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Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office in April 1945, a month before the Nazi surrender and a half year before the end of World War II. Unlike Lincoln, who was shot a week after Appomattox Courthouse, FDR did not live to see the end of the war. He might have known that victory was imminent, though. In 1946, the United States Mint issued the Roosevelt Dime in 90% silver and it has remained a favorite with coin collectors every since.

The composition of Modern Roosevelt Dimes changed in 1965 to copper-nickel clad and are still minted today. There is a lot for coin collectors to add to their collections. There are proof Roosevelt Dimes, silver proof dimes, and uncirculated dimes. Most Modern Roosevelt Dimes are within reach of casual coin collectors and should be collected in high grade. NGC and PCGS certified Roosevelt Dimes are often in stock at this rare coin dealer and provide coin collectors with a way to collect dimes with conditional rarity.

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