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This is one of only three 1846 Seated Liberty dimes to be certified mint condition by both certifying agencies and is one of the two finest known to exist. Only 120,780 dimes were produced in 1805, in two varieties. The more common of the two, the face of the 4 Berries dime was struck from the same die as the earlier 5 Berries version. The reverse die was new and has only four berries on the olive branch, rather than five.

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Who made the first penny?

The 1894-S Barber dime is a dime produced in the United States Barber coinage. It is one of the rarest and most highly prized United States coins for collectors, along with the 1804 dollar and the 1913 Liberty Head nickel. One was sold in 2005 for 1.3 million dollars.

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About 5 million of these coins were made and only a few remain in uncirculated condition. This one was sold by Heritage Auctions in Pittsburgh in October 2011. The 1945 S dime is the only one known to have the Micro S mint mark appear on the reverse side of the coin. While there’s no shortage of 1945 S dimes, only a little over 1,200 have been graded mint condition by NGC. In addition, dimes from this year struck in San Francisco (as this one was) tend to be poorly struck so those will Full Bands are rare.

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George Washington ordered the first run of dimes, which were made on a borrowed press kept in the owner’s basement. Millions of Roosevelt dimes were saved, and within a decade, several issues would become known as relatively scarce in the eyes of coin collectors. In fact, well-worn examples of Mercury dimes struck from the mid 1930s through mid 1940s are worth around $2 to $4. OK, Barber dimes are really hard to find in circulation — let me just tell you that right now.

A 1916 D dime in slightly lower condition brought $152,750 at auction in 2013 while one in 2015 brought $94,000. Yet another 1916 D dime in almost as good condition also sold at auction in 2015 for $43,475. Like other coins, the most valuable dimes are those that have survived the years in mint condition.

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An uncirculated coin in zinc sold in August 2008 at Heritage Auctions, Baltimore. A ten-cent coin or ten-cent piece is a coin minted for various decimal currencies worth 10 cents. Mint modernized the dime, transitioning to a design created by Adolph A. Weinman. While the San Francisco Mints continued to produce the old Barber dimes and the Philadelphia Mint produced both versions, the Denver Mint only produced the new design. By November, the quantity of dimes had met the national demand, so the Denver Mint ceased producing dimes.

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Obverse Inscriptions

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The 1976 Bicentennial issue likewise was seen as souvenir, and even a mintage of over 500 million pieces could not discourage their "collectible" status. USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 2019-P Roosevelt Dime is Worth $2.11 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. The Melt Value shown below is how Valuable the Coin's Metal is Worth (bare minimum value of coin).

While there are examples of this coin in zinc from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, it is estimated that there are no more than 10 from Denver. In August 2007, Heritage Auctions sold an uncirculated one. A doubled die coin is the result of a minting error. On these coins, part of the image appears to be “double.” This penny has strong doubling of the wording on the face and as only three of these coins are known to exist, it is extremely rare.

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The half disme was much smaller than today’s nickel, too. That’s because silver has always cost more than nickel. The value of silver coins depended on their weight, so the half disme had to be exactly half the weight of a disme. When Congress decided to make a five-cent coin of nickel and copper, the coin had to be made larger.

As one of the area’s largest dealers, we can offer a wide variety of coins and bullion products at very competitive prices. Date/Mint MarkUsual Range of Values1916-D$200-$1000+1921$20-$200+1921-D$20-$200+Except for 1931, circulated dimes from the 1930′s and 1940′s are normally not worth sorting. Also of note is a seldom found over-date variety of the 1942/1 and the 1942/1-D. All uncirculated coins from this series will bring a premium and each require individual evaluations.

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What is the most expensive mercury dime?

The first five-cent coin was not called a nickel, and for a very good reason: it was not made of nickel. This coin was made of silver, like the dime. In the Mint's early days, the law was all coins had to be made of gold, silver, or copper. This five-cent coin was called a “half disme” (pronounced like “dime”).

A modified version of the Sheldon Scale, which grades coins on a scale from 1 to 70 (with 70 being the most valuable), is commonly used. Qualities such as color, (red pennies are worth more than red-brown or brown ones), wear and rarity (including smaller numbers minted or mistakes) impact a coin’s grade. People have been collecting coins at least as far back as ancient Rome. Some do so merely for fun; others do it with the intent to later sell these coins for a profit. Like most coins, the U.S. penny has seen multiple designs and compositions over the years and some, especially when carefully stored, are worth far more than the face value of one cent.

Mint State-63 (MS63 or MS-

  • Of those years, you’re most likely to find old silver dimes dating from 1934 through 1945.
  • This was a slightly unusual choice, as using a 1/5 denomination was more common in many currencies.
  • The 1798 dimes are unique in that the R in the word “LIBERTY” has a curved tail while the R in AMERICA has a straight tail.
  • There’s only one known example of a 1943 Lincoln-D penny struck in bronze alloy instead of the zinc plated steel (bronze and copper were being saved to fill metal shortages during World War II).
  • Following suit with the dime, the quarter, which was first produced by the Mint in 1796, received its name to indicate its monetary worth as a quarter of a dollar.

These are occasionally found in circulation, and they’re worth the extra bit of searching… 1982 no-P Roosevelt dimes are worth about $65 apiece or more. As copper supplies became vital to weapons manufacturing during World War II, the U.S.

This mint-condition dime is the only one of this quality known to exist. It has been in high demand before, previously selling for $891,250 to complete a set of Carson City Mint coins.

Roosevelt and Mercury Dimes, Washington Quarters, and Walking Liberty Franklin and Kennedy Half-Dollars minted in 1964 and earlier are 90% silver. The value of most circulated coins minted in the 1920′s through 1964 is primarily from their silver content. Remember, this is for the most common material.We will and do pay more for any better coins you may have! There are some general guidelines in determining what is “common”.

Mercury Dimes are small coins, are made out of 90% silver that is soft and malleable and consequently can be very difficult to grade. One of the first steps in grading your coin is to determine if it is circulated or uncirculated.

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Struck by the United States Mint continuously since 1946, it displays President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the obverse and was authorized soon after his death in 1945. Since 1946 the Roosevelt dime has been minted every year. Through 1955, all three mints, Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco produced circulating coinage; production at San Francisco ended in 1955, resuming in 1968 with proof coinage only. Through 1964 "D" and "S" mintmarks can be found to the left of the torch.

#1 — 1964 Copper-Nickel Clad Roosevelt Dime

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Benjamin Franklin reportedly designed the first American penny in 1787. In 1944, all Lincoln pennies were supposed to be once again minted in the original bronze alloy (95 percent copper and 5 percent tin). Somehow zinc plated steel planchets (used in 1943) ended up in the coining press, surprisingly in all three mints.

When did they stop making half dollars?

Dimes from 1965 to the present are composed of outer layers of 75% copper and 25% nickel, bonded to a pure copper core. Starting in 1992, the U.S. Mint began issuing Silver Proof Sets annually, which contain dimes composed of the pre-1965 standard of 90% silver and 10% copper.

So both kinds of five-cent coin were circulating at the same time. The Thomas Jefferson Nickels were first minted in 1938. The design for these five-cent pieces resulted from a contest held by the United States Mint, the reward being $1,000. Out of the 390 contestants, the winner with the best design was Felix Schlag, a German immigrant who had only been a United States citizen for nine years.

This particular coin is one of only three mint state dimes of this type known to exist. With only 31,000 of these dimes produced, this coin is rare in any condition.

Who is on a penny?

The penny is the United States' one-cent coin. Every penny you've ever spent probably had Abraham Lincoln on it. He's been on the front (obverse) of the penny since 1909!

In addition to standardizing the diameter of coins, the new method allowed the Mint to produce thicker coins. To maintain a standard weight and alloy, the diameter of most coins was reduced. In particular, the dime was reduced in diameter from 18.8 to 18.5 millimeters.

According to Coin World, this sale is the highest recorded for any U.S. coin from the second half of the 20th century. Finally, a round planchet with an eleven-sided inner border was chosen for the smaller dollar. The “P” mintmark first appeared on Roosevelt dimes in 1980, but apparently some 1982 dimes struck at the Philadelphia Mint didn’t get the message! A number of 1982-dated Philly Roosevelt dimes were struck by an obverse die that didn’t receive a “P” mintmark.

Liberty design

The coin was nicknamed “Little Orphan Annie,” possibly due to the fact it was unappreciated by collectors. There are only 15 certified unworn examples of this coin. This one is one of the three finest examples certified by PCGS. Two organizations certify coins, the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).

(Today these dimes are referred to as Mercury Dimes.) President Roosevelt’s image first appeared on the dime in 1946. Since its introduction, the Roosevelt dime has been struck continuously in large numbers. The Mint transitioned from striking the coin in silver to base metal in 1965, and the design remains essentially unaltered from when Sinnock created it. Without rare dates or silver content, the dime is less widely sought by coin collectors than other modern U.S. coins. Arrows at the date in 1853 and 1873 indicated changes made in the coin's mass (from 2.67 grams to 2.49 grams in 1853, then to 2.50 grams in 1873).

What are the most collectible pennies?

Worth ten cents, the dime is not ten times bigger than the penny. In fact, it's actually smaller! Thus, the dime had to be rather small, since it only had one-tenth the amount of silver that the dollar coin had. Eventually, other coins, such as nickels and pennies, were needed to make transactions easier.