$5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated)

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Product Description

The Mercury dimes in these 50-coin, $5 face-value rolls are dated from 1916-1945 and are in Average Circulated condition. Each $5 face-value roll contains 3.575 oz actual Silver weight, making them an efficient way to invest in Silver!

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 5126
Year: 1916-1945
Mint Mark: Varies
Grade: Average Circulated
Denomination: $0.1
Diameter: 17.9 mm
Thickness: 1.2 mm

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$5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated)
 
4.5

(based on 20 reviews)

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88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (11)
  • Value (low premium over spot) (10)
  • Easy to sell (5)
  • Collectible (lower mintage) (4)
  • Recognized brand (3)

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage) (5)

Best Uses

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Very cool - World War II dimes!

    $5 roll of Mercury dimes arrived safely and quickly. It's fun to imagine that some soldiers during World War II might have accidentally carried a few of my dimes with them to Europe or...Read complete review

    $5 roll of Mercury dimes arrived safely and quickly. It's fun to imagine that some soldiers during World War II might have accidentally carried a few of my dimes with them to Europe or Japan. Some of my older Mercury dimes might have been passed on to a victim of the Great Depression so he or she could buy a cup of coffee or a loaf of bread.

    The dimes are in pretty good shape, as advertised. Most are from 1941-1945, but a few are from the 1930s, and I think one was from the 1920s. The redbook value of all of them was no more than about $3, but still, fun purchase.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    3 of 50 (6%) were cull - rest G to VF

    I never expect much from 'average circulated' but I do expect at least good with no issues. In one roll one had a hole, and two looked like they had been hacked by...Read complete review

    I never expect much from 'average circulated' but I do expect at least good with no issues. In one roll one had a hole, and two looked like they had been hacked by tin snips. Three out of 50 does not make the order worth returning, but I would not buy 'average circulated' halves or dollars based upon the condition of these. The rest were problem free and graded good to very fine with a nice mix of dates and conditions.

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    2.0

    3 of 50 (6%) were cull - rest G to VF

    By Atarian

    from Washington State

    Pros

    • Value (low premium over spot)

    Cons

    • Poor Condition

    Best Uses

      Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

      I never expect much from 'average circulated' but I do expect at least good with no issues. In one roll one had a hole, and two looked like they had been hacked by tin snips. Three out of 50 does not make the order worth returning, but I would not buy 'average circulated' halves or dollars based upon the condition of these. The rest were problem free and graded good to very fine with a nice mix of dates and conditions.

      Service and delivery comments:

      As always, very fast and secure delivery. APMEX always comes through in that regard.

       
      3.0

      Basically a good coin

      By None

      from Kingsport, TN

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attractive Design

      Cons

      • Too Many '41 Thru '45

      Best Uses

        Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

        Attempting to complete a folder of Mercury dimes

         
        5.0

        Nicer than average coins

        By racepix

        from Arizona

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Easy to Sell
        • Value (low premium over spot)

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

            Bought these during a free shipping special and I wish I had bought more. nice date range from the 'teens - 40's, conditions range from G-VF. Low premium over spot.

             
            5.0

            Very cool - World War II dimes!

            By Andy buys silver, and maybe gold

            from Cleveland, Ohio

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Attractive Design
            • Coolness
            • Easy to Sell
            • Recognized Brand

            Cons

            • Common (higher mintage)

            Best Uses

              Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

              $5 roll of Mercury dimes arrived safely and quickly. It's fun to imagine that some soldiers during World War II might have accidentally carried a few of my dimes with them to Europe or Japan. Some of my older Mercury dimes might have been passed on to a victim of the Great Depression so he or she could buy a cup of coffee or a loaf of bread.

              The dimes are in pretty good shape, as advertised. Most are from 1941-1945, but a few are from the 1930s, and I think one was from the 1920s. The redbook value of all of them was no more than about $3, but still, fun purchase.

               
              5.0

              Great

              By KO

              from Kansas City

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Value (low premium over spot)

              Cons

              • Common (higher mintage)

              Best Uses

                Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                Awesome product selection and price with fast shipping!

                 
                5.0

                Perfect

                By KO

                from Kansas City

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Value (low premium over spot)

                Cons

                • Common (higher mintage)

                Best Uses

                  Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                  Well packed and fast delivery as usual.

                   
                  4.0

                  The Rose

                  By Chewy

                  from Alabama

                  Pros

                  • Easy to Sell

                  Cons

                  • Common (higher mintage)
                  • Was Expected

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                    Just bought a roll of mercury dimes and when I received it I looked through every coin (as I usually do) and was surprised to find a Roosevelt in the 50 of them. But no complains over all, after the silver value anyway,

                     
                    4.0

                    Good buy but....

                    By Match

                    from Miami , Fl

                    Pros

                    • Attractive Design
                    • Easy to Sell

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                        They gave me 1 Roosevelt dime in the roll. Besides that mishap I'm very happy with the coins. Some even looked better then avg. circ.

                         
                        5.0

                        good buy

                        By No Name

                        from Wyoming

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Attractive Design
                        • Collectible (lower mintage)
                        • Value (low premium over spot)

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                            Good investment

                             
                            5.0

                            Overall Great Buy

                            By Cameron

                            from Chardon OH

                            Pros

                            • Attractive Design
                            • Collectible (lower mintage)

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about $5 Mercury Dimes - 90% Silver 50-Coin Roll (Average Circulated):

                                I bought this roll because i love buying silver in the form of US coins. The fact that they are "older" but still have the roughly same price as "newer" silver coins made me really attracted to them. I also like them because they also have collectability along with silver price making them valuable. I was expecting some fairly rough looking coins but i was surprised to see that there was a very large range in years, mint marks, and condition. Some looked AU! I even got a dime that was from 1920. I love these dimes and will buy more in the future.

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