Gold: $2343.90  Silver: $27.94  Platinum: $984.00  90% Junk $1 FV: $19.98  Gold/Silver Ratio: 83.89

1 oz Mercury Dime Silver Round

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$30.95 $3.01
(10.77% prem)
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$31.04 $3.10
(11.10% prem)
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$32.58 $4.64
(16.61% prem)

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$34.08 $6.14
(21.98% prem)

Melt Value: 1 oz Mercury Dime Silver Round

This silver round contains 1.000 troy ounces of bullion. Based on the metal content and weight, the intrinsic melt value of one 1 oz Mercury Dime Silver Round is $27.94 based on today's silver spot price.

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1 oz Mercury Dime Silver Round

The design of these private mint silver rounds mimics that of the famous Mercury dime.

The Winged Liberty Head dime gets it name from the stylized portrait of Lady Liberty that graces the obverse of the coin. Her long hair is molded into the shape of a winged helmet. Similar to the one worn by Mercury, the Ancient Roman god of messengers, travelers and thieves.

Mercury Dime Replica 1 oz Silver Round details:

  • Obverse shows an enlarged design from the Winged Liberty Head dime.
  • Reverse features the entwined olive branch design symbolizing America's preparedness for war.
  • Produced with one troy ounce of .999 fine silver. 

Winged Liberty Head design is typically described officially as a Phrygian Cap, derived from the type of hat worn by freed slaves in Ancient Greece and Rome.

Phrygian caps became popular headwear during the French Revolution because of the symbolism for France and "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".  The cap is sometimes worn out of government protest and is considered to be a mark of freedom from tyranny.

The Mercury design on the dime was is general circulation beginning in 1916 with the last mercury dimes coming out of mint 29 years later in 1945.

The image of lady liberty wearing a winged cap is also thought to symbolize freedom of thought, a core tenet of the First Amendment.


1 oz Mercury Dime Silver Round Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country United States
Type Silver Round
Mint Various
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