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1944-D Mercury Dime

1944-D Mercury Dimes


 
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The 1944-D Mercury Dime had a mintage of just 62,224,000 coins. These Liberty Head Dimes contain .0723 ounces of silver. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. You can view the "general guidelines" as to what condition you can expect for each grade on the main page for these Mercury Dimes. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for your order to leave our offices as each coin must be inspected and graded prior to packaging.


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1944DD7 1944-D Mercury Dime - VG7
$4.95
1944DD12 1944-D Mercury Dime - F12
$5.50
1944DD20 1944-D Mercury Dime - VF20
$5.95
1944DD40 1944-D Mercury Dime - EF40
$6.95
1944DDU 1944-D Mercury Dime - BU
$13.95
1944DD64 1944-D Mercury Dime - NGC MS64 FB
$31.95
1944DD65 1944-D Mercury Dime - NGC MS65 FB
$36.95
1944DD66 1944-D Mercury Dime - NGC MS66 FB
$46.95
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These coins generally ship within 3 - 5 business days.


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5 of 5 Mercury Dime June 13, 2017
Reviewer: Joseph Longo from Waldwick, NJ United States  
This is one of several Mercury dimes that I've purchased, and I have found that the grading system is very good and reliable.

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