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Denomination: $0.10 U.S. Dollar
Designer: John R. Sinnock (1946)
Diameter: 17.91 mm (0.705 inches)
Edge: Reeded
Thickness: 1.35 mm (0.053 inches)
Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Silver Content: 0.07234 Troy Ounce
Total Weight: 2.5 grams
Date Minted Location Quantity Minted Notes
1946 Philadelphia 255,250,000
1946 D Denver 61,043,500
1946 S San Francisco 27,900,000
1947 Philadelphia 121,520,000
1947 D Denver 46,835,000
1947 S San Francisco 34,840,000
1948 Philadelphia 74,950,000
1948 D Denver 52,841,000
1948 S San Francisco 35,520,000
1949 Philadelphia 30,940,000
1949 D Denver 26,034,000
1949 S San Francisco 13,510,000
1950 Philadelphia 50,130,114
1950 D Denver 46,803,000
1950 S San Francisco 20,440,000
1951 Philadelphia 103,880,102
1951 D Denver 56,529,000
1951 S San Francisco 31,630,000
1952 Philadelphia 99,040,093
1952 D Denver 122,100,000
1952 S San Francisco 44,419,500
1953 Philadelphia 53,490,120
1953 D Denver 136,433,000
1953 S San Francisco 39,180,000
1954 Philadelphia 114,010,203
1954 D Denver 106,397,000
1954 S San Francisco 22,860,000
1955 Philadelphia 12,450,181
1955 D Denver 13,959,000
1955 S San Francisco 18,510,000
1956 Philadelphia 108,640,000
1956 D Denver 108,015,100
1957 Philadelphia 160,160,000
1957 D Denver 113,354,330
1958 Philadelphia 31,910,000
1958 D Denver 136,564,600
1959 Philadelphia 85,780,000
1959 D Denver 164,919,790
1960 Philadelphia 70,390,000
1960 D Denver 200,160,400
1961 Philadelphia 93,730,000
1961 D Denver 209,146,550
1962 Philadelphia 72,450,000
1962 D Denver 334,948,380
1963 Philadelphia 123,650,000
1963 D Denver 421,476,530
1964 Philadelphia 929,360,000
1964 D Denver 1,357,517,180

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