Mercury Dimes

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The initials FB = Full Bands.

There are 5 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on June 16, 2021

Photo Date Grade TPG GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Mercury  1916S 1916-S
Gem $435 Superb Gem Original, Burnt Gold -Gray Patina, Frosty Luster, CAC Approval. A premium first year Merucry dime strike from the San Francisco mint. This superb gem has uniform burnt gold patina on both sides along with underlying frosty luster. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with CAC approval. Old time toning and eye appeal that is unquestionably CAC worth and consistent with what collectors strive to locate. A 2019 Winter Baltimore show new purchase that belongs in an advanced collection.
Mercury  1919 1919
Double Die Obverse
Choice $1975 Double Die Obverse, Rare CAC Approved Offering, AuburnNY Accordian Collection. This 1919 Double Die Obverse offering just happens to be one of the nicest low-grade examples known. The AuburnNY Accordian consignor indicates that a total of 32 examples are presently known with four of those being CAC approved (FR2, this AG3, G04, and VF20). GFRC images accurately represent the well worn surfaces, gray patina, and bold die doubling on GOD and TRUST. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with CAC approach. An important offering for those collecting against the CherryPickers guide.
Mercury  1935D 1935-D
Choice $55 Brilliant Satiny Luster, Worn Dies, Untoned, Mark Mattox Estate (Alexandria Collection). Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder.
Mercury  1938 1938
Gem $110 Superb Ge, Brilliant Luster, Heavily Polished Obverse Die, Full Bands . I love the subtle rainbow toning on right obverse. This area is covered with deep die polish lines. Reverse has hints of gold and swirling cartwheels. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder. From the Mark Mattox Estate (Alexandria Collection).
Mercury  1942/41 1942/41
Choice $1450 New June 16! Iconic 1942/41 Overdate, Colorful Toning, Choice Surfaces. How often did many childhood collectors dream of picking a 1942/41 overdate out of circulation or in a junk silver bucket at a local coin shop? I know I did but without luck. This colorfully toned example would be ideal for filling in one of the remaining holes in a complete Mercury dime set. Surfaces feature light wear with intermixed olive, rose, and gold patina. Overall eye appeal is well above average as compared to dipped white frosty pieces. I love my silver coinage to have character and this offering certainly does. Housed in NGC Gen 17 (2004-2008) holder with CAC approval.