That's off by about 65 years. Mercury dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. A dime from 1853 would be called a Liberty dime or Liberty Seated dime.
The value of a Mercury silver dime varies depending on the year and condition. At a bare minimum they start at close to $1.85 each.
The first MERCURY dime was struck in 1916
dime = 10 cents
Mercury dimes were struck from 1916-1945. A 1907 dime is called a Barber (1892-1916) dime. It's a common date coin with a average value of $3.00.
A 1926 Mercury dime is common, average value is $3.00-$6.00 depending on the condition of the coin.
The US never minted a flowing-hair dime. A dime from 1937 would be a Winged Liberty dime, normally called a "Mercury" dime because the wings on Miss Liberty's cap make her resemble the Roman god Mercury. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1937 Mercury dime?" for more information.
a 1936 dime is called a mercury dime. they aren't rare so they are worth around a dollar
a 1917 us dime is called a mercury dime. its not that rare so it is worth about a dollar
A '44 Mercury dime is worth about $2.50.
Mercury dimes were minted from 1916 to 1945. Your coin is called a Barber dime, after its designer Charles Barber.
Look at the date again, the first Mercury Head dime was made in 1916. Post new question.
A 1937 Mercury dime is common, average value is $3.00-$6.00 depending on the condition of the coin.
The value of a 1943 Silver Mercury Dime in circulated condition is about $3; in uncirculated condition, $7 to $8.
The 1917 Mercury dime is a common date for the series, values of average circulated coins run from $4.00 to $5.00.
With a date of 1912 it's not a Mercury dime, it's a Barber dime. The first Mercury dimes were struck in 1916. Assuming the coin is in average circulated condition and has no mintmarks, value is $3.00-$6.00.
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A 1927 Mercury Head dime in average condition is $3.00-$5.00.
Novelty coins have no numismatic collectible value.
Mercury dimes were made from 1916 to 1945. A dime from 1896 would be called a Barber dime after its designer Charles Barber, or a Liberty dime. See the Related Question for values.
This is a very common date for Mercury dimes. If it has any wear at all the value is for the silver, about $2.00.
1900 would make it a Barber dime, not a Mercury dime (the Mercury design wasn't introduced until 1916). The value depends on condition and mint. It's worth at least $3.00 for a worn Philadelphia specimen, and over $100 for a better New Orleans.
Back in 1903, the nickel was called, the "Liberty" nickel. The name "Mercury" only refers to the dime and came into circulation in 1916. The "Mercury" dime was produced until 1945. In 1946 to present, it is called the "Roosevelt" dime.
The 1923 Mercury dime is a common date coin, average circulated coins are $4.00-$7.00, better grade are $15.00-$30.00.
A Mercury Head dime date 1926 with no mintmark has a retail value of $2.50 to $6.00 for a coin in average circulated condition.
The 1943 Mercury dime was struck between 1916 and 1945. Struck .900 silver, it's callec the mercury dime because people thought the liberty image looked like Mercury, roman god of speed. Surprisingly, they have very little value now.