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Likely because of the Great Depression, which took hold in 1930, no dimes were struck at Denver that year. The 1931-D mintage is the lowest of any post-1921 issue, and Denver again omitted dime coinage in 1932 and 1933. The 1929-D mintage is just above 5 million pieces and at a typical level for branch mint issues from the 1920s, although the lowest mintage at Denver between 1934 and 1945, the 1938-D, is more than half a million pieces greater than the 1929-D.
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