Eight Rare Dimes And rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $72 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

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Rare dimes include the 1894-S Barber Dime. Limited to 24, this dime is a numismatic unicorn. Scarcity and historical importance make it a popular coin among collectors and speculators. 

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The 1894-S Barber Dime: A Priceless Gem

The flying liberty head of the 1916-D Mercury Dime makes it uncommon. Struck in Denver, its restricted mintage and unique design make it appealing.  

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The 1916-D Mercury Dime: A Dime of Distinction

Mystery awaits with the 1942/1 Mercury Dime Overdate. This dime, minted during a changeover, has the prior year's date, making it rarer. 

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The 1942/1 Mercury Dime Overdate: A Numismatic Mystery

One of the most famous numismatic gems, the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel appeared in the heist thriller “Ocean’s Eleven.” There are only five known instances, so finding this coin is like winning a lottery.  

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The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel: A Classic Rarity

The rare 1870-S Seated Liberty Dime transports us to the post-Civil War age of reconstruction. Low mintage and longevity make it a symbol of perseverance. 

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The 1870-S Seated Liberty Dime: A Frontier Relic

Representing New Orleans' early minting perseverance, the 1838-O Capped Bust Half Dollar is a southern rare with historical value. Low mintage and survival problems make it popular with collectors. 

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The 1838-O Capped Bust Half Dollar: A Southern Rarity

Coin collecting was forever changed by Carson City's 1873-CC No Arrows Seated Liberty Dime. With its mintmark, this dime conveys an Old West story. 

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The 1873-CC No Arrows Seated Liberty Dime: A Carson City Marvel

As one of the first US dimes, the 1796 Draped Bust Dime is a numismatic gem. Its association with the nation's youth enhances its uniqueness.  

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The 1796 Draped Bust Dime: An Early American Rarity

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Eight Rare Dimes And rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $70 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation