United States coinage from 1796 up to 1964 were minted using 90% pure silver and 10% copper. Coin collectors and investors wishing to add to their collections, or diversify their portfolios, can use junk silver as a hedge against inflation, by investing in 90% silver coinage.
Whether you are well seasoned long time investor, or you are just beginning to start a collection, investing in junk 90% silver dimes can be a great way to invest in the silver market. Buying junk 90% dimes is a fantastic way to preserve your buying power in an economically unstable environment, essentially protecting your assets against inflation with the US dollar losing value daily.
Start your collection today by buying Barber dimes issued from 1892 to 1916 with numismatic value as well as precious metal content. These coins were named after Charles E. Barber, the chief engraver of the US Mint from 1879 to 1917. Barber dimes were largely circulated and are available for purchase in bulk or as little as $1 face bags
Barber dimes were replaced by the Mercury Dime in 1916, officially named the Liberty Dime and continued through 1945. The design on the obverse shows the profile of Lady Liberty wearing a winged cap, a representation of liberty and freedom that symbolizes freedom of thought. The image resembled the goddess Mercury, helping this iconic silver coin earn the name “Mercury Dime”. The reverse bears an image of a fasces with an olive branch, as a symbol of America’s readiness for war and the country’s desire for peace simultaneously. This was considered one of the most beautifully designed US coins, created by Adolph A. Weinman who also designed the Walking Liberty half dollar. The Roosevelt dime, minted after the death of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt replaced the Mercury Dime, minted from 1946 to 1964.
Buy junk 90% silver coins from a trusted coin dealer. Provident Metals carries a wide selection of junk 90% silver Barber, Roosevelt and Mercury dimes at a competitive price you can afford on any budget.
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