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Roosevelt dimes dated 1946 to 1964 are 90% silver, so all of them are worth more than face value, but none are rare or scarce and circulated coins are mostly valued for the silver. A few coins do have slightly higher values because of lower mintage (1949 & 1949-S) but the value depends on the grade of the coins.

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All silver (1946-1964) Roosevelt dimes are considered common. Unless they are Mint State, the values is for the silver, about $2.25.


U.S. silver dimes were made from 1796 to 1964. None of the Roosevelt (1946-1964) silver dimes are considered rare. If your asking about older coins, post new question.


1964 is the last year for silver dimes.


It appears as though there were 620,684 silver Roosevelt Dimes minted in 2008. All of these silver dimes are proof and available only in the 2008 Silver Proof set.


All silver Roosevelt dimes are common, if it has any wear at all value is for the silver, about $1.25


All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964) are considered common. If it shows any wear, the value is just for the silver, about $2.00


7-27-11>>> All Roosevelt silver dimes (1946-1964) are considered common, most circulated coins are only valued for the silver, about $3.00.


Silver Roosevelt dimes are very common, if it shows any wear, value is just for the silver, about $2.00.


All silver Roosevelt dimes are common, if it has any wear at all value is for the silver, about $1.75


About $1.28 just for the silver.


All silver Roosevelt dimes are common, if it has any wear at all value is for the silver, about $1.25


Roosevelt dimes from 1946 to 1964 are 90% silver. The ASW. (Actual Silver Weight) is 0.07234oz of pure silver.


All silver (1946-1964) Roosevelt dimes are common. Most are only valued for the silver, about $2.00.


All silver Roosevelt dimes are common, if it has any wear at all value is for the silver, about $1.75


All 1965 U.S. dimes are Roosevelt dimes, so that's what it would look like. A very few 1965 US dimes were struck by mistake on 90% silver planchets that were used for 1964 silver dimes.


7-27-11>>> All Roosevelt silver dimes (1946-1964) are considered common, most circulated coins are only valued for the silver, about $3.00.


6-28-11>> If it shows any wear at all the value is about $2.50 just for the silver. All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964) are considered common.


4-8-11>> If it shows any wear at all the value is about $2.50 just for the silver. All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946-1964) are considered common.


Silver dimes were 90% silver with 10% copper and weigh 2.5 grams, which is 2.25 grams of silver.


Barber, Mercury and Roosevelt dimes up to 1964 are made of 90% silver and 10% copper. When new, they weighed 2.5 gm so that means they contained 2.25 gm of silver.


6-4-11>>> Unless it is a proof or very high-grade uncirculated coin the value is mostly for the silver, about $2.60. All silver Roosevelt dimes (1946 to 1964) are considered common.


There are no valuable Roosevelt dimes really. The only ones with a greater than face value is the silver ones dated 1964 and earlier (worth $2-3 in silver, though early proof issues are worth more) and the 1996-W dime only found in certain mint sets, but even that is only worth $15-30. Overall the series is easily collectible even on a modest budget.


The 1964 Roosevelt dime is the most common of all silver dimes, it's worth about $2.00 only for the silver.


Silver Roosevelt dimes are very common, if it shows any wear value is just for the silver, about $2.00


The most valuable is a error coin, the 1982 dime with no P mint mark. It has a value of $110.00



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