Which Mercury Dimes are the most valuable?
There are five primary mint dates that are the most sought after by dealers and collectors. The 1916 D, for example, may have a value of over $650 even in just good condition. The 1921 and 1921 D also can be highly valued with prices of $48 to $61 for coins in good condition and $96 to $178 for coins in fine condition.
Which Mercury dimes are worth money?
The Mercury dime series does not boast many key dates, semi-keys, or rare varieties, but those that it does offer are quite valuable. These include the series key 1916-D, the semi-key 1921 and 1921-D, and the 1942/1 and 1942/1-D overdates.
How much is a 1942 Mercury dime worth?
The 1942 dime value is $1.84 – helped by the price of silver it contains. A majority of 1942 Mercury dimes, if circulated are at this price. Collectors and dealers begin to attach a premium value to coins in "uncirculated" condition, coins that have remained well preserved and appear as if brand new.
How much is a 1918 D Mercury dime worth?
CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1918 D Mercury Dime value at an average of $3.00, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $22,000.
What are the key dates for Mercury dimes?
Key Date Mercury Dimes
- 1916-D. The 1916-D is considered to be the key-date of the Mercury Dime series.
- Other Scarce Dates.