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 How much is a 1942 mercury dime worth?

Answer The value of a circulated 1942 mercury dime is based on the current price of silver. As of December 2009 the market price of silver is just over $18 per ounce, so a silver dime is worth over $1.30.... Read More »
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How much is a liberty 1942 dime worth?

The majority of the 1942 Liberty dimes, also called the Mercury dimes, are worth $3 to $4. Certain Liberty dimes minted at the Denver and Philadelphia mints have a mistake, an over-date reading 194... Read More »
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How much is a 1917 mercury dime?

A 1917 mercury dime with a mint mark of Denver "D" is valued at $4.50 to $77, and the San Francisco "S" mint mark is valued at $1 to $41.00. The values could be higher or lower depending on the con... Read More »
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How much silver weight is in a Mercury Liberty dime?

There are .07234 oz. of pure silver in a Mercury Liberty dime. The coins each have a total weight of 2.5 g, or 0.08038 oz. Mercury Liberty dimes are composed of 90 percent silver and 10 percent cop... Read More »
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How much did postage stamp cost in 1942?

According to the Postal Regulatory Commission, a first-class stamp cost three cents from July 5, 1932 to August 1, 1958. Postcard stamps cost one cent from 1926 to January 1, 1952. First-class rate... Read More »
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