1942 dime worth?
1942 is a common date for dimes. It's worth a little over $2.
Answer . 1942 is not a rare date for Mercury dimes. In circulated condition, it has about 75 cents worth of silver in it. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $5
So many Mercury dimes were made from 1940 to 1945 regardless of date or any mintmarks that most are only valued for the silver, about $2.00
The value is $3 if it is in mint condition. $2 if circulated.
This is a very common date for Mercury dimes. If it has any wear at all the value is for the silver, about $2.00.
How much a 1942 Canadian dime is worth depends on its condition.You can expect to fetch between 3.20 US dollars and 24 US dollarsfor such a coin.
That's not a mint mark. It's the monogram of the designer A.A. Weinmann. The West Point Mint did not open until the 1980s and only strikes commemorative coins and cents. If… your coin has a mint mark it will be on the back near the word ONE. Blank = Phila, D = Denver, S = San Francisco. Regardless of mint mark it's worth about $1 for its silver content.
It has a picture of Liberty with a winged helmet on the obverse ("heads") side and an bundle of sticks with an axe on the reverse ("tails") side.
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1942 is not a scarce date for dimes from any of the 3 mints. In average condition it's worth 80Â¢ to $1 for its silver content. A nice uncirculated one might retail for $3 o…r so.
It ranges from $1.50 to $400.
W is the initial of A. A. Weinman. The mint mark is on the back. Please see the related question for more.
1942 is a very common date, most are valued just for the silver, about $1.25
In Coins and Paper Money
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In US Coins
A 1942 Mercury silver dime could be worth between $2.00 and $30.00 depending on its condition and grade.
In US Coins
The year is very common for Mercury dimes, regardless of any mintmarks retail value is $2.00-$3.00 in circulated condition.
In British Coins
Such a coin does not exist. A "dime" is the slang term for a US 10 cent coin. The Royal Mint has never produced "dimes" or 10 cent coins.
In US Coins
It is the faces, which is a bundle of wooden rods with an axe in it. It is a symbol from ancient Rome which symbolized power along with authority. Ironically, this symbol was …used by the fascist movement which was sweeping Europe at that time, so while the US had it on their dime, they were fighting dictators which had embraced it as a symbol.