Question by  Nancy (578)

Is the value of a 1941 dime more than 10 cents?

I just found this old coin and I thought it might be old enough to be worth something.


Answer by  TZ16 (367)

A 1941 dime is made of silver, not a clad mixture of copper, zinc and other metal alloys. A dime is approximately 10% of an ounce. At a minimum, the value of the silver in the dime is worth more than 10 cents. If the dime is not too worn out, it can be very valuable to a collector.


Answer by  dooph (24)

Yes. Although many old coins are at least worth their silver value, the 1941 liberty dime is worth eight to twelve times its face value.


Answer by  fishlover49 (643)

The value of the dime depends on several factors including what it was made out of and the condition of the coin. You can always take it to be appraised


Answer by  Lindy (7)

According to wiki answers the value of a 1941 dime is anywhere from one humdred twenty five dollars to six hundred dollars.

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