A bit less than $2 with current silver prices. The price of it depends on the spot price of silver and thus changes daily or even hourly.
About $2-3 depending on silver price. Right now its about $2.50-ish.
A 1959 dime is 90% silver. At today's spot price of about $13.50, it is worth at least 97 cents.
Retail price is $1.50-$2.00 for average coins and Mint state coins are $9.00
A 1943 Mercury dime unless in exceptionally good condition is only worth silver melt value. At the time of writing it is about $2.15 or so, but it fluctuates depending on silver spot price.
There is 2.25 grams of silver in a 1964 dime.
There is 2.25 grams of silver in a 1960 dime.
There is no silver in a 1990 US dime.
Yes. The 1962 Roosevelt dime is 90% silver.
There are 2.25 grams of silver in a 1935 silver dime. It is made of 90% silver and 10% copper.
Yes - the "Mercury" dime from 1916 to 1945 has 90% silver in it
With the Silver Spot Price currently trading at around $24.15/OZt (as of 12/04/2020 @ 9:22am EST), the melt value of a pre-1965 US Silver Dime would be worth around $1.75 a piece in Silver alone.
It depends on the current price of silver. Old silver dimes contain about 1/14 of a troy ounce of silver, so if for example silver is $42/oz, a silver dime is worth about $3 so it would take 30 new dimes to buy an old one.
One silver dime contains 2.25 grams of silver, which is 0.072 troy ounces.
The value is dependent on silver price, at the time of writing it is just over $2.10 but the value changes whenever silver changes.
The U.S. never made 100% silver coins for circulation. The metal would be too soft for daily use. All silver coins had at least 10% copper in them. Dimes dated 1964 and earlier contain about 0.07 ounces of silver. The price of silver changes so you'd need to search on terms such as SPOT PRICE SILVER to get the most current value, then multiply the price per ounce by 0.07. For example, at $14/oz a 1964 dime contains about $1 worth of silver.
If it's a US dime dated 1964 or before it's silver
The 1968 dime is 99.9% nickel. This was the first year the dime wasn't made of silver. Prior to 68, the dime was 80% silver, 20% copper.
A 1964 dime is not rare enough to be of interest to collectors, so it is worth the value of the silver contained in it. Silver dimes only contain 0.07234 ounce of silver, which was about 80 cents worth of silver at the time this answer was made. If you take it to a dealer at this time, you would have been offered 65-70 cents for it. The price of silver is increasing and is likely greater now. See the related link below for the current value of a 1964 dime.
All 1964 and earlier dimes at least back to 1873 have at minting 90% silver alloyed with 10% copper. To get the silverbullionvalue from an ideal coin multiply 0.07234 x (Spot price of silver in ounces). Example if silver were trading at $28.00 an ounce then a silver dime would be worth $2.03 insilvervalue.
Nothing. There is no such thing. The most silver any dime has is 90%. This is most likely what you have.
The value of the raw silver in a Barber dime is about $2 as of 01/2011, but that of course can change when the price of silver changes. However, in general it's not a good idea to sell a Barber dime for scrap unless it's both very worn and a very common date. Many Barber dimes are worth more to a collector or dealer.
The quarters, half-dollar and dime are struck in 90 percent silver, generally referred to as "coin silver."The silver proof quarters weigh 0.180845 oz - multiply that by the current silver price to get the value for that coin.
It current silver prices 1.19 USD. However it will be difficult to determine an exact collectors price without seeing the coin itself.