Bust Dimes were made from 1796 to 1837. A Small Eagle reverse was used in 1796 and 1797.
Bust Dimes from 1809 to 1837 had a modified obverse and are known as Capped Bust Dimes.
AU Details. Improperly Cleaned.
4 Berries. Solid detail and an even strike with pleasing gray surfaces. Housed in an early NGC holder.
Large O. A beautiful early dime with vibrant luster and original iridescent rainbow toning. A great coin with a wonderful 'old time' look that produces strong eye appeal!
Large Date. Lustrous silver-gray surfaces that exhibit light turquoise and gold tints. The strike is solid and the look is pleasing.
Large Date. Rich satiny luster with attractive gun-metal, olive-green, and lavender toning. Sharply struck with no significant marks.
An attractive early dime in a first generation NGC holder. This coin is extremely well struck with a flashy brilliant core and bright turquoise and russet peripheral toning.
CAC. Large Date.
Small Date. Crisp silver-white luster and a great strike. The Small Date is several times rarer than the Large Date variety.
CAC. Small E's. Outstanding for the grade with strong detail and pretty, original surfaces.
Small E's. Strong detail and fantastic original surfaces with a steel-gray base and underlying turquoise and gold remnant luster. A Gem for the grade!
Attractive light steel-gray surfaces and solid detail. A popular overdate.
Problem-free steel gray surfaces with solid detail. The over-date is clear and distinct.
Well detailed silver-gray surfaces. Scarce and very desirable.
Well detailed with beautiful original lavender-gray surfaces and a touch of golden luster.
JR-4. Well detailed with steel-gray surfaces.
Large Date. JR-2. Well detailed steel-gray surfaces. Housed in an old 'blue label' holder..
CAC. Curl Base 2. An extremely rare variety and extremely popular. Fewer than 40 known with the finest graded at PCGS being a VF-35. This is a wonderful example with problem-free light gray surfaces and solid, even detail.
JR-1. Sharp detail with original deeply toned surfaces.