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August 21, 2009 The 1983 no "S" dime proof set has a value of $1000.

As of 12/2008, Numismedia quotes the fair market value (FMV) at $1310.00

Which country are you referring to? A UK 1970 proof set (last of the pre-decimal issues) can be bought for around £15-20.

Average current value for an 1981 proof set is about $8.00. The 1982 proof set is the year that is known for the dime to be missing the mintmark.

As of 07/2009 retail values are over $15,000 for a 1968 proof set where the dime does not carry a mint mark. That was the first year that proof coins were struck at the San Francisco mint, and one of the die-makers forgot to put the "S" mint mark on a die. Some "S-less" dimes were shipped in proof sets before the error was discovered. Be careful, though. Normal 1968 Philadelphia dimes don't have a mint mark because the P wasn't used on dimes until 1980. A Philadelphia dime can be processed to resemble a proof coin.

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A 1970 Uncirculated Mint set would not have a dime with a "S" mintmark, only a Proof set will have a dime with a "S" mintmark for that year, so no your mint set is not rare.

August 21, 2009 The 1983 no "S" dime proof set has a value of $1000.

As of 12/2008, Numismedia quotes the fair market value (FMV) at $1310.00

Which country are you referring to? A UK 1970 proof set (last of the pre-decimal issues) can be bought for around £15-20.

It means you have a proof dime that was struck at the San Francisco Mint. If the coin isn't in its original protective packaging, someone broke up the set and spent the coins. Unfortunately when a proof coin is taken out of its package and exposed to other coins its value drops to only that of a normal circulated coin.

To determine if your 1968 dime is a regular Philadelphia mint issue or a rare "No S" mint mark variety, you will need to examine the coin under magnification. Look at the area below the center of Roosevelt's neck to see if there is a visible "S" mint mark. If there is no mint mark present, it could be the valuable "No S" variety. It's recommended to consult with a professional coin dealer or grading service for a conclusive authentication.

Average current value for an 1981 proof set is about $8.00. The 1982 proof set is the year that is known for the dime to be missing the mintmark.

Currently is worth about $7.00.

Currently, the retail value is about $9.

$15 to $50 depending upon the variety.

The set has all 5 State quarters a Sacagawea dollar and the half, dime, nickel and penny.

They are worth 10 cents. There is no collector value to a new coin unless it is a proof set or an error.