Is a 1910 Dime Worth Any Money?

A dime from 1910 can sell in collectors' circles for as little as $3 to over $180, depending on its condition. Dimes from 1910 produced at the Philadelphia mint as proofs are worth more money, with those in good condition valued at $400 to $485.

In addition to their value to collectors, dimes from 1910 have intrinsic value because they were manufactured from a 90-percent-silver alloy. The value of the silver in a 1910 dime varies based on the price of silver, but as an example, the coin's silver content is worth $1.55 with a silver price of $21.45 per ounce, which is price of silver price as of 2014.