Australia does not have a "dime" coin.
It's worth 10 cents.
Ten cents. No precious metal content
About $1 for its silver content.
It's worth exactly 10 cents.
Value depends on how far off-center the coin is, so it needs to be seen. Take it to a coin dealer for a idea of value.
the value of a dime is ten cents
10¢. The coin is 40 years old and the reeding has worn off.
Because the value of it is worth half the value of a dime.
If the coin is the same thickness as a regular dime it's been plated and is only worth face value. If it's thinner than a regular dime and is copper on one side only, the cupronickel cladding un-bonded from the core. This is called a lamination error and is worth around $5 or $6 Note there's no such thing as a 1967-P dime because US coins dated 1965, 1966, and 1967 don't carry mint marks.