How Much Is a Copper Dime Worth?

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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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They are copper-nickel clad not just copper.If you got it in pocket change spend it.
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It would be worth around $3 to $4 dollars.
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Copper wire is classified as one of two types: #1 copper wire has no other metal contaminates and #2 copper wire is not "pure. It may have brass connectors, solder and plating.
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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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