It would be worth 5½ cents! (Half of a dime and half of a penny)AnswerFrom a collectible point of view, very little. This is a "trick" coin used in several different magic tricks. It may also be something that someone chose to make on a lark. Some stores and banks will probably not accept it as legal tender.
Lincoln is on the penny, Roosevelt is on the dime. It's likely a novelty coin with no value.
It's a novelty coin, manufactured for the close-up magic crowd. You can purchase them from novelty shops and there is no special value. If you look closely at the dime side you should notice a small line where a dime was inserted into a hollowed out penny. Post a picture somewhere I want to see...
It depends on the currency and the coin. In the US a penny is one cent, a nickel five cents, a dime ten cents, and a quarter twenty five cents.
One Mexican peso is worth about a dime in the US, maybe a dime plus a penny or two.
no its a magician coin should have a thin cover for otherside
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin has been plated.
Australia does not have a dime coin.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated with a silver-colored metal.
Eleven Cents. This is another version of the magician's coin made by milling two real coins and gluing them together. It sinks to the lowest common denominator: the penny! These magician's coins generally sell for a few dollars apiece -- as a novelty item.
New Zealand has neither a dime or a 3 dime coin.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. For starters, it would be worth more than a dime! Your coin was plated for use in jewelry or something similar. That makes it an altered coin worth face value only.
The British have never produced a Dime coin.
It is known as a "magician's coin" and really isn't worth that much at all.
A penny is one tenth of a dime.
Not much maybe a dime.
Since a penny blank won't fit into the machine when it's stamping dimes, it is virtually impossible to strike a dime on a penny blank. You would need to have your coin professionally examined and certified before you could even consider putting a value on it. Try checking out the ANACS Show page to see if they will be attending any coin shows in your area, where you can take your coin and have it examined for free : http://www.anacs.com/Default.aspx?Page=4
The value of a 1800 silver dime depends on the condition of the coin. In mint condition this coin sells for as much as 2000 dollars as of 2014.
Penny- 2.41 cents Nickel- 11.18 Dime- 5.65 Quarter- 11.14 1$ coin- 18.03 Its absurd considering it cost twice as much to make a penny and a nickel then what they are worth.
If, and I stress, if it is legitimate, you have something that might be unknown in the coin collecting world. Find an expert. The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated.
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The value of a 1964 dime is approximately $3.00. Unfortunately the date on the coin does not matter as much as the amount of silver in the coin.
a dime plus 4/10 of a penny
Australia does not have a "Dime" coin.
11centsThe joke answer is 5.5 cents (half of a cent and half of a dime) but if the dime half is actually silver and not copper-nickel would be worth about $2, IF you could separate the pieces.It's actually a novelty item made by cutting a dime and a penny in half and joining the sides of each. It's very similar to a two-headed or two-tailed magician's coin made using the same techniques.