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a 1944 dime isn't rare for that year.a d mark is worth about a $1,a p mark is $1 and a s mark is about 2 or 3 dollars. <><><> ANY 90% silver US dime is worth $3.44 for the SILVER content as of this morning. In addition to any collector's value. 4/25/11

About $1 for its silver content.

Circulated coins are 1 or 2 dollars uncirculated coins about 8 dollars

Dimes minted for circulation haven't contained any silver since 1964. All later dimes are made of copper-nickel and are only worth 10 cents each. If your dime has the familiar copper band on its edge you have an ordinary dime. The only silver dimes minted since that time are "Prestige Proof" coins that are specially struck for sale to collectors. If your dime doesn't have the copper band but does have an "S" mint mark and is heavier than an ordinary 2005 dime, you could have a proof dime that was removed from its package. Unfortunately if it has any wear on it, its value is reduced to the melt value of about 0.07 times the price of 1 oz of silver.

1935 is not a rare date for Mercury dimes. In circulated condition, it's worth about $1 (for the silver it contains).

Well, it depends on what kind of dime. A modern U.S dime is worth 10 cents.

No Copper-nickel clad Copper 1 Dime "Roosevelt Dime" 1965-2017 1946-1964 Silver (.900)

The American dime (2.268 g) consists of:91.00% copper8.00% silver1.00% zincThe Canadian dime (1.75 g) consists of:92% steel5.5% copper4.4% nickel.1% silverthat is what the dime is made of.

$1 in circulated condition.

In average circulated condition a 1955 Canadian dime is only valuable for its silver content, about $1 at 2010 prices. A nice uncirculated one might sell in the $2-3 range.

These are 90% silver so if you go to the site at the Related Links below and use the free calculator it will tell you the current value of your dime based on the silver price.On the calculatorSelect USDSelect SilverSelect Junk SilverSelect Barber DimeQuantity 1Then CalculateCorrectionThe above only provides the coin's scrap metal value. Depending on its condition and mint mark, it could be worth more to a collector. Please see the Related Question for details.

a dime is 10 centsMoreOnly if it's a US dime dated 1965 or later. Older dimes are worth anywhere from $1 or so for their silver content, up to thousands if they're rare collectibles.If you are interested in the value of a specific dime please post a new question with the coin's date.

2 nickels have the same value as 1 dime because 1 nickel is 5. 5+5=10 or 5x2=10 so 2 nickels is the answer

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.

Days of Our Lives - 1965 1-902 was released on: USA: 4 June 1969

Attack of the Show - 2005 1-902 was released on: USA: 20 January 2009

Ryan's Hope - 1975 1-902 was released on: USA: 26 December 1978

Santa Barbara - 1984 1-902 was released on: USA: 3 March 1988

About $1 for the silver content unless it is a proof or very high-grade uncirculated coin.

Depending on its condition $1 - $100 bucks

About 1 mm. You can always use a ruler.

1, 2, 11, 22, 41, 82, 451, 902

1, 2, 11, 22, 41, 82, 451, 902

Hey! You're the first one on the site to call it by its real name! So sorry there isn't a prize. It's usually called a Mercury dime because someone thought the Roman god had wings on his head (they were really on his feet). But now, what is your question? Value for the silver content is about $1. Value as a collectable is probably higher, depending on its date, mintmark, and condition.

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