Hi! I am not very well versed in coin terminology so I apologize if I get anything wrong, but I found this cool hand blown glass with a 1876 dime sealed in the stem, and I was wondering if anyone has any idea of what it is - for instance, I think it might be from Philadelphia because the dime doesn't have a mark for where it was minted, and I know the centennial was 1876. I will probably get it appraised but I figured I would exhaust my researching skills before I do so. I am sorry for the quality of these photos, it was pretty challenging getting the dime to show up clearly behind the glass. It has a bit of tarnish but otherwise looks pretty clear.
I apologize if this isn't the correct place for this, but I figured... well technically this coin could have been in circulation before it was sealed away in glass. The dime is silver but the cranberry colored glass makes it look red.