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The final three years of Barber Dime production at Denver saw mintages in the 11 million coin range each year. It was reported that there was a shortage of dimes in the East in 1911, and thus additional silver was purchased and delivered to the Denver Mint for increased production. The mintage for the year totaled 11,209,000 dimes in Denver.
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