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What is cupronickel clad coinage?

"Cupronickel clad coinage" describes the metal composition of US dimes and quarters issued since 1965, halves since 1971, and dollars from 1971 to 1999. "Cupronickel" is jus (MORE)

When was silver taken out of the us coinage?

Well....quarters dimes and half dollars from 1964 and before are 90% silver and then the mint reduced the silver in quarters and dimes to none.BUT the half dollars from 1965-1 (MORE)

What is the value of Korean coinage?

There are 6 different types of coins that are used (some not so widely) in Korea. These coins are valued from 1 won to 500 won. 1 won: Almost non-existent, but is an officia (MORE)

Can British predecimal coinage be banked?

If by "banked" you mean deposited in a savings account or exchanged for modern currency, no. All predecimal coins have long been demonetised and are no longer legal tender.  (MORE)
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What is common coinage?

That term applies to the coins in common use...the common coinage  in the U.S. includes the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar,  and dollar.
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Coinage act called for?

The Coinage Act of established the United States coinage system. It  was also commonly known as the Mint Act.