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The 1917 Mercury dime is actually made of 90 percent silver and 10
percent copper. Value always depends on Quality, Rarity and Mint mark.
A very common coin average value is $2.00-$5.00 for most coins

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The value of Lady Liberty dimes can vary depending on factors such as condition, rarity, and market demand. In general, a common Lady Liberty dime from the early to mid-20th century in circulated condition is usually worth its silver content, while those in better condition or rare varieties can be worth significantly more to collectors. It's best to consult a numismatic expert or reference guide for an accurate valuation.

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Legally 10 cents. That's just its "face value". It has a much higher collector value:

With no mint mark on the back, $13 in worn condition, $70 with moderate wear, and about $100 with almost no wear. With an "O" mint mark, $77 / $320 / $470 With an "S" mint mark, $85 / $300 / $385

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Liberty dimes refer to any dime made before the Roosevelt dime which was first minted in the mid to late 1940s. All liberty dimes, regardless of date are 90% silver and worth at least $2 or so for silver scrap. However, there are several rare dates/mintmarks that command several thousand dollars in top grade.

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A 1927 Winged Liberty Head Dime - aka - Mercury Dime - in good condition (G4) is worth: $2.00.

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Please look at your pocket change. Dimes dated 1965 and later are in common circulation and are only worth ten cents each.

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The Denver Mint didn't open until 1906.

You may be seeing an O mint mark, for New Orleans.

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Maybe a $1.50 in its worst condition. Higher grades will fetch a higher price.

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All dimes minted from 1796 to 1945 carried a picture of Miss Liberty, and most also carry the word "Liberty". Please post a new question with the coin's date.

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A 1927 Mercury Dime is common. Coins in average circulated grades are valued at $4 to $6.

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What is the value of lady mercury head dimes?

Uh, the "lady" is Miss Liberty, as in Statue of Liberty, Liberty Head nickels, etc., etc. You need to know the coins' dates and mint marks to have a reasonable idea of their value. A lot of late (1939-45) Mercury dimes are only worth about $1 for the silver they contain, but some are worth much more. Also you can look at a price guide like the one linked below:


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What is the value of a 1968 Liberty Dime?

There is no such thing as a 1968 Liberty dime. Winged Liberty (Mercury) dimes stopped being minted in the mid-1940s. All 1968 dimes are Roosevelt Dimes, not silver, not rare, and are worth simply 10 cents unless in proof condition.


What is the value of a 1961 Liberty dime?

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What is the value of a 1950 liberty dime?

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What is the value of a 1969 Liberty dime?

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What is the value of a 1820 lady liberty silver dollar?

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What is the value of early 1900 lady dimes?

Uh, the Lady is Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." Please post a new question with the coin's specific date. Values can differ depending on the coin's date, condition, and whether there's a mint mark letter on the back.