1916 D 10c Ms Mercury Dime

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1916-D Mercury Dime Value

The 1916-D mercury dime value ranges from $1 to $100,000 depending on the quality of the coin and its mint strike type.

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What is a 1916-D Mercury Dime?

The 1916-D Mercury Dime is a silver coin that was produced at the Denver mint. It has a legal tender value of $0.10. This was produced as a "Mint Strike" coin which usually means it was intended for circulation. Considered to be a rare coin, having a low mintage of 264,000. Although it may not be a low enough mintage to attract serious investors. This coin was minted in the first year of its series, and is a more popular coin to collectors for that reason, but not necessarily to investors. This coin contains a relatively small amount of silver at 2.24853 grams (0.07 oz. Adjusted Silver Weight).

1916-D 10c Mercury Dime (Obverse)

1916-D 10c Mercury Dime (Reverse)

Coin Specifications

Year 1916
Mint Denver
Mintage 264,000
Diameter 17.8 millimeters
Production Mint Strike
Material Silver
Weight 2.5000 grams / 0.0804 ounces
Precious Metal Silver
Metal Content 2.2485 grams / 0.0723 ounces
Metal Value $1.75  (as of 2021-10-22, 3:10 AM)
Obverse Designer Adolph A. Weinman
Reverse Designer Adolph A. Weinman
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