What is the value of a mercury dime?

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As of 2011, a mercury dime could be worth as much silvers price weighing just below 2.5 grams which is about 10 pounds. This is because the coin is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. You can get the current market price by contacting a coin dealer.
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