1940 dime were only made from 90% silver. See the related question below for more information.
The US mint never made pure silver dimes. See the related link below for more information on the value of 1939 US dimes.
There is no such thing as a pure silver dime. See the related question below for more information.
Regardlessif it's silver coated it's only worth 10 cents.
what is the value for an American 1909 silver dime
The US never made a pure silver dime, they were made from 90% silver and 10% copper.
US circulating silver coins were never made of pure silver. It's too soft and would wear quickly, so the metal was alloyed with 10% copper. Without a date, it's not possible to say anything about its value except that the raw silver is worth around $2.25 as of 01/2011. However it could be worth more to a collector; please enter the question "What is the value of a (date) US dime?" in the box at the top of the page, replacing (date) with the date on your dime.
1964 was the last year for a 90% silver dime. No circulating coin was pure silver.
So many were made the value is for just the silver.
It's not pure it's 90% silver & 10% copper, and regardless of grade or mint mark in circulated condition retail value is $2.00 in uncirculated $3.00-$5.00
If it has any wear at all the value is for the silver only about $1.00. A uncirculated 1942 dime is about $2.50
80% of the value of pure silver
A 1951 Roosevelt dime is very common, most are only valued for the silver in them, about $1.35.
Pre-1965 dimes are 90% silver & 10% copper. The Actual Silver Weight (ASW) is .07234oz of pure silver.
With silver at $41.39 per ounce, as of 9-10-11 a 90% silver dime has a Melt Value of $3.99.
So many were made the value is for just the silver, about $2.00.
The silver value is about $6.00. NOTE: The US has never made a pure silver quarter, they are 90% silver & 10% copper.
1902 and 1907 silver dimes
The 1914 Barber dime is a common coin. Value is $4.00-$8.00 for most coins.
For the answer, visit: http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1946-1964-Silver-Roosevelt-Dime-Value.html
It is FDR on the dime, not Eisenhower. All Roosevelt dimes are common and only worth silver melt value. At the time of writing it is around $2.25 or so in silver.
If it is a circulated dime, then it is worth about $1.00, mostly depending on the value of silver
No, it is 90% silver and 10% copper. Pure silver is too soft to use for circulated coinage.
The value of a 1943 Silver Mercury Dime in circulated condition is about $3; in uncirculated condition, $7 to $8.
The 1964 Roosevelt dime is the most common of all silver dimes, it's worth about $2.00 only for the silver.