The same Latin phrase is on EVERY U.S. coin - E Pluribus Unum, meaning "From Many, One". It refers to the fact that the U.S. is one country made up of many states and people.
You did look at other coins to see if they had the same phrase, I assume - ??
The oak branch on the back of the dime has a collective meaning with the olive branch and torch. Together they mean peace, strength and liberty.
It was minted in Denver
there is nickel-back and there is a play type called Dime but I'm not sure if there is a position dime-back
It means to invent something, such as a phrase or saying. It also means to create a coin, like a dime or penny.
As you can see by checking the back of a dime in your pocket change, the back side of a dime doesn't show the picture of a person. Please see the Related Questions for more.
On the back of the dime, there is an olive branch and an oak branch.
A dime is equal to 10 cents.
It means it's a nickel, the "V" is the Roman numeral 5
The dime shows the Bluenose Schooner in full sail.
There's no dime called a "wheat dime". There are the famous wheat CENTS, of course, that carry the images of two wheat ears on the back, but a 1901 dime has a wreath on the back and is frequently called a Barber dime after its designer Charles Barber.
There's no dime called a "wheat dime". There are the famous wheat CENTS, of course, that carry the images of two wheat ears on the back, but a 1910 dime has a wreath on the back and is frequently called a Barber dime after its designer Charles Barber.
Rat/Snitch/Narc/drop the dime/tell.
kick her in the muff
A Dime is a nice looking chick (girl).
No one appears on the back of a dime, but on currently circulating dimes, Franklin D. Roosevelt appears on the front.
A 3 cent piece has III on reverse. It is the same size as a dime 17.9mm. An 1866 with a star on obverse will bring a nice amount of $$$ depending on condition.
The expression "a dime a dozen" means that something is commonly available.
There is a wreath with the words "ONE DIME" within the wreath. It is known as a Barber dime being named after its designer, Charles Barber.
The 1937 Mercury Dime has the place where it was minted and the phrase 'One Dime'. It also has a picture of a fasces from the Ancient Roman world.
you tell me where
he still wants you back
Nope. You have a novelty item made by cutting apart a penny and a dime, then hollowing out the back of the penny and popping the dime-half into it like the lid on a sandwich box.
The Canadian dime shows a sailing boat on the back. Edit by Lucy Goosey: It's actually the Bluenose, a famous Canadian schooner.
Number 1 , don't get back at them! Be nice, i mean yelling is okay, but not getting back at them. Never be too mean