10 centsMore:This 1938 Mercury Dime is made out of silver so as of 10/2010, the value of silver content is about $1.70 ($24.30 per ounce of silver). The numismatic value of the coin depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. It was minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. According to USA Coin Book, these are the values:
Philadelphia (no mint mark): In Good condition, this coin is worth about $1.80 up to about $15 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 brilliant uncirculated condition, this coin is worth roughly $30. Proof coins were also minted here and are worth about $525.
Denver (small "D" mint mark): In Good condition, this coin is worth about $1.95 up to about $25 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 brilliant uncirculated condition, this coin is worth roughly $35.
San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In Good condition, this coin is worth about $1.80 up to about $28 in MS60 mint condition. In MS65 brilliant uncirculated condition, this coin is worth roughly $38.
A 1938 Canadian dime is worth approximately $1.30. The date on the coin does not mean much, however the dime is mainly comprised of silver.
Average values are $2.25 to $3.50 for most circulated 1938 Mercury head dimes.
The silver value of the coin is $1.25 as of today and that's likely what you could sell it for.
The 1938 Mercury dime is common. Average circulated coins are $4.00.
$1.00 to $4.00 retail for circulated coins and $10.00 to $12.00 uncirculated.
This coin in circulated condition is valued around $3. If it is uncirculated they are worth around $30.
Check that coin again. There have been Indian head pennies (1859-1909) and nickels (1913-1938), but never on a dime, nor in 1838.
Please look at your pocket change. ALL U.S. coins have the word Liberty on them, so that doesn't help to ID a coin. More, back in 1938 a picture of Miss Liberty was on both the dime and the half dollar. To get a specific value, enter the question "What is the value of a 1938 US (my coin)?" in the box at the top of the page, where (my coin) means its denomination - dime, nickel, half dollar, etc.
the value of a dime is ten cents
The FACE value of any coin or bill is the denomination shown on it; i.e. how much it was worth when first released. Thus the face value of any dime is 10 cents. However, the metal value of a coin may be higher or lower than its face value, and the collector's value could be a third and different amount.In the case of a 1938 dime, its metal value is at least $1 as of 10/2009 because it's made of 90% silver alloy. Its value to a collector is at least that much, possibly several times more.
Because the value of it is worth half the value of a dime.
???? Monticello is on Jefferson nickels struck from 1938 to 2003 and 2006 to the present.
Ten cents was the value of the dime in 1940.
The value of one dime is 10 cents
what is the value for a 1972 dime
A dime has a face value of 10 cents.
Sorry, no such dime as a "Miscellaneous" dime exists!
what is the value for an American 1909 silver dime
It's a Roosevelt dime not a JS dime and all are considered common, value is about $2.00.
It's a Roosevelt dime not a liberty dime and all are considered common, value is about $2.00
aruba 2009 dime
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question.> There are no buffalo dimes> Buffalo nickels were minted from 1913 to 1938.> All 1938 dimes carry the famous "Mercury head" portrait of Miss Liberty.
Australia does not have a "dime" coin.
The value of a dime from 1911 depends on its condition. The lowest a 1911 dime has gone for was $3 and the highest was over $400, however that dime was in mint condition.
The value of a 1963 dime depends on its condition and where it was minted. The average value varies between $3 and $7.