What is a 1965 Canadian silver dime worth?
It current silver prices 1.19 USD. However it will be difficult to determine an exact collectors price without seeing the coin itself.
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Answer $9,000 to $20,000 at auction, IF it's a true silver error.ANACS has validated the existence of a few 1965 and 1966 dimesstruck on leftover silver blanks, similar to the way a few 1943cents were struck on bronze planchets. Check the edge of your coin. It should show the same copper core asall… other current circulation dimes, in which case it's worth onlyface value. If it doesn't show a copper edge it could be plated.The best way to tell is to have the coin weighed on a sensitivescale. A genuine silver dime, if it were to exist, would weigh 2.5gm while a plated copper-nickel dime would weigh about 2.3 gm. (MORE)
There are unconfirmed reports of a few 1965 dimes that were struckon leftover silver blanks, similar to the way some 1943 cents werestruck on bronze blanks.. IF one exists, it would bevaluable because it would have been struck in a metal that had notbeen used in dimes for well over a year. When t…he price of silver started to rise in the early 1960s coinsstarted to become worth more for their metal content than theirface value. People were hoarding silver coins and selling them tometal dealers who would melt them. You could buy a $10 roll ofquarters at a bank and sell it for $20 (or even more) to a metaldealer, for example! As a result the government was taking a losson every coin minted and there were serious shortages of coins formaking change. To stop the losses the decision was made in early 1965 to makecoins out of the copper-nickel "sandwich" material that's now usedin all dimes, quarters, and halves. For a while in 1965 the Mintsstruck 1964-dated coins out of silver while the new metals werebeing prepared, so there is the possibility some silver blanks gotmixed in with copper-nickel ones. (MORE)
1965 US dimes do not contain any silver. All circulation dimes andquarters from 1965 on, and halves from 1971 on, are struck on aso-called "sandwich" metal consisting of an inner core of purecopper and two outer layers of cupronickel alloy. If you can seethe copper core on the edge of your coin (lik…e all of the otherdimes in your pocket) it is a normal circulation issue worth onlyface value. If you can't see the copper core but the coin weighs the same as anormal dime, it was probably plated outside of the mint and isstill only worth 10 cents, I'm afraid. If you cannot see the copper core on the edges, the first testwould be weight. Have a jeweler weigh it and see if it is closer to2.5 gm (silver) or 2.27 gm (clad copper). A very small number of1965 dimes struck on leftover 1964 silver blanks have beenauthenticated, but no new ones have been found in years. Note that silver and copper do not stick to a magnet. Pure nickelis magnetic, but U.S nickels, dimes, quarters, and halves areactually at least 75% copper - not enough nickel to stick to amagnet. The magnet test only applies to 1943 "copper" cents, asmost of them were copper-plated 1943 steel cents, which would stickto a magnet. (MORE)
I recently purchased a 1946 Roosevelt dime on eBay for about $4, plus shipping and handling of about $2.50. It was a beautiful coin, with little or no wear. It may or may not have been in circulation, but if it was in circulation, it was not for long. If the coin had been showing a lot of wear and t…ear, with scratches and gouges in it, the value would have been no more than about $1. Silver dimes and silver quarters, like the silver half-dollars dated 1964 and earlier, contain 90% silver. Silver dollars dated 1935 and earlier are also 90% silver . The only pure (99.99%) silver coins are the modern "silver American eagles" that are silver dollars dating from about 1988 to the present. You should check with the professional numismatists about silver content and coin values. They can be found on the Internet easily. Go to eBay to bid on coins! Silver Eagles were minted from 1986. (MORE)
There are no reports of 1965 dimes being struck on old silver blanks used in 1964 and earlier. All dimes dated 1965 and later are made of copper and nickel. Any dime made in 1965 that appears to be silver is almost certainly plated, maybe for use in jewelry or as a novelty item. In any case a gen…uine silver dime is heavier (6.25 gm) than a copper-nickel dime (5.67 gm) so a good scale will tell you if a coin was plated. (MORE)
It is worth about 2 dollars for the silver content. However, depending on the date, mintmark, and condition it will be worth more.
They have a minimum value of $2.35 for there silver content. Without a date is impossible to tell the exact value. Ask a new question but structure it like this to get the best available answer: "What is the value of a ?".
No such coin exists. 1964 was the last year for silver dimes, and silver proof sets wouldn't be issued until 1992. If you look at the edge of your coin you should see a copper line running through it. This is because the coin is copper-nickel, a silver coin does not have this line because it is not …clad, but rather an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. (MORE)
The 1911 US Barber dime is a common coin. A coin in average condition is $2.00-$5.00
The 1941 Mercury dime is very common, most are valued at $2.00 just for the silver.
Country-----Denomination -----Ruler/Type-----Period----------Size Canada-----1 Dollar--------------Elizabeth II---1953-Now------26.72mm-36.06mm Weight----------------------Composition-------------------------------------------------Edge 7.0-23.3g (1952-67)-----.8000 Silver with Copper, (1968…-86) 99% Nickel-----Reeded Varieties exist for this particular silver dollar. 1965-----Get Values Var. 1, small beads pt. 5 (7,863,885) XF-40-----AU-50-----MS-60----MS-63-----MS-64------MS-65-----PL-65 $3.90-----$4.23-----$4.55-----$7.80-----$39.00-----$97.50-----$4.55 1965 Get Values Var. 2, small beads bl. 5 (7,863,885) XF-40-----AU-50-----MS-60------MS-63------MS-64-----MS-65------PL-65 $3.90-----$4.23-----$4.55$-----$7.80-------$39.00----$97.50-----$97.50 1965 Get Values Var. 3, large beads bl. 5 (7,863,885) XF-40 AU-50 MS-60 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 PL-65 $3.90 $6.50 $8.45 $14.95 $48.75 $110.50 $91.00 1965 Get Values Var. 4, large beads pt. 5 (7,863,885) XF-40 AU-50 MS-60 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 PL-65 $3.90 $6.50 $8.45 $14.95 $48.75 $110.50 $91.00 1965 Get Values Var. 5, Med. beads pt. 5 (7,863,885) XF-40 AU-50 MS-60 MS-63 MS-64 MS-65 $6.50 $7.80 $9.75 $26.00 $97.50 $260.00 firstname.lastname@example.org 7-1-2009 (MORE)
About $1 for the silver content unless it is a proof or very high-grade uncirculated coin.
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.
There were two types of dimes minted in 1968. One version is 50%silver and is currently worth 75 cents. The other version is 100%nickel and is worth 10 cents. The easiest way to tell the two apartis that the nickel version is magnetic, and the silver is not.
A circulated 1939 US dime is worth about $2.70. An uncirculated US1939 dime is worth between $9.00 and $20.00.
At this point the price of silver is so high that nearly all 1964 and earlier Roosevelt dimes are worth more as scrap metal than as collectibles - about $1.50 each. The only exception is a 1949-S, which retails for $1.75 to $3 depending on condition.
If you're referring to a 1965 American dime, none. All 1965 and later US dimes and quarters, and 1971 and laterhalves, are made of a 3-layer "sandwich" containing only copper andnickel. They don't contain any silver, so they don't have any extravalue unless you have an uncirculated or proof coin in… its originalpackaging. If you're referring to a 1965 Canadian dime, it contains 1.864 gmof silver. These coins weighed 2.33 gm and were 80% silver. (MORE)
More information is needed. Mint Mark and condition, if known, are important factors in determining a coins value. A 1929 Dime can be worth from $2.32 up to as much as $28.00 dependent on the factors listed above.
6-23-11>>> 1943 is not a rare date for Mercury dimes, most are valued only for the silver, about $2.00
There is no such thing (well, there are a few records of '65 dimes being struck on silver planchets) the last silver dime was dated 1964, all 1965 dimes are copper-nickel.
Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, the 1911 US Barber dime is a common coin. A coin in average condition is $3.00-$5.00.
2000-present 1.75 g 18.03 mm 92.0% steel, 5.5% copper, 2.5% nickel plating 1979-1999 2.075 g 18.03 mm 99.9% nickel 1969-1978 2.07 g 18.03 mm 99.9% nickel 1968 2.07 g. 2.33 g. 18.03 mm. 18.034 mm. 99.9% nickel (172.5M). 50% silver, 50% copper (70.4M). 1967 2.33 g 18.034 mm 50% silver, 50% coppe…r (30.6M). 80% silver, 20% copper (32.3M). 1920-1966 2.33 g 18.034 mm 80% silver, 20% copper 1910-1919 2.33 g 18.034 mm 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper 1858-1910 2.32 g 18.034 mm 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper (MORE)
Not enough detail. Please post a new question with the coin's exact date, and whether there is a small S or D on the back between the word ONE and the upright bundle of reeds.
Is it a US dime? If yes, then it is worth at least 2 or 3 dollars, if it is worn. If it is uncirculated, then up to 10 or 12 dollars.
All circulation-strike 1965 dimes were made with the familiarcopper-nickel "sandwich" that's still used today. A very small number of 1965 dimes were accidentally struck onsilver blanks left over from 1964, but these are extremely unlikely to turn up in change.
About $2.20ish in silver scrap. They are common and only worth silver scrap regardless of condition.
I just got a paper in the mail last month stating that the 1954 Dime is on average worth up to $110... now I don`t know if it`s the same in all places but I live in windsor ontario and they had a list of what all coins were of average worth. I hope this helped.
Circulating dimes and quarters dated 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel rather than silver, so they have no extra value.
None minted for circulation since 1968. Later proof coins and some commemorative issues have been made in .8 silver.
Quite a bit because 1887 was a rare year with only 350,000 minted, so in VG - 8 condition it could be worth up to $65.
July 13, 2009. The 1911 Barber dime was minted at 3 mint facilities, Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. The mintmark is located on the reverse [tails] side of the coin under the wreath. The letter "D" indicates the Denver mint. The letter "S" indicates the San Francisco mint. If there is no le…tter there at all then that indicates the coin was minted at Philadelphia. The letter "P" is shown in listings to indicate the Philadelphia mint. [Example 1911-P ] The values are shown by grade in the chart below.. Circulated Grades........1911-P........1911-D........1911-S. G4...................................$5...............$5...............$5. VG12...............................$8...............$8................$12. EF40................................$30.............$30..............$43. AU55................................$70.............$70..............$110. Circulated Grades. MS60................................$110............$110.............$220. MS63................................$200............$200.............$370. MS64................................$340............$340..............$850. MS65................................$750............$750..............$1300. MS66................................$1300..........$1300............$2200. MS67................................$5200..........$5200............$6000 (MORE)
They are copper-nickel clad not just copper.If you got it in pocket change spend it.
Uncirculated coins have retail values of $2.25-$2.50 and circulated coins in EF-40 to AU-50 at $1.60-$1.75 coins below the grade of EF-40 are bullion value which as of today is $1.25
Yes. All silver dimes are worth at least $2.50 for their silver content. This value will change as the value of silver changes.
Assuming it has a recent date (within the last 20 or 30 years) it's a common circulation coin with no collector value. Its value in the US will change with the exchange rate between the 2 countries. As of late 2009 the 2 currencies are almost equal so it's effectively 10 cents in either country.
Actually the coin is made of nickel...sorry. . Alloy : 100% nickel . Weight : 2.07 grams . Diameter : 18.03 mm, thickness: 1.16 mm
Canadian dimes are not made of silver. They are nickel plated, which makes them look like silver. Their composition is 92% steel, 5 1/2% copper, and 2 1/2% nickel.
1967 is a very common Dime. It is worth around 1 dollar in any condition below MS64. Then it starts bringing in a slight premium.
1965 Silver Dime Coin : 1965 Silver Dime Estimated Value: $9000+ Background : The official production of silverdimes were discontinued in 1964. Beginning in 1965 dimes were made out of copper and nickel. Asilver 1965 dime is a mistake (and a rare one). Only a few have been found, but more are be…lieved to still be incirculation. How to spot it: The silver coin has a silver edge;the common copper/nickel coin has a strip of brown around the edge. A silver dime weighs 2.50 grams, while a copper/nickel dime weighs2.27 grams (MORE)
It depends on if the coin is a Barber or Mercury Head dime both are dated 1916 also if it has any mintmarks and the condition of the coin. Post new question.
The year is very common for Mercury dimes, regardless of any mintmarks retail value is $2.00-$3.00 in circulated condition.
The W is not a mint mark but an initial. These coins are not rare and are worth $4 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition they are worth an average of $10 to around $50 depending on condition.
In good condition (G-8+), they can be worth anywhere from 10 to 30 us dollars.
No US dimes were struck in 1922, look at the coin again and post new question.
$0.10 Canadian, same as it is in Canada. The exact exchange rate varies from moment to moment, but as of mid-August 2011, it's worth (roughly) the same as a US dime.
The 1802 Draped Bust dime is considered rare. Authentic circulated examples have a minumin market value of $1,000.00. Authentication is highly recommended.
It would be worth about $21,500 or so. Of course, that is just the silver melt value and it depends on silver spot. Similarly, rare coins in there might sell for more than just bullion value. Of course, rare coins are rare to find in bags sold by face value, but it is always possible that something …may have slipped past the coin dealer's eye. (MORE)
Silver dimes are worth about $2.50 in US dollars. This is about. 2.49 Canadian dollars. Silver quarters are worth about $5. This is about $4.98 Canadian dollars.
Any Canadian dime dated 1967 or earlier is silver. Then some in 1968 were 50% silver, others were pure nickel. The nickel ones are magnetic.