A quick sellout always attracts attention from coin collectors and the 2016 gold Mercury dime is no different.
On the secondary market, that means profits to those who placed orders. A quick survey on eBay shows resellers have wasted no time in putting their coins online.
From April 25 to April 27, the price of one coin in its original packaging ranged around $275 to $310. For an eBay seller, that’s a decent profit of about $30 to $60 once the initial price of $205 and selling fees are factored in.
Certified examples have also appeared on the site, though some sales are in hand while others are presales. Most sellers are offering SP-70 graded coins slabbed by PCGS or NGC. Prices there average around $375 to $410.