Whether you stand with the old guard name "Winged Liberty Dime", the colloquial "Battle Ax Dime" or the widely used "Mercury Dime" tag, this series of ten-cent silver coins has certainly earned its place in history. Circulated from 1916-1945, the Mercury Dime series saw our great nation through some tough times, beginning with WWI, then proceeding through "Prohibition" and the "Great Depression" and finally to the end of WWII. Avoid the process of hunting for these 90% silver coins one by one, by capturing this 1916-1945 Mercury Dime complete run of (79) different date/mintmark coins, including a 1945 "Micro S" example.
The (3) key coins of this set are professionally certified, with: 1916-D PCGS VG10; 1921 PCGS VF20; and 1921-D NGC F12.
The balance of (76) dimes are housed in a deluxe Dansco album with slipcase, with oldest coins dating from 1916-1929 presenting in average circulated grades of GD to FN, with several better; and the coins from the 1930s-1940s range (FN to XF+) with a few lesser.