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    Posted: 19 Mar 2012 at 9:38pm
I finally found my 1916D Mercury Dime, certified AG3 by NGC. (And I personally think it's an undergraded G4)

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What do y'all think?

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nice perfect ag-3!

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Can someone please help? I found a 1965 dime that weighs 2.5 grams and passes acid test. 90% silver . I have no clue what to do and I am new to forum.  Thanks in advance.
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Originally posted by hubertx1 hubertx1 wrote:

Can someone please help? I found a 1965 dime that weighs 2.5 grams and passes acid test. 90% silver . I have no clue what to do and I am new to forum.  Thanks in advance.
Sir, you're posting in the wrong place, but I can help. ;)

First and foremost, you should take the coin in question to a dealer. It is hard to determine such errors over the internet. If it is ineed 2.5 grams, you may have a rarity worth a LOT of ca$$h.

Second, can you upload pics of this coin?

Thanks and hopes this helps.

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Originally posted by hubertx1 hubertx1 wrote:

Can someone please help? I found a 1965 dime that weighs 2.5 grams and passes acid test. 90% silver . I have no clue what to do and I am new to forum.  Thanks in advance.

r u serious???  that would be a very rare transitional dime, maybe 20  - 25 known.  my guess = $5000 if it is about au or so

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