1939 Mercury Dime Value
Mercury Dime Values. Mercury dime values start at $1.49 each. With silver at $17.84 an ounce, all silver dimes have this minimum value. Find one minted in the early years, 1916-1930 and the value often rises to $1.79 each, with many having a value of $13 to $35 or more, in very nice condition.
The Market for Mercury Dimes. Mercury dimes are a popular series to collect amongst coin collectors. Demand is relatively stable for coins in uncirculated condition. For lower-grade circulated coins, a majority of its value is based upon the coin's silver melt value. Each dime contains almost 1/10 of an ounce of silver (0.0723 oz.
Mercury Head Dime Values. The value of a Mercury Dime varies significantly depending on its year of mintage, mintmark and condition. These coins can be had for as little as $1.50, but may also be valued upwards of $1500 for a single coin.
1939(P) dimes are plentiful across all grades through MS-67, yet they are frustratingly scarce with Full Bands. Since most coins are otherwise well struck, there was evidently something in the collar preparation of the die set that precluded metal from filling that portion of the die cavity on most pieces.
1939-S Mercury Dime - Hand Picked Choice Brilliant Uncirculated MS-63 Or Better Condition. \"Mercury\" Dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. Though these coins have long carried the name \"Mercury\", the design is not that of the mythical god, but that of a winged headed Liberty.
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