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Silver Mercury Dimes

Silver Mercury Dimes

A silver dime (also known as a mercury dime) is a rare American ten-cent coin that was minted between 1916 and 1945 made entirely of silver. Silver dimes are imprinted with the bust of a winged liberty on one side (reminiscent of the Roman god Mercury - thus the name "mercury dime") and are carried or used in mojo bags for good luck, or to draw money, or as a protective amulet against being cursed

Silver Dime Uses: Good luck with gambling and other games of chanceDrawing money and prosperityProtection against cursing
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