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Two Irradiated U.S. Silver Dimes from the American Museum of Atomic Energy

Item Details

Two Irradiated U.S. Silver Dimes from the American Museum of Atomic Energy. The museum is now called American Museum of Science and Industry and resides in Oak Ridge, TN. Lot contains a 1926 Mercury silver dime and a 1953 Roosevelt silver dime. Dimes are composed of 90% silver. Coins are in a special aluminum case.

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Condition

- light oxidation to the Roosevelt dime, previously circulated.

Dimensions

4.0" W x 4.0" H x 4.0" D

- measures shipping box.

Item #

ITMG697357

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