How much is a 1930 dime worth?

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The 1930 Mercury Dime usually sells for $150 to $600. The 1930 S Mercury dime is worth a little bit more than the 1930 regular Mercury Dime in good condition. However, in perfect condition they are both worth about the same amount. You can find more information here: values.hobbizine.com
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10 cents
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Well, in Canada, where I am, and in the United States of America, a dime is worth 10 pennies. You can't buy much with a dime. You can't even use it to make a phone call anymore.
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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
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Quite a bit because 1887 was a rare year with only 350,000 minted, so in VG - 8 condition it could be worth up to $65.
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