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Mercury Head Dime Collection 1916-1945

Wondering the value of this incomplete collection? The coins appear to be in pretty rough shape...

Category: 
Coins and Currency
Condition: 
Poor
Medium: 
Silver
Distinguishing marks: 
Mercury Head Dimes
Date Period: 
1916-1945
History: 
This collection is a part of my late grandfather's that he had given me when I was younger.
For Sale?: 
Yes

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Thomas Gordyn's picture

These coins are 90 % silver and have a melt value around $1.10 but to some collectors maybe more valuable. The 1916 D dime can go for $300 - $400 ... If you have coins in VF condition they can get a premium.

http://cointrackers.com/Mercury-Head-Dime.php

https://www.pcgs.com/prices/priceguidedetail.aspx?c=703&title=mercury+dime

Thanks for sharing  ... very cool collection ... 

Respectfully ... Thomas J. Gordyn Certified Professional Antique Appraiser - AIOA        Proud Gold Member of The American Numismatic Association. 

Coin was minted between 1916 and 1945, these coins are 90% silver so the melt value* for a Mercury Dime is currently $1.10, but the coins may be worth more to a collector. The 1916 D's are worth between $300 to $400 as they were minted in limited quantity.

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