1941–1945-PDS Mercury Dime 15-pc Set Fine

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World War II Mercury Dime Mint Mark Set

One of the most classic designs in U.S. coin history is the Mercury Dime, so named for Liberty’s resemblance to the mythical god of commerce. Designed by Adolph A. Weinman on the precipice of World War I, the coin’s design was said to represent “Freedom of Thought” — a freedom that emboldened us as we fought against the Axis Powers in World War II.

This 15-coin set brings together every mint mark of Mercury Dime struck between 1941 and 1945, including coins from the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints. Each coin comes in Fine or better condition, with the entire set housed together in a hard acrylic holder with a spot for each coin. What’s more, it also features the last Mercury Dimes ever issued as the series came to an end when it was replaced by the Roosevelt Dime in 1946.

In the century since it was first issued, the Mercury Dime has gone on to become one of America’s most beloved coins. In addition to its iconic design of Lady Liberty with a winged Phrygian cap that makes her look like the Roman god Mercury, the coin’s reverse depicts a fasces symbolizing unity and strength, and an olive branch, signifying peace. Designed by famed German-born American sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, the image was so popular that when the U.S. Mint struck its first Palladium Eagle coin in 2017 it selected Weinman’s design!

Don’t miss out; secure one of these 1941–1945-PDS Mercury Dime 15-Piece Sets for your collection right now!

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC DESIGN – The Mercury Dime features the iconic image of Lady Liberty with a winged Phrygian cap that makes her look like the Roman god Mercury. Designed by Adolph A. Weinman, the image was so popular that when the U.S. Mint struck its first Palladium Eagle coin in 2017 it selected Weinman’s design!
  • STRUCK IN HIGHLY-PURE SILVER – Mercury Dimes were struck in 2.5 grams of highly pure 90% fine silver and measure 17.9 mm in diameter.
  • UNITED STATES LEGAL TENDER—The Mercury Dime was 10 cents legal tender in the United States at a time when a dime could purchase a Superman comic book, a loaf of bread or two bottles of Coca-Cola.
  • FINE CONDITION – Each coin in your 1941–1945-PDS Mercury Dime 15-Piece Set will come in Fine (F) condition with sharp lettering and moderate but even wear.

This unique 1941–1945-PDS Mercury Dime 15-Piece Set features every date and mint mark from the World War II years. Order yours today!

Year of Issue 1945, 1944, 1943, 1942, 1941, 1940
Country United States
Composition Silver
Grade F
Mint Name Denver - D, Philadelphia - P, San Francisco - S
Coin Weight 2.5 Grams - g