Visit to see edge, weight, diameter, auction records, price guide values and more for this coin. 1943 D Mercury Dime 90% Silver US Coin About Uncirculated (AU) - SKU 576USDM. Struck .900 silver, it's callec the mercury dime because people thought the liberty image looked like Mercury, roman god of speed. This classic 1943-P Mercury Dime makes a great addition to any collection. To find the mint-mark on a mercury dime look at the reverse. Free shipping. 1916 Mercury Dimes, Silver Mercury Dimes 1916-1945, 1931 Mercury Dimes, Uncirculated Mercury Dimes 1916-1945, PCGS Certified Mercury Dimes 1916-1945, 1919 Year Mercury Dimes (1916-1945), 1926 Year Mercury Dimes (1916-1945), 1917 D Mercury Dime, 1942 D Mercury Dime, 1917 Year Mercury Dimes (1916-1945) By far, this is the most widely known and …

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The 1942/1 Mercury Dime (Buy on eBay) is a rare overdate coin which shows the numeral “2 over 1” for the final digit of the date.The variety was created when two obverse dies were impressed with a 1941 dated hub and then a 1942 dated hub. Struck in 1943 by the historic Denver Mint. This classic 1943-D Mercury Dime makes a great addition to any collection. 1943 Mercury Dime 90% Silver Fine FN ** Free Shipping With Five Items!! One in great shape or uncirculated condition is worth up to $30.

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This was the second highest amount produced in the series, only surpassed by the 231 million minted in 1944.


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$2.00. In 1943, the US mint at Philadelphia created 191,710,000 examples of the Mercury Dime. The NGC Coin Explorer is a complete Mercury Dimes reference guide.

A 1943 S Mercury dime in poor condition is worth around $3. Detailed information about the coin 1 Dime "Mercury Dime", United States, with pictures and collection and swap management : mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data

1 oz Copper Round - Mercury Dime. Silver dime. Silver Melt: $1.26 Value: As a rough estimate of this coins value you can assume this coin in average condition will be valued at somewhere around $3, while one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $30 at auction. Mercury Dime (1916-1945) Mercury dimes are very popular ten-cent pieces produced by the United States Mint from 1916 to 1945. This page is dedicated exclusively to the 1943 Mercury Dime. You will find a lot of information below such as mintages, specifications, and images. The designer was Adolph Alexander Weinman for PCGS #5048. This dime is needed by anyone hoping to build a complete date and mint mark collection, so you`ll want to order today!

You will find a lot of information below such as mintages, specifications, and images.

A 1943 S Mercury dime in poor condition is worth around $3. Struck in 1943 by the historic Philadelphia Mint. We also have a Mercury Dime Grading Forum to help you establish a grade for your Mercury Dime.

1943 Mercury Dime The United States Mint, though from humble origins, is now one of the largest and most popular minting facilities in the world. Throughout the mint’s storied history, it has produced a large number of coins that are now extremely popular in the eyes of collectors. Free shipping . Shipping: + $0.99 Shipping . Almost gone. Be sure to visit our Mercury Dime Forum if you need help. The 1943 Mercury dime was struck between 1916 and 1945. We also have a Mercury Dime Grading Forum to help you establish a grade for your Mercury Dime. To find the mint-mark on a mercury dime look at the reverse. History of the 1943 Mercury Dime.