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The 1964 Roosevelt dime is the most common of all silver dimes, it's worth about $2.00 only for the silver.
A 1964 US dime is so common most are valued only for the silver at about a dollar.
The value of a 1964 dime is approximately $3.00. Unfortunately the date on the coin does not matter as much as the amount of silver in the coin.
So many were made the value is for just the silver, about $2.00.
There is 2.25 grams of silver in a 1964 dime.
It's worth around $2.25 for its silver content.
A 1964 dime is not rare enough to be of interest to collectors, so it is worth the value of the silver contained in it. Silver dimes only contain 0.07234 ounce of silver, which was about 80 cents worth of silver at the time this answer was made. If you take it to a dealer at this time, you would have been offered 65-70 cents for it. The price of silver is increasing and is likely greater now. See the related link below for the current value of a 1964 dime.
For a 1964 dime, only a "D" mintmark is possible, so many were made that value is just for the silver, about a dollar.
About $2-3 depending on silver price. Right now its about $2.50-ish.
All silver (1946-1964) Roosevelt dimes are common. Most are only valued for the silver, about $2.00.
An uncirculated 1964 dime is worth $1.35.
It's not Kennedy he is only on Half Dollars it's Roosevelt and the value is for the silver about $1.00
All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964) are considered common. If it shows any wear, the value is just for the silver, about $2.00
If the coins show any wear, value is about $2.00 just for the silver.
If it is a US dime, it isn't silver. Silver stopped being used in dimes after 1964, so any dime dated 1965 or later is struck in copper-nickel and are only worth face value.
It's an extremely common date, currently worth about $2 for the silver. The initials JS stand for John Sinnock, who designed the dime.
There is no such thing (well, there are a few records of '65 dimes being struck on silver planchets) the last silver dime was dated 1964, all 1965 dimes are copper-nickel.
No such coin exists. Silver dimes were produced for circulation dated 1964 and earlier. Silver proof sets started being sold to collectors starting in 1992. There is no 1985 dated silver dime.
If it's a US dime dated 1964 or before it's silver
So many were made most are valued at the silver content only so about a dollar
From 1837 to 2010 all US dimes have the phrase "ONE DIME" on the reverse so if it has a date of 1964 or earlier it's 90% silver and worth at least $1.00 for the silver in it.
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