Look on the back of the coin to see if there's a small mint mark letter below the wreath. It may be blank or there may be a D or S.
Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 06/2012:
No mint mark (Philadelphia):
Very worn condition - $4
Moderately worn - $6
Slightly worn - $8
Almost no wear - $59
Uncirculated - $103 to $14,950 depending on quality
"D" mint mark (Denver):
Very worn - $4
Moderately worn - $10
Slightly worn - $18
Almost no wear - $117
Uncirculated - $228 to $7,120
"S" mint mark (San Francisco):
Very worn - $6
Moderately worn - $50
Slightly worn - $73
Almost no wear - $196
Uncirculated - $420 to $8,870
These coins are often called "Barber dimes" after their designer, Charles Barber.
DISCLAIMER: The retail values quoted are the best available as of the date shown, but may vary significantly due to changes in the precious metals market. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a coin will be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin.
While 1910 is not a rare date for Barber dimes, it is silver, so at a minimum it has a current silver value of about a dollar.
You also need to check the back, near the bottom, for a mintmark. There may be a "D" or an "S" there.
With full rims on both sides, and an "S" mintmark, it's worth about $3.00
If all the letters of LIBERTY on the headband are readable, then with no mintmark it's worth $2, with a "D" mintmark it's worth $6, or with an "S" mintmark it's worth $35
If all the details are strong, with only a slight amount of visible wear, then with no mintmark it's worth $15, with a "D" mintmark it's worth $35, or with an "S" mintmark it's worth $80
If your coin is a nice uncirculated example, then with no mintmark it's worth $75, with a "D" mintmark it's worth $150, or with an "S" mintmark it's worth $300
There's no dime called a "wheat dime". There are the famous wheat CENTS, of course, that carry the images of two wheat ears on the back, but a 1910 dime has a wreath on the back and is frequently called a Barber dime after its designer Charles Barber.
Depending on its condition $1 - $100 bucks
what is the value for an American 1909 silver dime
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!
You possess a Barber Dime - a 1910 coin in good condition (G4) is worth: $3.00; if its mint state is MS60, the value rises to: $100.00.
a 1917 us dime is called a mercury dime. its not that rare so it is worth about a dollar
Mercury dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. Your coin is called a Barber dime, after its designer Charles Barber.
The U.S. Mint did not issue a Mercury Dime in 1910.
A 1988 dime is worth 10 cents.
Face value only.
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.
The US discontinued its half-dime denomination in 1873.
A US dime dated 1944 is a Mercury head dime, it's very common with a value of $2.00 just for the silver.
I am not aware of a dime being minted by the US Treasury. in the year, 1806.
No US dimes were minted in 1816.
Face value: 10 cents.
The US dime produced in 1807 was known as a "Draped Bust" dime, and would not be mistaken for an Indian head. In fact, I am not aware of any US dime that could be referred to as an "Indian head" dime.
The British have never produced a "Dime" coin. The "Dime" is a US 10 cent coin.
The value of a 1949 Canadian dime depends on the grade. You can expect to fetch anything from 3.20 US dollars and 6 US dollars for such a coin at auction.
A US dime dated 1944 is a Mercury head dime, it's very common with a likely value of $2.00 just for the silver.