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Yes. All silver dimes are worth at least $2.50 for their silver content. This value will change as the value of silver changes.

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All dimes from 1960 to 1970 are worth at least 10 cents. Dimes from 1960 to 1964 are worth at least $2 for there silver content. Dimes dated 1965 to 1970 are only worth face value unless they are uncirculated.


Pre-1965 U.S. dimes are made of coin silver (900 fine), not sterling silver. In any case your coin is worth about $1 for its silver content.


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.


Silver dimes (made up till 1964) contain 0.07234 troy ounces of silver. Silver nickels (only made mid-1942 to 1945) contain .05626 troy ounces of silver. Silver dimes are worth more because they have more silver in them.


Sorry, no US dimes dated 1973 were struck in silver the last year for silver dimes was 1964.


All US dimes made before 1965 are silver and are worth at least $1.25.


Each coin is worth about $2.00 to $2.25 just for the silver.


Dimes dated 1964 are made of 90% silver and are worth about $1.35. Dimes dated 1965 are made of copper-nickel and are worth 10 cents.


Silver Roosevelt dimes are very common, if it shows any wear, value is just for the silver, about $2.00.


US dimes minted before 1965 are currently worth at least $2 for their silver content.


No, dimes are worth 10 cents in the US. US dimes dated 1964 and earlier are silver and worth nearly $2 based on silver content alone. There were however, before the creation of the 5 cent nickel, silver 5 cent coins called half-dimes.


Any dimes minted before 1965 contain 90% silver and are at least worth the metal content.


1934 is a high mintage year for dimes and most are valued for the silver only, about $1.00


About $1.28 just for the silver.


Anything found in change is worth face value only. No circulating silver dimes have been made since 1964. All 1976 dimes, including those made for Bicentennial sets, were struck in copper-nickel.


August 15, 2009 1 pound Avoirdupois = 454 grams 1 silver dime weighs 2.5 grams 1 pound Avoirdupois = 181.6 dimes 1 dime contains .07234 troy ounces of silver 181.6 dimes contain 13.13 troy ounces of silver Silver = $14.71 per troy ounce 181.6 dimes are worth $193.24 today


It's worth 10 cents, because it's not made of silver. The last year for silver dimes was 1964.


8-24-11>>> As of today, US silver dimes are worth about $3.00 just for the silver.


2009 has the lowest mintage of all clad dimes 1965-present.


In an internet auction these would be about $60.


Yes, all Mercury dimes are struck in 90% silver and are worth about $2 for their silver content regardless of condition.


For U.S. dimes and quarters, anything dated before 1965 is silver.


All silver dimes are worth at least $2 for their silver content. However, some are worth quite a bit more than just 2 bucks. Some of these dates include: 1921 D 1892 S 1895 O 1896 S 1901 S This is just a very short list. See the links below entitled "Barber silver dimes" and "Mercury silver dimes" for more information.


Is English silver worth the same as sterling silver


Any circulating US dime dated before 1965 is made of silver and is at least worth its melt value. Earlier designs of dimes such as the Mercury and Barber for the most part have some additional collector value.



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