Adolph A. Weinman designed the Mercury Dime which was minted from 1916 to 1945. Mercury Dimes were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.
1916-D and the 1942/1 overdates are the most famous as well as the rarest and most expensive Mercury Dimes. But there still plenty of dates from this popular early series that can still be purchased in high grade for a very modest sum.
CAC. A nice problem-free example of this rare date.
Very attractive with proper detail and ideal light coin-gray surfaces.
Satiny white luster and a sharp strike with nice clean surfaces. The 'key' to the series and an outstanding coin for the grade!
Solid detail with attractive light coin-gray surfaces.
CAC. Solid detail and pleasing natural coin-gray surfaces.
Sharply struck with rich mint luster over attractive surfaces that have a faint golden hue. A wonderful example of this 'key' date and housed in an old green label holder!
CAC. Strong detail with beautiful problem-free, even coin-gray surfaces.
CAC. Sharply struck with vibrant luster and rich orange, plum, and green-gray toning.
CAC. A thick silver-white luster patina, with a touch of toning, coats this nearly perfect coin. Two MS-67+ coins are all that have graded finer at PCGS.
Vibrant cream-white luster over beautiful surfaces that are devoid of marks. Super quality!
Sharply struck with bright lustrous surfaces that have a light golden tint.
Sharply struck with full band definition. The surfaces are lustrous and original with golden-tan toning.
CAC. Rich satiny white luster and a sharp strike with nearly pristine original surfaces. Wonderful eye appeal!
Well struck and a near-Gem with speckles of gray-gold toning over lustrous surfaces.
CAC. Sharply struck with lustrous surfaces that have a light golden-tan hue. A better date that is particularly tough to find with full band detail.
CAC. Sharply struck with vibrant luster showing thru original toned surfaces.