2007 Dime D

If you are looking for a rare 2007 Dime D, you’ve come to the right place. These coins can bring you high prices, and you can even sell them on Amazon! The United States Mint minted 1,042 million dimes in 2007. The dime contains 10% silver and is worth its face value. The 2007 Dime D is made with a clad material, a combination of copper and nickel. There’s also an inner core made of solid copper. A 2007 Roosevelt dime is worth its face value, so be sure to buy one before it’s too late.

The back of the coin has the words United States of America, One Dime, and E pluribus unum. It also features a lit torch in the center. A wreath and an olive branch are on either side, while an oak branch and an olive branch can be found on either side. John Sinnock, the chief engraver at the Mint, designed the 2007 dime D. A coin that has an olive branch on one side is worth $0.10, while a 2007 dime d is worth $2.50 or more.