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Originally posted by Byrd
It means that people go around losing small change... and the dime is the smallest (in size) coin that we have. More likely to get dropped than larger coins.
Originally posted by GENERAL EYES
reply to post by cardsharp
Does anyone know the significance of the imagery on the tail side of the United States ten cent?
Mr. Sinnock also designed the reverse of this coin: a torch signifying Liberty, with an olive branch on the left signifying Peace, and an oak branch on the right, signifying Strength and Independence.