The front of a penny (Lincoln's profile) or the front of any coin is called the obverse or heads side, the back of a coin is known as the reverse or tails side. There is no jargon for the side or edge of a coin. Some coins have a ridge around the edge. The process for producing that ridge is ''milling''. Also, the corrugated edge of a coin, such as the quarter, is called a ''reeded edge''. The process for creating it is called ''knurling'' or, sometimes, just ''milling''.

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A fake.

Because of the "wheat ears" on the reverse of the coin; Left and right sides closest to the edge. They were issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincolns birth.

a penny with a bird on it

They are called sides.

Tin can, penny, ect.

A two-headed penny.

looks like one

The British Penny has been called a Penny since it was first issued in the late 8th century AD.

It was black and it cost One Penny, that is why it is called the Penny Black.

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It was blackIt cost a pennyIt was quickly replaced with the Penny Red.

Nothing- return it to the store where you got it. These have been showing up in penny rolls. it is play money.

A polygon with 3 sides is called triangle A polygon with 4 sides is called quadrilateral A polygon with 5 sides is called pentagon A polygon with 6 sides is called hexagon A polygon with 7 sides is called heptagon A polygon with 8 sides is called octagon

They are called sides.

They are called sides or edges.

It's called a magician's coin and sells for a few dollars in novelty shops. They're made by cutting apart two genuine coins, then swapping and re-joining the sides.

The nonparallel sides of a trapezoid are called the legs. The parallel sides are called the bases.

There is no special name for 1/4 of a penny.

Washington is on the quarterLincoln is on the pennyYou have what's called a magician's coin. See the Related Question for more details.

The Groundlings or Penny Standers stood in the Yard, sometimes also called the Pit, near the front and sides of the thrust stage.

A parallelogram with opposite parallel sides would fit the given description.

a penny = een cent or nowadays een eurocent

A polygon with five sides is a pentagon.

by explaining the argument of both sides

Yes they are, but they are no longer a penny.