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.
Q&A Related to "How Much Is a Copper Dime Worth?"
There's no such thing as a copper dime. All 1911 dimes (in fact all dimes up till 1964) were made of a 90%silver alloy. It's quite possible your coin is simply an ordinary silver
The Liberty dime design was one of two coin designs awarded to German-born sculptor Adolph A. Weinman. Weinman also designed the walking Liberty half dollar. Liberty dimes were produced
Some 1967 dimes are 40-50 percent silver no full silver
About $0.75
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