About a dime.

I have a Canadian Dime 1980 with smooth edges too but have no idea how much it is worth

Divide the value (in cents) of a quarter, by the value (in cents) of a dime. Alternately, you can also use the value in dollars in both cases.

10/25 = 2/5 = 0.4 = 40%

Face value unless it is uncirculated or proof.

10/25 = 2/5 = 0.4 = 40%

Take another look at that coin. The sailboat is featured on the Canadian dime, while the quarter has a caribou. Either way, a 1969 Canadian dime or quarter is only worth face value.

Your coin has been chemically altered -- like with acid -- and has no added value.

No pH value, cf related questions on pH of dime-quarter-penny

It's still worth 10 cents in Canada.

Quarter= 25 cents Dime= 10 cents

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A quarter is worth 25 cents, while a dime is worth 10 cents.

Quarter (25) Dime (35) Dime (45) Dime (55) Nickel (60) Penny (61)

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You might go to PCGS.com or get a copy of the coin Red Book. Hope this helps

no such thing. Think again - An Australian 20c coin. Its value is also less than a US quarter but more than a US dime. I suspect there are many other examples.

Penny-Lincoln. Nickel-Jefferson. Dime-F. Roosevelt Quarter-Washington...

the value of a dime is ten cents

A penny is 1/5 of a nickel, 1/10 of a dime, 1/25 of a quarter and 1/100 of a dollar. A nickel is 1/2 of a dime, 1/5 of a quarter and 1/20 of a dollar. A dime is 2/5 of a quarter and 1/10 of a dollar. A quarter is 1/4 of a dollar.

Because the value of it is worth half the value of a dime.

There is NO pH of a dime or quarter or penny because money does NOT dissolve in water as being metal alloys

Current average retail value is $28.00. Issue price was $2.10.

According to the US Mint, the quarter is heaviest. Current weights: Quarter - 5.67 gm Nickel - 5.00 gm Dime - 2.27 gm

Ten cents was the value of the dime in 1940.