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''.
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.
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.