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What is a 1969 dime?

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A coin minted in 1969 is known as a Roosevelt dime, named in honor of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Roosevelt dime was commissioned in 1946, the year Roosevelt died. As of 2014, the Roosevelt dime is still the official 10-cent coin in circulation in the United States.

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The original Roosevelt dimes were 90 percent silver and were in production from 1946 to 1964. The composition was then changed to a blend of copper and nickel, which applies to the 1969 dime. The total number of dimes produced in 1969 was 145,790,000. According to CoinTrackers.com, the value of the coin in 2014 ranges from 10 cents to $2, depending on condition and whether or not it has been circulated.

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