2 Rare Dimes and Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $15 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation

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1916-D Mercury Dime: Among the most sought-after dimes, a mythical version of this coin in pristine condition is rumored to be worth millions to the right collector.

1894-S Barber Dime: With only 24 minted and a handful known to exist, a legendary perfect specimen could fetch unimaginable sums in a fantasy auction.

1873-CC No Arrows Liberty Seated Dime: A unique piece from the Carson City Mint, if found in uncirculated condition, could be valued at a fortune in an alternate reality.

1942/1 Mercury Dime: This overdate error, especially a never-seen-before flawless version, would be a numismatic marvel, valued in the millions.

1829 Curl Base "2" Liberty Cap Dime: In a world where numismatic values skyrocket, this extremely rare dime could be worth a king's ransom.

1796 Draped Bust Dime: The first dime minted by the United States, if a previously unknown perfect specimen were discovered, it could command an extraordinary price.

1874-CC Liberty Seated Dime: With the Carson City mintmark, a fantasy version in mint condition might be worth as much as a luxury mansion.

1968 No S Roosevelt Proof Dime: In an alternate universe, finding one of these in perfect condition could be like winning a massive lottery.

1975 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof: Another no S mint mark coin, but in a parallel world, it's worth the equivalent of a small island.

Bicentennial 1976 Quarter with a Double Die Obverse: A hypothetical version of this already collectible coin, with an error so rare and in such perfect condition, could be valued at $15 million in a numismatic fantasy.