Six Rare Dimes and Ancient Bicentennial Quarter Worth $23 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

Discovering rare coins in circulation is thrilling in numismatics. Few know that six rare dimes and an antique bicentennial quarter, each worth $23 million, are discreetly circulating in pocket change. We'll explore hidden numismatic riches in this listicle.  

Historical Mercury Dime: 1916-D  

Numismatic gem: 1916 Denver Mint Mercury Dime. The front of this limited-edition dime depicts a winged Liberty head and the back a fasces. The discovery in change is rare because few remain.  

Mercury Dime 1942/1: Overcoming Odds  

Die over-punching the previous year's date produced the 1942/1 Mercury Dime overdate. Although hardly perceptible, this flaw makes the coin rarer and more valuable. With few in circulation, finding one is like finding treasure.  

A Rare Barber Dime: 1894-S  

This 1894 San Francisco Barber Dime is unusual due to its low mintage. Limited production makes the 1894-S edition valuable. uncovering this dime in your change is like uncovering history.  

Early American Rarity: 1796 Draped Bust Dime  

Early US dimes like the 1796 Draped Bust Dime are numismatic gems. This early dime depicts a fragile Liberty on the front and a small eagle on the back.  

Rare and valuable 1822 Bust Dime  

Due to its limited mintage, coin collectors value the 1822 Capped Bust Dime. A Phrygian cap on the front and a heraldic eagle on the back make it appealing. Find one in circulation would be miraculous.  

Western Rare: 1874-CC Seated Liberty Dime  

Seated Liberty Dimes were scarce at the Carson City Mint in 1874, making the 1874-CC edition desirable. American West pioneers are honoured on this dime's Seated Liberty obverse and wreath reverse.  

Revolutionary Find: Ancient Bicentennial Quarter  

Rare dimes include a revolutionary bicentennial quarter. Its unique design commemorating American independence's 200th anniversary makes this quarter worth $23 million.  


Rare Bicentennial Quarter and Rare Dimes Worth $15 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation