Is a dime from 1910 worth anything?
The 1910 dime with no mint mark is worth around $4 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $10 and in extremely fine condition the value is around $24. In uncirculated condition the price is around $125 for coins with an MS 60 grade.
How much can I get for a 1910 dime?
Pricing the 1910 Barber Dime
|1910 Barber Dime||$4||$6|
|1910 Barber Dime (D)||$4||$10|
|1910 Barber Dime (S)||$6||$50|
|Source: Red Book|
Where is the mint mark on a Roosevelt dime?
|Mint marks||P, D, S, W. Located from 1946 to 1964 on the lower reverse to the left of the torch, since 1968 on the obverse above the date. No mint mark used at Philadelphia before 1980 or at any mint from 1965 to 1967.|
|Design||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|Designer||John R. Sinnock|
How much silver is in a 1910 dime?
90% Silver – The coin shown in the photos is the exact coin you’ll receive.
How much is a 1910 penny worth?
1910 Penny Value
|1910 Lincoln Penny Value|
|Condition of Coin|
|1910 Lincoln Penny Value Up-Dated||2022|
Are dimes with no mint mark valuable?
Certain dates of proof coins that were accidentally struck without a mintmark can be valuable. For example, a normal circulation strike 1975 Dime is safe to spend as change. However, if you found a 1975 Proof Set with a No S Proof Dime in it, then this would be a very rare piece!
Are all dimes supposed to have a mint mark?
Longtime collectors know that the P Mint mark was not used on U.S. coins, except for briefly during World War II, until 1979 and 1980. In 1975, no coins had P Mint marks, and the Philadelphia Mint struck millions and millions of dimes, all with no Mint marks. If you find one of those in circulation, it’s common.
Is a 1910 penny rare?
Two mints in Philadelphia and San Francisco produced those pennies. The primary element for the 1910 Lincoln wheat Penny composition is copper present in 95% of its total mass. The other 5% are tin and zinc….
|1910 Lincoln wheat Penny value by USA Coin book|