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1941 Mercury Head dimes are common date coins. Most are only valued for the silver. Today it's $1.35.

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A 1941 Winged Liberty head Dime - aka - Mercury Dime - in good condition (G4) is worth: $2; if the mint state is MS60, its value rises to: $8.00.



The Winged Liberty, or Mercury Dime. Most people call it the Mercury Dime, but its real name is the Winged Liberty dime.


A 1918 Dime - aka - Winged Liberty/Mercury Dime - is worth in good condition (G4): $4; if its mint state is MS60, the value is: $70.


This design is almost always called a "Mercury" dime because the winged Liberty cap worn by Miss Liberty resembles the had worn by the Greek god Mercury.


Simple Answer: The Winged Liberty Head dime is a Mercury Head dime, same coin with two names. Winged Liberty Head is the official name.


A 1927 Winged Liberty Head Dime - aka - Mercury Dime - in good condition (G4) is worth: $2.00.


The 1941 Mercury dime is very common, most are valued at $2.00 just for the silver.


A 1941 Winged Liberty Head (Mercury) Dime has two values, a "melt" value, based upon the price of silver, and a collector value, which increases based upon the condition of the coin. At $17.00 a troy oz., a silver dime contains $1.23 worth of silver. The collector's value is based upon condition. Retail, a 1941 dime, in good condition (G-4) sells for $2.00, Extra fine (EF-40) $5.00. A Mint proof 1941 dime ( PF-65) can fetch up to $400.00


$1.00 to $4.00 retail for circulated coins and $10.00 to $12.00 uncirculated.


A 1941 Mercury Head dime is a very common coin, circulated coins have retail values of $3.00-$4.00 regardless of any mintmarks.


Lady Liberty, not a Native American. The Indian Head design has never been used on a U.S. dime. See the related question for more information.


It's a Roosevelt dime not a liberty dime and all are considered common, value is about $2.00


The Winged Liberty Head Dime also known as the Mercury Dime was minted from 1916-1946.


It's a common coin with values of most coins at $1.00-$3.00 depending on condition Note: The coin is called a Mercury or Winged Liberty Head dime. The lady is Miss Liberty!


7-31-11>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, retail values for coins in average condition are $4.00-$5.00. The 1934 Mercury or Winged Liberty Head dime is very common.



Now. Check the following link for Mercury dime prices.


The coin is referred to as a Mercury Head or Winged Liberty Head Dime, 1944-S is a common date/mintmark coin and circulated examples valued at $2.00-$5.00


There is no such thing as a 1968 Liberty dime. Winged Liberty (Mercury) dimes stopped being minted in the mid-1940s. All 1968 dimes are Roosevelt Dimes, not silver, not rare, and are worth simply 10 cents unless in proof condition.


The last Liberty dimes, called the "Winged Liberty Head" or "Mercury" dimes were minted in 1945. In1945 they were replaced by the Roosevelt dime which is still used.


Adolph A. Weinman, the designer of the Winged Liberty dime, is believed to have modeled this version of Liberty on Elsie Kachel Stevens, the wife of well known poet Wallace Stevens.


The US never minted a flowing-hair dime. A dime from 1937 would be a Winged Liberty dime, normally called a "Mercury" dime because the wings on Miss Liberty's cap make her resemble the Roman god Mercury. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1937 Mercury dime?" for more information.


If in good condition it can be worth a few dollars. The dime was also silver.


The woman is a rendition of Lady Liberty wearing a winged cap.



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