All of the No S mint mark varieties are proof coins only and the 1982 No P is the lone exception because it is a business strike and can be found in change.

In 1980 the Philadelphia Mint begin adding a P mint mark to all denominations besides cents (Only 2017-P Lincoln Cents have the P mint mark), so any coin before 1980 without a mint is normal and struck at the Philadelphia Mint, unless the coin is a proof without an S.

**1968 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof Value**

This is referred to as FS-501 die variety and must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just above the date.

The 1968 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof Value value in PR68 is $18,000 and they tend to rise with grade, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1970 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof**

The No S must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just above the date.

The 1970 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof** **value in PR68 is $1,300 and they tend to rise with grade, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1971 No S Jefferson Nickel Proof**

This variety coin must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just below the date.

The 1971 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof** **value in PR68 is $2,800 and they tend to rise with grade, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1975 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof (Most Rare)**

This coin must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just above the date.

The 1975 No S Jefferson Nickel Proof** **value in is $250,000 and should be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1982 No P Roosevelt Dime Business Strike**

This is referred to as FS-502 and is the only business strike coin known with a not mint mark variety. All others are missing and S and must be proof finish coins.

The 1982 No P Roosevelt Dime Proof** **value in worth $50+ in circulated condition and $200+ in uncirculated grades, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1983 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof**

This No S must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just above the date.

The 1983 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof** **value in PR68 is $600 and they tend to rise with grade, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.

**1990 No S Lincoln Cent Proof**

This is referred to as FS-101 die variety and must be a proof (PR or PF) and proofs come in sealed plastic cases with the half dollar, quarter, nickel and cent. The mint mark should be located just above the date.

The 1990 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof** **value in PR68 is $3,000 and they tend to rise with grade, but must be certified by a reputable grading service. If found raw and in a proof set than the value will be less.