1964-D Dime Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth And Why?

This is my coins worth money series that now runs every other week highlighting a different coin you may find in pocket change or in a collection worth money. Whether it’s an error dime, variety dime, or key date dime, the dimes worth money are often worth big money – and I’m here to show you what to look for via a discussion of where the error or variety is on the coin and then close up pictures of it. If you watch, you may find dimes worth big money after cherrypicking.

This specific video is about 1964-D dimes worth money – these 1964-D doubled die and repunched/misplaced mintmark dime coins can be worth $350 or more in the right condition! Best of luck finding one of these awesome 1964-D dimes.


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21 Comments on “1964-D Dime Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth And Why?”

  1. Very cool, I knew of all these but that last one mentioned; Now I have to recheck my collection… Gee I hate doing that, lol.

    1. @Neverending Saga In the next few years silver will be hundreds of dollars per oz.

  2. How crazy is this I just found a decent looking 64D Dime in a coin star and put it in a holder gonna have to inspect it thoroughly. Thanks for the info 😁👍

  3. Being in my 70’s and disabled, coin collecting is not only my hobby but also my livelihood. I do enjoy your presentations. Glad there are knowledgeable people like yourself and your guests on you tube. I have around fifty coins to send to a grading company, that will cost me a lot of money. I would rather have you look at them first and bring the number down to the best ten or fifteen coins. So, I would like to know your fee for a few hours of work, as you have a very good eye for grading coins. Thank you for your time.

  4. I have quite a lot of 1964D dimes. I looked at them once but I’ll do so again now that I know what to look for. Thanks!

  5. Have some so I’ll be checking!👍🏼😊 Thanks for sharing another great video 😊🙏🏼 Lots of Love Bobbi

  6. I have a 1964 silver dime that has a very small number 6 imprinted on it other side of D print.

  7. I pulled this up because I inherited a dime Denver mint 1964 repunched mm and dd reverse. I wasn’t sure if I was seeing this correctly lol thank you for the info!

  8. Holy hell! An actual plain, simple to the point video about an actual coin I have. Thank you. Hope you didn’t have to sell your soul or anything thing to make that video because to the point doesn’t exist in the coin video world.👍👍

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