Mercury Head Dime Collection

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Shraiker, Mar 28, 2021.

  1. Shraiker

    Shraiker New Member

    Hi so I’m new here. I have a collection of Mercury head dimes and I was wanting to find out it’s value from anyone willing to tell me. As I am currently at work right now I will post a picture when I get home, all dimes in the collection are labeled with the date and mint mark.
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  3. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Sounds good. Once you get some pictures we will be able to help you with your questions.
    Welcome! :)
  4. manny9655

    manny9655 Well-Known Member

    There are a few key dates to look for. The 1916-D is one of the rarest coins of the 20th Century. Other keys include the 1921, 1921-D and the 1942/41 overdate. The 1926-S is a semi-key. Welcome to the forum! Can't wait to see your photos.
  5. Shraiker

    Shraiker New Member

    84DDEFB6-55C7-48DD-8759-11157535F128.jpeg 7594DA02-F561-43BA-81B8-9CEBFC2906B7.jpeg BA8C63A5-6943-44A2-B437-E06F9EE17245.jpeg B75EBF80-A006-467B-AF23-68E592D8016A.jpeg Ok sorry for the delay everyone. Here’s the collection that I’ve put together over the past 5 years. I worked hard to collect most of these but unfortunately I’m in need of some money desperately. So any estimates on value of these would be much appreciated. If you would like a closer look at any, just ask, I will try my best to show everyone what they want.
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  6. Matthew Kruse

    Matthew Kruse Young Numismatist

    Every one is worth at least melt value but the ones with lower mintages or in better condition are worth more. You have a 1931 S with 1.8 million so that one is worth considerably more than melt value. As of me writing this, melt is at $1.80 each dime, although silver has been down for about that past month or so. Hope you get back on your feet soon.
  7. Shraiker

    Shraiker New Member

    Sorry, that was my bad, that dime was another 1945 dime that I put in here just so it would have a safe place to stay. Unfortunately I do not have the 1931 s.
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  10. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Well-Known Member

    Welcome to Coin Talk. Sorry, from what I can see you don't have the key dates nor any high grade coins. It would be hard for you to get much more than melt value for them. Good luck when you do sell them. :)
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2021
  11. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    I would look elsewhere for the funds you need. This is a nice start to a lowball collection and not worth enough to help you. Welcome to CT.
  12. Shraiker

    Shraiker New Member

    Thank you all, I will look somewhere else for money, in the meantime, I also have a collection of wheat pennies and Jefferson nickels that I can show you all
  13. Shraiker

    Shraiker New Member

    Here are the nickels and pennies. ENJOY

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