How Much Is a Copper Dime Worth?


The value of a copper dime will depend on the year it was minted and how well preserved it is. Even so, unless you have a copper dime with a minting error on it, you can expect to receive only about $1 to $3 for your coin. Copper alloy dimes started circulating in 1965, so only the older ones have a higher value, while the more recent ones should be taken at their face value of 10 cents.
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1992 D dime No extra value, it is gold-plated which for collectors means
Barber dimes were produced from 1892 to 1916. The Barber design was replaced by the Liberty head dime design. The 1899 Barber dime was produced in Philadelphia, San Fransisco and
1965 to date dimes were manufactured with .75 copper core and .25 nickel plating bonded to the core. If you have a copper dime without the nickel plating you might have a minting
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