates.  Until 1933, our currency remained a paper currency redeemable in Gold or silver.

     Then in 1933, President Roosevelt signed his Executive Order 6102 which forbade the owning of Gold.  Gold had to be turned into the government and they received about $20 an ounce.  The U.S government then turned around and revalued Gold at $35 an ounce.  In a small way, this helped the government in the "Great Depression"?

     Nothing was done about the "white" metal known as Silver.  In fact the government kept minting Silver coinage until 1964.  Then Silver too became too costly.  Back then, some Silver coins were: The Roosevelt Dime 1946-1964, the Winged Liberty Head "Mercury" Dime 1916-1945, the Liberty Head "Barber" Dime 1892-1916, and an assortment of quarters, Half dollars and Silver dollars which contained about 90% Silver.

     In 1965, maybe because of Vietnam, the various minted U.S. coins contained only 70% and then only 40%.  President Nixon removed us from the Silver Standard completely.  Now our coins contain not even a trace of silver and have very little intrinsic value.  Some of the new coins are just nice to look at.

     There are still some coins that have a lot of pure Gold and Silver in them and they are real currency.  Visit the Numisnetwork site below and see for yourself.  You might even start a business with these top graded coins from around the world.

     One word of advice, stay away from all those fake coin offers on television and in the media.  One for example, is a 14 Karat Gold plated replica of the "American Buffalo".  It contains a very small amout of gold with a value of about $2.50 and you can buy these pieces of junk for $19.95 plus S&H and tax.  Get the real McCoy!

     Email me for more information!

 

    

 

About the Author

I am 72!  I lived and worked in West Germany for 27 years.  I have been involved in network marketing, off and on for about 15 years.  I have a blog which relates a little of my life, my thoughts and opinions.  There are a lot of photos too!

My blog: www.ANobodyIsSomebody.com

You too can buy, sell and save at: www.numisnetwork.com/petermolsen

This is network marketing in the purest form.  The coins are MS(mint safe)70 graded and certified.  This is the highest grade for numismatic coins.  They are the ideal present for weddings, birthdays and many more occasions.  They are the coins you want to collect and save for you kids and grandkids too!   "Coins are Cool!" 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Are you smart enough to solve this puzzle?

Okay everyone lets see if you can figure out this puzzle, I've made it really hard, therefore only the smartest in all of Yahoo Answers (if even them) will be able to figure it out. :)

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In a room are several sacks of silver pieces (at least three sacks). Each sack contains several silver pieces (at least as many as the number of sacks). One sack, however, is full of artifical silver and they weigh differently.

The solid silver pieces weigh one pound (i.e., 1 lb.) EACH and the artifical silver pieces weigh 1 lb., 1 oz. EACH.

You have a penny (or dime) scale but you have only one penny (or dime). Thus, you can only weigh once.

So the question is: Which sack contains the artifical silver?
sorry, I wasnt the one who actually wrote it, so it may be hard to understand in parts. But I found it to really interesting so I thought I would pass on the fun to you guys - lol


Answer:

Umm , , , you put two pieces from different bags on the scale. If one weighs more, it's the fake silver. If they balance on the scale the other bag has the fake silver.

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