U.S. Coin Values: Mercury Dimes (Proof).
About 1937 10c CAM
The second year of production for proof Mercury dimes saw higher numbers than in the previous year, though all 1937 proof Mercury dimes are scarce. Especially difficult are those pieces grading PR67 or higher, with examples in the PR68 or better quite rare. Cameo proofs are extraordinarily rare.
|Denomination:||10c / Dime|
|Coinage Type:||Winged liberty head (Mercury)|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
|Designer:||Adolph A. Weinman|
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