James Buchanan had four nicknames during his presidency. Perhaps the only one given to him in a derogatory light was the name Ten-Cent Jimmy. This was in response to his campaign statement, in which he said that 10 cents a day was good pay for any worker.
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James Buchanan was nicknamed "Ten-Cent Jimmy." He was given this nickname as a derogatory reaction to his statement that ten cents a day for a worker was sufficient.
That is Scott Number 820 issued in 1938. It has a minimal value and can be purchased for about 20 cents used and twice that mint.
Ten-cent Jimmy - is Buchanan's nickname! Carter's nicknames are Peanut Farmer and Jimmy Peanut
A five cent coin is generally called a nickel.
James Cook does not appear on any Australian or New Zealand 20 cent coins.
This stamp is still very common. Unusually well-centered mint copies might retail at 50 cents. Used copies are packet stamps-- too common to be sold individually as a rule.
LeBron James is richer than 50 cent, because he is one of the greatest player in the NBA, but 50 cent is not one of the best rapper but at least he is a good rapper.
We have never heard of a 10 cent coin called a penny, but at one time there were 1 cent coins called nickels. This happened because the 1 cent coins were made as thick as a nickel.
A five cent coin in the United States is called a nickel.
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Curtis James Jackson
On vh1 100 greatestest artist 50 cent said it was Michael Jackson and James brown,
Curtis James Jackson iii.
Curtis James Jackson III
50 Cent (Curtis James Jackson III) is 42 years old (birthdate: July 6, 1975).