Franklin D. Roosevelt’s portrait graces the obverse of this popular coin which has been minted from 1946 to the present. Roosevelt Dimes have been stuck in Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point.
The design of the Roosevelt Dime has remained the same although the composition changed from ninety percent silver thru 1964 to clad regular issues from 1965 with some silver proofs starting in 1992.
The 1996-W Roosevelt Dime is the only Roosevelt Dime struck with the West Point mint mark and was only available in the 1996 Mint Set.
A vibrant silver-white core with bright neon burnt-orange, lavender and deep-green peripheral toning. Fantastic quality and wonderful eye appeal. PCGS has graded 12 at this level and none higher.
A white core with multi-colored "Mint Set" toning developing towards the rim.
Incredibly intense blast white luster with rich peripheral russet toning. Spectacular eye appeal!
Vibrant white luster with nicely frosted design features.
No 'S'. A blast white example of this rare dime! Only two other examples have graded Proof-70 at NGC.