What does not a dime's worth of difference mean?
"There is not a dime's worth of difference between the Democrat and Republican Parties!"
Alabama Governor George Wallace, candidate for President, 1968
Can be taken to mean that what are presented as very different approaches to an issue turn out, in the end, to have nearly identical results.
Depends. First, I'm assuming you mean a dime folder (one where you put in the dimes in holes and not just a generic book about dimes) ' Secondly, does it have coins in it? The folder itself is worth only about $3 if brand-new and is worth about 50 cents if used. But any value comes from the coins themselves. A coin within a Whitman album is worth the same as a coin not in…