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How much is a 1960 silver dime worth today?

CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1960 Roosevelt Dime value at an average of $3.00, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $12. (see details)…

Where is the mint mark on a 1960 dime?

The US minted the 1960 dime with no mint mark and also the 1960 D dime. The mint mark, when present, can be found on the reverse side of the coin.

What 1960s dimes are worth money?

Values based off MS-65 grade.

  • 1969 P Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $10.00*
  • 1968 S Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $0.00*
  • 1968 D Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $8.50*
  • 1968 P Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $8.00*
  • 1967 P Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $9.50*
  • 1966 P Roosevelt Dime | Worth Up to $8.00*

What’s the most valuable silver dime?

These are the 20 most valuable dimes, and they are worth a combined $6.1 million.

  • 1872 CC Seated Liberty Dime.
  • 1805 4 Berries Draped Bust Dime.
  • 1916 D Full Band Mercury Dime.
  • 1798 Small 8 Draped Bust Dime.
  • 1871 CC Seated Liberty Dime.
  • 1975 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof.
  • 1873 CC No Arrows Seated Liberty Dime.
  • 1894 S Barber Dime.

How much is my 1965 dime worth?

Uncirculated 1965 dimes (the kind that have never been spent as money) are worth about 30 cents and up. SMS 1965 dimes (included in the 1965 Special Mint Set) are worth about $1.50 or more.

What does the P mean on a dime?

It means that the coin was minted at the West Point Mint in New York. D stands for the Denver Mint, P stands for the Philadelphia Mint and “S” stands for the San Francisco Mint.

What does the P on a coin mean?

The current mint marks on United States coinage are P, D, S, and W for the 4 currently operating US Mints. The letter P is used for the Philadelphia Mint, D for the Denver Mint, S for the San Francisco Mint, and W for the West Point Mint.

What does FS mean on a coin?

First Strike

What does FS mean in silver?

fine silver

What is the highest grade for coins?

For most of numismatic history, the highest possible grade on the familiar 1-to-70 coin grading scale was an ideal to be considered rather than a realistic grade to be attained.

What nickel is worth a lot of money?

Here are the top 10 most valuable nickels: 1913 Liberty Nickel – The Olsen Specimen: $3,737,500. 1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel – Doubled Die Obverse: $350,750. 1926-S Buffalo Nickel: $322,000.

What is a 1964 silver nickel worth?

The composition of a 1964 nickel is a combination of nickel-copper. The 1964 nickel contains 0% silver. The only Jefferson nickels to contain silver were from 1942–1945 and they contained 35% silver.

Do nickels from 1964 have silver?

The 1964 nickel contains 0% silver. The only Jefferson nickels to contain silver were from 1942–1945 and they contained 35% silver. That’s why 1942–45 nickels are called “war nickles”. 1964 and older dollars, half dollars, quarters and dimes all had a 90% silver composition.