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The 25-cent Canadian coin, also known as the quarter, has 119 grooves on its edge. Each groove represents one year since the Confederation of Canada in 1867.

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The grooves are called Reeds. Dimes have 118 of them, Quarters have 119. And Half Dollars have 150.

This is question that I have never been asked in my 30 plus years of collecting coins. So, after consulting with a half-dozen experienced numismatists, the answer was: 119. The grooves are placed on the coin to avoid counterfeiting.

There are 119 reeds.

A quarter has 119 reeds.

According to the US Treasury website (http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/?flash=yes&action=coin_specifications) a quarter has 119 'reeds.'

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The grooves are called Reeds. Dimes have 118 of them, Quarters have 119. And Half Dollars have 150.

This is question that I have never been asked in my 30 plus years of collecting coins. So, after consulting with a half-dozen experienced numismatists, the answer was: 119. The grooves are placed on the coin to avoid counterfeiting.

A quarter has 119 grooves, or reeds. The grooves are used as an anti-counterfeiting strategy.

There are 119 reeds.

There are 119 ridges on the United States quarter dollar. The ridges are there mostly for making sure the coins are properly used in coin operated machines.

The grooves are called Reeds. Dimes have 118 of them, Quarters have 119. And Half Dollars have 150.

A quarter has 119 reeds.

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There are no "grooves" on a British 1 Penny coin. The edge is not milled.

According to the US Treasury website (http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/?flash=yes&action=coin_specifications) a quarter has 119 'reeds.'

The original Ping Eye golf clubs had v grooves.

the oldest Canadian is 119 years old and died 11 years ago! 1812 a very very very rare coin that is the oldest coin in Canada