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Mercury Dime
Mercury Dime
Mercury Dime
Mercury Dime

Mercury Dime

  • Silver Content – 0.07234 g
  • Gross Weight – 2.5 g
  • Composition – 90% silver, 10% copper
  • Coin Diameter – 17.9 mm
  • Mint Dates – 1916-1945
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Overview

Minted 1916-1945, the silver Winged Liberty Head dime (AKA Mercury or Mercury Dime) is one of the most popular modern 20th century U.S. coins. It is valuable both as a collectable and for its silver value.

Design

Rather than featuring an image of Mercury, the male Roman messenger god (Hermes in Greek), the 1916-1945 silver Winged Liberty Head Dime is modeled on Elsie Stevens, a woman and neighbor of the designer, Adolph A. Weinman.

Valuation

This is a premium coin, meaning its value is tied to factors other than the value of the spot price of the precious metal it contains. Valuation factors include, but are not limited to, speculative interest, collector and investor demand, available supply, industry promotions, perceived value, economic conditions, and other factors we deem relevant. For up-to-date market pricing and availability, please contact us directly.

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