Face value: 10 cents.
The 1965 dime is a Roosevelt dime. This dime does not carry a mint mark and there were 1,652, 140,000 of them minted in the U.S. They have a value of between 10 cents and 2 dollars.
A Mercury Head dime date 1926 with no mintmark has a retail value of $2.50 to $6.00 for a coin in average circulated condition.
Assuming no mint mark this coin has a retail value of $4.00 to $6.50 in collectible circulated condition with a bullion value of about $4.00.
Your coin is worth face value only; hundreds of millions were minted. Note that the coin is simply a 1965 dime, not 1965-P. The P mint mark wasn't used on US dimes until 1980, and no US coins of any denomination had mint marks from 1965 to 1967.
If you found it in change, 10 cents. An uncirculated one can retail for up to a dollar or so.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, retail values run from $2.30 to $2.60. The Philadelphia issue 1946 Roosevelt dime is very common.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no "S" mintmark, the 1915 Barber dime is a common date, retail values are $4.00-$8.00 for most coins.
For a MS-65 (Gem-BU) retail list at about $100.00.
what is the value for an American 1909 silver dime
Current average retail value is $28.00. Issue price was $2.10.
The value of a US dime marked "ten centavos" is zero, since it is a fake. A real US dime is marked "one dime," not "ten centavos."
Queen Elizabeth is not on the US dime!
All circulating dimes dated 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel, not silver.
a 1917 us dime is called a mercury dime. its not that rare so it is worth about a dollar
If it is a US dime, it isn't silver. Silver stopped being used in dimes after 1964, so any dime dated 1965 or later is struck in copper-nickel and are only worth face value.