1937 U.S. 10¢ - Mercury Dime - NGC MS66
- Grading Service: Numismatic Guaranty Corporation - NGC
- Grade: Mint State 66 - MS66
- Certification: 266683
- Country: United States
- Type: Standard Circulation Coin
- Years: 1916-1945
- Mint: United States Mint - Philadelphia (1792-Date)
- Denomination: 10 Cents
- Currency: United States Dollar (1785-Date)
- Composition: .900 Silver
- Diameter: 17.9mm
- Weight: 2.5g
- Edge: Reeded
- Mintage: 56,865,756
- Obverse: An allegory of Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap (freedom of thought) is surrounded with the word "LIBERTY" and accompanied with the motto: "IN GOD WE TRUST"
- Reverse: A fasces mixed with an olive branch shows both that the United States is prepared for the war and its desire for peace. It is accompanied with the motto "E • PLURIBUS UNUM" and surrounded with the face value and the lettering "UNITED • STATES • OF • AMERICA", with the mintmark to the right of "ONE"
- Reference: KM# 140, Schön# 133
- We believe this coin to be of Premium Quality!
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