Roosevelt Dime


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Roosevelt Dime

A coin minted by the United States starting in 1946. It is worth 1/10 of one dollar. It features a portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt on the obverse.
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Charlottesville, VA (9/11 --11/7) Highlights include jug band Roosevelt Dime (10/17) and circus-style spectacle MarchFourth
From the Lincoln cent in 1909, through the Jefferson nickel in 1938, Roosevelt dime in 1946, Washington quarter in 1932, Kennedy half in 1964 (after a brief interlude for Ben Franklin, 1948-1963), and the Eisenhower dollar in 1971, America deified its favored sons.
More than 1,200 "Money Talks" programs have aired, with topics ranging from how the Roosevelt dime helped find a cure for polio to how placing Caesar's portrait on Roman coins led to his assassination.
The prize is a cash award of $250,000 and a silver medal in the design of the Roosevelt dime, honoring President Franklin D.
wants Congress to waste millions putting Ronald Reagan's face on the Roosevelt dime.
It also contains proof versions of the Lincoln penny, the Roosevelt dime, the Kennedy half-dollar and the Golden Dollar featuring Sacagawea plus two new nickels honoring the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The prize includes a cash award of $250,000 and a silver medal in the design of the Roosevelt dime, honoring President Franklin D.
Supporters were able to sign a giant Franklin Delano Roosevelt dime recalling the history of the March of Dimes that also reached four other major cities including Los Angeles, Washington, D.
The March of Dimes Prize is a cash award of $250,000 and a silver medal in the design of the Roosevelt dime, in honor of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who founded the March of Dimes.
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