There are still eight uncommon dimes and a rare bicentennial quarter in circulation, with a combined value of seventy million dollars.

Uncommon in the West While traveling westward, we come across the 1874-CC Liberty Seated Dime, which was struck in Carson City among the burgeoning American West. 

Because of its association with the Western spirit of adventure, its rarity, especially in circulated condition, makes it more valuable than it appears. 

Conquering Obstacles in Minting In the face of adversity, the 1942/1 Mercury Dime became an emblem of strength during WWII. 

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This mistake coin is incredibly valuable because to its unique backstory and rarity, as it was mintted with one date over another as a result of die misuse. 

The City by the Bay dime's exquisite design, depicting Liberty in a laurel wreath, and extremely low mintage continue to entice collectors. 

Uncommon in San Francisco With the 1894-S Barber Dime, San Francisco brings a touch of mysticism to the numismatic world. 

Astonishing Denver Mint Collectors treasure the 1916-D Mercury Dime, struck at the Denver Mint and praised for its excellent design by Adolph A. Weinman and smaller mintage. 

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