1828 TEN CENTS OR DIME
PCGS No: 4510, 4506, 4547
Circulation strikes: 125,000
Proofs: estimated 10
Designer: John Reich
Diameter: ±18.5 millimeters
Silver - ±89.2%
Copper - ±10.8%
Weight: ±41.6 grains (±2.70 grams)
Mintmark: None (all 1828 Dimes
were struck at the Philadelphia Mint)
Images courtesy of Ira
& Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc.
- Small Date - Common
JR-2 - Large Date - Scarce
See individual varieties
The finest Uncirculated 1828 "Small Date" Dime graded by PCGS is a
The finest Uncirculated 1828
"Large Date" Dime graded by PCGS is a single MS-66.
The finest Proof 1828 "Small Date" Dime graded by PCGS is a single PR-65.
Sources and/or recommended
"Early United States Dimes 1796-1837" by David J. Davis et al.
Complete Encyclopedia Of U.S. And Colonial Coins" by Walter Breen
"The PCGS Population Report, October 2003" by The
Professional Coin Grading Service