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|The 1943 Mercury Dime was originally known as the Winged Liberty Dime. It came to be known as the Mercury Dime due to the resemblance of young Liberty to the Roman God Mercury. Minted from 1916 to 1945, this 1943 Mercury Dime is made from 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Designed by Adolph Weinman, this silver coin has a bundle of sticks with an axe to denote the on going war on the reverse side. In addition, the reverse side of this Mercury Dime also has an olive branch depicting peace and victory. Also inscribed on the back of this silver coin are the words “E Pluribus Unum.”|
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|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 140|
|Coin Name||Mercury Dime|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Mint Location||Denver, Philadelphia, San Francisco|
|General Note||All specimens listed as -65FSB are for fully struck MS-65 coins with fully split and rounded horizontal bands on the fasces.|
|Actual Weight (oz.)||0.072|
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