Coin Specifications

Category: Barber Dimes (1892-1916)
Mint: Philadelphia
Mintage: 17,360,230
Catalog: KM-113
Obverse Designer: Charles E. Barber
Reverse Designer: Charles E. Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 2.50 Grams
ASW: 0.0723oz
Melt Value: $1.20 (5/6/2015)
Diameter: 17.9mm
Edge: Reeded
Numismatic specification data provided by Krause Publications NumisMaster.
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1914 10C MS obverse 1914 10C MS reverse


  
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Description & Analysis

While not the highest mintage issue in the Barber Dime series, 1914(P) dimes are among the ones most often seen across all grades. Mint State survivors are abundant, though many are less than fully struck. Collectors should be rather picky when selecting an example of this issue.

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Price Guide

Last Updated: 3/17/2014

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1914 10C MS
  GVGFVFXF5053555861626364656667686970
Base $ 3.40 4.25 5.00 7.50 23.00 60.00 67.00 75.00 85.00 130 150 230 360 630 1100 5000 - - -
$ 27.00 67.00 73.00 80.00 95.00 145 170 250 430 700 1500 6100 -

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Census

 
NGC GRADE SUMMARY

Total Graded: 827
Low Grade: PrAg
Average Grade: 62
High Grade: 67


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Auction Prices Realized

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Date
Service
Grade
Auction House
Sale / Lot
Price
4/11/2005 NGC MS 64   David Lawrence Rare Coins Internet-Only Auction #34, 38/Lot# 208 $264.50
10/22/2005 NGC MS 63   Heritage Auctions Continuous Internet Auction #65105, 65105/Lot# 24126 $149.50
2/1/2009 PCGS MS 66   Goldberg February 1-4, 2009 Pre-Long Beach Coin and Currency Auction, 51/Lot# 849 $1,150.00
10/25/2009 PCGS MS 64   Teletrade Auction 2762, 2762/Lot# 1521 $299.00
12/22/2013 PCGS Genuine Genuine   GreatCollections GreatCollections Coin Auctions 12/22/2013, 106/Lot# 127865 $120.00
2/2/2014 NGC MS 62   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131406/Lot# 20630 $117.50
6/3/2014 PCGS AU 55   Stack's Bowers June 2014 Baltimore, 6021/Lot# 3816 $42.30
9/7/2014 PCGS MS 64   GreatCollections GreatCollections Coin Auctions 09/07/2014, 191/Lot# 204315 $316.00
3/31/2015 PCGS MS 65   Stack's Bowers March 2015 Baltimore, 6065/Lot# 32811 $376.00


NGC Registry

NGC Registry Score 1914 10C MS
 PrAgGVGFVF4045505355586061626364656667686970
Base28415476102139159183212230258278311342401620110317072770518453935609
32456184114145167192218239264289321361474781130420613574525354650
000000167192218239264289321361474781130420613574525300
000000175202224248271300331381547942150524154379532300
1914 10C MS Prooflike
 PrAgGVGFVF4045505355586061626364656667686970
Base663741506715523728832036639542646353990015051886300937701103618537
6163844559618225429833537540543848865911011632226032626192135360
0000001822542983353754054384886591101163222603262619200
0000002092713093503854154505137791303175926343516861400
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Grade: MS 66
Points: 1707
Owner: *00001AAA Coins
 
Grade: MS 65
Points: 1103
Owner: Jason Colinger
 
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