How To Spot These 6 Valuable Dimes – Is One Worth Close to $4 Million?

1873-CC MS65 Arrows Liberty Seated Dime An estimated 18,791 mintage of the 1873-CC Arrows Liberty Seated Dime was struck at the Carson City Mint.

According to the Professional Coin Grading Services (PCGS) price guide, such a coin in circulated condition is worth between $2,500 and $75,000.

1975 ‘No-S’ Proof Roosevelt Dime The 1975 “No-S” Proof Dime is valuable for two reasons, according to PCGS. The first: It has no mint mark.

The second: The proofing error was possibly deliberately made. There are believed to be just two of these rare dimes knowingly discovered.

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1796 MS67 Draped Bust Dime In 1796, the Philadelphia Mint issued 22,135 of these dimes. These coins are unique because they have a small eagle on the reverse.

This extremely rare coin can be worth as much as a house. One sold for $372,000 last January, according to PCGS.

1792 MS68 Bust Half Dime (Disme) In 1793, the Philadelphia Mint manufactured 1,500 pieces of the 1792 MS 68 Bust Half Dime (Disme) — using mostly silver and some copper.

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