No such thing. The last year for Mercury dimes was 1945.
7-2-11>>> The last Mercury dime was struck in 1945. A 1958 dime is a Roosevelt dime (1946 to date) and is common, most are only valued for the silver, about $2.00
See this page: http://cointrackers.com/coins/148/1945-mercury-dime/ for what the 1945 "mercury" or "winged liberty" dime looks like.
The 1945 nicro S Mercury Dime is 90% Silver Mercury Dime that was minted in San Francisco. San Francisco used different types of punches in 1945.
A 90% silver 1945 Mercury dime is fairly common and sells for melt (about $1.60 at today's silver prices) if circulated and $20 or so if absolutely uncirculated.
1945 is the last year of issue for the Mercury Head dime. The coin is very common and most are valued at about $2.00 just for the silver.
If in average condition, it is worth its silver value which at the time of writing it is $2.11.
Yes, they were minted from 1916 to 1945.
Yes - the "Mercury" dime from 1916 to 1945 has 90% silver in it
The U.S. Mint did not issue a Mercury Dime in 1910.
Please check again and post a new question. There is no such coin - Mercury dimes were issued from 1916 to 1945.
Please check again and post a new question. Mercury head dimes were made from 1916 to 1945.
those are mercury dimes. They were minted between 1916-1945.
That's off by about 65 years. Mercury dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. A dime from 1853 would be called a Liberty dime or Liberty Seated dime.
7-4-11>>> The last Mercury Dime was dated 1945. The Roosevelt series started in 1946. So many 1948 dimes were made the value is for just the silver, about $2.00.
Mercury dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. Your coin is called a Barber dime, after its designer Charles Barber.
Mercury is the name of a dime only.
Mercury dimes were made from 1916 to 1945. A dime from 1896 would be called a Barber dime after its designer Charles Barber, or a Liberty dime. See the Related Question for values.
The 1916-D, which is worth $375.00.
One way is to compare it to a picture of a Mercury dime. Another way is to simply check the date on it. If it's dated anywhere from 1916 to 1945, it's a Mercury.
If circulated, a 1945 dime is only worth about $2 in silver scrap. If uncirculated it is worth about $3 or so. 1945 dimes aren't rare but are 90% silver.
Mercury dimes were struck from 1916-1945. A 1907 dime is called a Barber (1892-1916) dime. It's a common date coin with a average value of $3.00.
A '44 Mercury dime is worth about $2.50.