What faces are on the US coins?

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the presidents.

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Which presidents faces are on the US coins?

Abraham Lincoln

What three women's faces are on US coins?

Susan B. Anthony, Statue of Liberty, Sacajawea

Why do coins have faces on them?

Coins have faces on them to honor that person , statesmen , or president , and they symbolize the country that they were issued by.

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The value of coins comes from how old they are, the condition, and the metal they are made from. Some older coins have different faces because the leaders of countries change over time.

What shows the faces of the American presidents?

I am guessing you are thinking of Mt. Rushmore . You could also be thinking of coins and paper money and older US stamps.

What does the us mint produce?

The US Mint produces circulating coins, commemorative coins, and bullion coins for the United States.

Which way does the Queen face on British coins?

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Who did the Ancient Greeks copy the idea of coins from?

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