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I found a 2010 Roosevelt dime. The back side of the dime is gold, not tarnished. The dime looks gold plated on one side. Is this worth anything? Thanks for your help!!!

Hi Beth,

If your coin is gold plated on one side, then that is something that would have happened after the coin left the mint, and would have no collector value.

However, if it is really a copper color, it is possible that one side of the coin blank did not get its outer coating.  If so, this could be worth $5 or more -- first hand examination by an expert would be required.  Try checking the ANA's website for listings of dealers in your area :

I hope this helps,


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