Six Rare Dimes and Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $56 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation"

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1916-D Mercury Dime: The crown jewel of dime collections, with only a handful known to exist, its rarity hypothetically could value it at millions in a fictional world.

1945 Micro S Mercury Dime: In this universe, a unique error and low mintage make this dime a collector's dream, imagined to fetch millions at auction.

1894-S Barber Dime: With just 24 minted and a few surviving, this dime is a legend. In our tale, one found in mint condition could be worth a fortune.

1872-CC Liberty Seated Dime: A rare piece from the Carson City Mint, its fictional value skyrockets due to its historical significance and scarcity.

1829 Curl Base "2" Liberty Seated Dime: A numismatic marvel, this dime features a unique error that, in a world of unlimited wealth, could command a staggering price.

1968 No S Roosevelt Proof Dime: In a parallel universe, this no-mintmark proof coin, due to its rarity, is sought after by collectors willing to pay millions.

1975 No S Roosevelt Dime Proof: Another no S mintmark error, this coin in our imaginary scenario, breaks records at auctions with its hypothetical multimillion-dollar price tag.

1982 No P Roosevelt Dime: A mint error left this dime without a mintmark. In a fictional setting, finding one in circulation could be like winning the lottery.

1796 Draped Bust Dime: As one of the first dimes minted by the United States, its historical value in a make-believe world is unmatched, making it worth a fortune.

1792 Half Disme (Dime): Considered the first coin struck by the U.S. Mint, this piece, in a realm of fantasy, could be the Holy Grail of American numismatics, valued at millions.