Mercury dimes were common in pocket change until the 1960s when most were pulled from circulation by collectors.
Mercury Dime Details and Specifications
|Diameter||17.91 mm (0.705 inches)|
|Reverse||Olive branch and a fasces (bundle of sticks with a blade sticking out to the left)|
|Coin Mass||2.5 grams|
|Composition||90% silver, 10% copper|
|Silver Content||2.25 grams (0.0723 troy ounces)|
|Mint Mark||Mint mark is located on the bottom left of the coin's reverse between the "E" in ONE and the base of the olive branch. The Mercury dime was minted at three different mints, the Denver Mint (D), the San Francisco Mint (S), and the Philadelphia Mint (P).|
|Key Dates||The 1916-D Mercury Dime is considered to be the most significant key date of all Mercury Dime mintages. Only 264,000 Mercury Dimes were struck at the Denver mint in 1916, and far less than that have survived the test of time.|
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|Weight||.715 troy ounces|
|BOLD Precious Metals||$13.18||+1.28|
The Mercury Dimes $1 FV coin contains .715 troy ounces of silver bullion. The melt value of one Mercury Dimes $1 FV coin is $11.90 based on the current silver spot price.
The average price for Mercury Dimes $1 FV for the past 7 days is $15.88.