90% AMERICAN SILVER 10C – WINGED LIBERTY HEAD “MERCURY” DIMES (1916 – 1945) | CIRCULATED

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$23.42

PRICE REFLECTED IS PER EACH $1 FACE VALUE


Each $1 Face Value of 90% silver coins contains .715 troy ounces of silver.

The 10C denomination (dime) of coins minted with this alloy include Roosevelt and Mercury designs.

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Description

Before 1965, many of the coins in everyday circulation were minted from an alloy made with a combination of 90% pure silver and 10% pure copper.

The 10C (dime) denominations of coins minted with this alloy include the Mercury dime design.

Mercury Dimes have a rich history amongst numismatic collectors and silver stackers. Each Mercury Dime was minted in 90% silver. Each dime weighs roughly 2.5 grams and contains 0.07234 troy ounces (2.25 grams) of silver. A $5 face value role of Mercury Dimes contains 50 coins containing roughly 3.617 troy ounces of silver.

The Mercury Dime is legal tender coinage produced by the US Mint between 1916-1945
Mercury Dimes were common in circulation until silver was removed from US coinage in 1965
Comprised of 90% silver, 10% copper; each $1 of face value contains about 0.715 troy ounces of silver
The value of these Mercury Dimes is based primarily on silver content rather than numismatic value