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1942 Mercury Dime NGC PF65

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  • Title: 1942 Mercury Dime NGC PF65
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The 1942 Mercury Dimes are quite popular amongst coin collectors with their fine sculpting and exceeding quality standards. Though the Mercury Dime was struck by United States from 1916 to 1945, but the 1942 mint held a distinctive significance in the heart of investors.

Obverse:

The obverse features a young and beautiful portrait of Lady Liberty, in a side pose wearing a winged cap, which symbolizes ‘liberty of thought’. This captivating image was sculpted by Adolph Weinman.

 

Reverse:

Also designed by Adolph Weinman, the reverse shows olive branches wrapped cordially around a fasces (bamboo). It was designed in 1916.

Product Specifications:

  • Available in 2 grades:
  • 1942 Mercury Dime NGC PF65
  • 1942 Mercury Dime NGC PF66
  • Composed of 90% silver
  • Face value of $10

Mercury dimes are a popular series to collect amongst coin collectors. Demand is relatively strong for coins in uncirculated condition.  For lower grade circulated coins, a majority of its value is based upon its silver content.  Each dime contains almost 1/10 of an ounce of silver (0.0723 oz. exactly). As of this writing, silver is currently selling for almost $28 per troy ounce. Therefore, each dime contains approximately $2.00 worth of silver. If you want top dollar for your coins, you need to sort them and organize them so the dealer can quickly see what you have.

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