Is a 1958 Dime Rare?


Quick Answer

The 1958 Roosevelt dime is fairly common: 31,910,000 of them were issued in that year. It has an expected value of $1.50 with a possible high value of $8. For noncollectors, the value of this dime resides in its silver content.

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Silver collectors are likely to pay for this coin based on the current market rate of silver. Since these buyers are only interested in the metal, coin condition is not a factor of pricing.

Collectors typically pay a higher price for this coin. An uncirculated coin has the best value and has the highest chance of being purchased at $5 or more.

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