1968 Silver PL-64/65 Dime

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  1. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    What could I realistically get for this beautiful coin?
     

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  3. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Were Canadian dimes silver in 1968?
     
  4. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    $1.75 - $16 on e-bay
     
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Doubled Die.. Not Double! Supporter

    There were some and they were minted in Philadelphia. With some interesting facts -
    I want to share this Numista webpage information with you -
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  6. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    Three versions for the 1968 Canadian dime and I have all three.
    Silver
    Non silver from Ottawa
    Non silver from Philadelphia USA
    There isn't a number on how many silver ones were made.
     
  7. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

     
  8. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    Guys, this is PL frosted Cameo. The weight is different from normal 68 silver because there's no impurities. Listed is 2.33.
    Mine is 2.27 on two different scales.
     
  9. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    mine looks 1000× better then that example from websites. And I'm only using a 8mp low end phone camera.
     
  10. David Setree Rare Coins

    David Setree Rare Coins Well-Known Member

  11. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    Why is listed at 300$ online then for PL SILVER....
    Your giving me prices for non silver 1968
     
  12. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    The melt value is like 2.70 lol
     
  13. David Setree Rare Coins

    David Setree Rare Coins Well-Known Member

    I can't say what others would sell them for.

    I will sell them for a buck or two. (US dollars).
     
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  14. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    Lol if your selling them for 1 dollar, I'll buy all you have off you. Easy profit
     
  15. carpman98

    carpman98 Member

    Approx. 1/2 the issue in 1968 was 50% silver coinage, and the other half nickel. Melt value in US$ funds is less than .70 cents. If you are paying $1US for 1968 silver dimes, the world will beat a path to your door. 99.99% of 1968 silver is simply bullion. Take your 1968 silver to any dealer and see what you get offered for it.
     
  16. David Setree Rare Coins

    David Setree Rare Coins Well-Known Member

    No. For YOU they are $2. I don't believe we are allowed to do business on the open forum. Send me a private message and I will give you my business address and count up all the Gem BU 1968 Silver dimes and sell you are I have.
     
  17. David Setree Rare Coins

    David Setree Rare Coins Well-Known Member

    You can LOL all you want but I bet you won't put your money where your mouth is and I will never see a cent of it.
     
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  18. CanadianKidEh

    CanadianKidEh New Member

    Well until I read your last message, I was about to message you for 1.50 a dime but if you want to be edited over a lol. Cool see how far that gets yeah in selling.

    You guys must be American .
     
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  19. kkathyl0

    kkathyl0 Member

    both Silver & Non Silver If your looking on internet they should tell you the composite if they do not, then don't buy. Full disclosure always :)
     
  20. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    You may want to check that again...

    And what is this supposed to mean, hotshot? Would it be equally as acceptable for me to equate your pig-headedness to being Canadian?

    You don't like what you've been told, fine... but this leaves you two reasonable choices. The first is to provide independent and verifiable evidence that you're right and everyone else wrong, or you can take it elsewhere to search out someone willing to tell you only what you want to hear. Easy peasy, as they say...
     
  21. David Setree Rare Coins

    David Setree Rare Coins Well-Known Member

    See? Just like I said.
     
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