1943 Liberty Dime

  

A 1943 dime has an average buying price of.40 cents.If it is very fine it could be worth.95 to $1.10 It also depends on the mint mark.I am guessing yours does not have a 'D' or an 'S' on it. Now this price came from a 2002 mBlackbook Price Guide. 1943 Mercury Dime, MS-65FB $ 25.00. SKU: W1498 Categories: Coins, Dimes, Mercury Dimes. Liberty Coin Service 400 Frandor Ave. Lansing, MI 48912. 1943 Dime Value Minimum 1943 dime value is $1.87 for a coin in 'good' condition through 'extremely fine' condition. Most of these silver dimes, if they show worn surfaces, are priced at the value of their silver content. Mercury dimes from 1943 begin to have collector value when they are 'uncirculated,' a coin with no wear and still lustrous. 1863 Liberty Seated dime — $550+ 1864 Liberty Seated dime — $250+ 1865 Liberty Seated dime — $400+ 1866 Liberty Seated dime — $675+ 1867 Liberty Seated dime — $500+ 1870-S Liberty Seated dime — $200+ 1871-CC Liberty Seated dime — $2,750+ 1872-CC Liberty Seated dime — $1,100+ 1873-CC Liberty Seated dime — $1,000,000+. 1943 Liberty Head Dime or Mercury Dime. (Minted 1916-1945). Composition.900 silver.100 copper. Coin is from stuff collected over the past 50 years.

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General
Type: United States 'Mercury Dime' Silver 10 Cents
Years: 1916 - 1945 Cat. Num.: KM# 140
Country: United States Period: Republic
Currency: United States Dollar Face value: 10 Cents
System: Decimal 3 Cents = Trime
5 Cents = Nickel
10 Cents = Dime
25 Cents = Quarter
50 Cents = Half Dollar
100 Cents = 1 Dollar
Gold
2.50 Dollars = Quarter Eagle
4 Dollars = Stella
5 Dollars = Half Eagle
10 Dollars = Eagle
20 Dollars = Double Eagle
Desgr/Engr: Adolph A. Weinman
Obverse: Winged-capped Liberty
Legend: LIBERTY IN GOD WE TRUST
Reverse: Fasces
Legend: UNITED·STATES·OF·AMERICA E·PLURIBUS UNUM ONE DIME
Edge: Reeded
Purpose: Circulation
Issue
Year:
Mint: Philadelphia
Mintage: 191,710,000
Scarcity:
Valuation:
Notes:
Grades & Prices Available
(VF)
$4.25
(EF)Sold
Specifications
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight (g): 2.5000g
Weight (Oz): 0.08 Oz
Net Content: 0.07 Oz (2.25g)
Bullion Value: $1.98
Alignment:
Diameter: 17.90mm
Thickness:
Description

Although most commonly referred to as the 'Mercury' dime, the coin does not depict the Roman messenger god. The obverse figure is a depiction of the mythological goddess Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, a classic symbol of liberty and freedom, with its wings intended to symbolize freedom of thought. Designed by noted sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, the Winged Liberty Head dime is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful U.S. coin designs ever produced. The composition (90 percent silver, 10 percent copper) and diameter (17.9 millimeters) of the 'Mercury' dime was unchanged from the Barber dime.

Weinman (who had studied under Augustus Saint-Gaudens) won a 1915 competition against two other artists for the design job, and is thought to have modeled his version of Liberty on Elsie Kachel Stevens, wife of noted poet Wallace Stevens. The reverse design, a fasces juxtaposed with an olive branch, was intended to symbolize America's readiness for war, combined with its desire for peace. The fasces symbol was later officially adopted by Benito Mussolini and his National Fascist Party, though this was the fourth party with a name invoking the fasces (in Italian: fascio) to which Mussolini had belonged. The symbol was also common in American iconography and has generally avoided any stigma associated with its usage in wartime Italy.

The 1916-D issue of only 264,000 coins is highly sought after, due largely to the fact that the overwhelming majority of the dimes struck at the Denver Mint in 1916 carried the pre-existing Barber design. Thus, the 1916-D is worth up to thousands of dollars if it is in relatively fine condition. A considerable number of common 1916 Philadelphia mint dimes have been altered with a 'D' added, so buyers should be careful to purchase only from reputable dealers or to accept only sealed and graded coins.

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Many coins in the 'Mercury' series exhibit striking defects, most notably the fact that the line separating the two horizontal bands in the center of the fasces is often missing, in whole or in part; the 1945 issue of the Philadelphia Mint hardly ever appears with this line complete from left to right, and as a result, such coins are worth more than usual for uncirculated specimens. A valuable variety is an overdate, where 1942 was stamped over a 1941 die at the Philadelphia mint. A less obvious example from the same year is from the Denver mint.

Of particular interest to numismatics is the condition of the horizontal bands tying together the bundle on the fasces, on the coin's reverse. On well-struck examples, separation exists within the two sets of bands (known as Full Split Bands). Coins exhibiting this feature are typically valued higher than those without it.

Value Range
YearMintageGFVFEFAUUNCBUPROOF
1943191,710,000$2.30$2.50$4.60$5.60$6.60$7.60$32.00

1943 Liberty Dime W Value

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CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1943 Mercury Dime value at an average of $2, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $30. (see details)..

Type:Mercury Dime
Year:1943
Mint Mark: No mint mark
Face Value: 0.10 USD
Total Produced: 191,710,000 [?]
Silver Content: 90%
Silver Weight: .0723 oz.
Silver Melt: $1.97
Value: As a rough estimate of this coins value you can assume this coin in average condition will be valued at somewhere around $2, while one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $30 at auction. This price does not reference any standard coin grading scale. So when we say average, we mean in a similar condition to other coins issued in 1943, and mint state meaning it is certified MS+ by one of the top coin grading companies. [?].

Additional Info: The 1943 Mercury dime contains 90% silver (.0723 oz pure silver). This version (p) was minted at the Philadelphia mint and was the most widely produced this year. They represent near 2/3 of the dime coinage for 1943.

Numismatic vs Intrinsic Value:This coin in poor condition is still worth $0.03 more than the intrinsic value from silver content of $1.97, this coin is thus more valuable to a collector than to a silver bug. Coins worth more to a collectors may be a better long term investment. If the metal prices drop you will still have a coin that a numismatic would want to buy.

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Current silver melt value* for a 1943 No mint mark is $1.97 and this price is based off the current silver spot price of $27.22 This value is dynamic so bookmark it and comeback for an up to the minute silver melt value.

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**When we say that 191,710,000, of these coins were produced or minted in 1943 this number doesn't always match the actual circulation count for this coin. The numbers come from the United States mint, and they don't reflect coins that have been melted, destroyed, or those that have never been released. Please keep that in mind.

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