And no mintmarks!
Awesome, thank you!
Anyway, this clad composition could fool vending machines that used to accept silver-composition coinage, right?
Well, isn't that a given by now? I mean, five cents just CAN'T buy the metal used to make a nickel! Is negative seigniorage acceptable? It...
Well, the new coining metal will "be seamless" in operating vending machines.
That's SUCH a great idea. What could go wrong..?
I haven't seen a cigarette machine since the late 1970s...
So much for expecting people to read legends on coins...
You know, I never once ran into a clerk or manager who wouldn't accept halves or dollar coins. Not yet. If anything they'll ask, "are these 50...
Then why not punch the coins from solid 75% Cu, 25% nickel coining metal? Why did they have to instead "sandwich" it?
I'll probably buy.
I always wondered why the USA wanted to sandwich copper between two pieces of copper-nickel. Sounds like a difficult or more expensive way to...
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Oh snap! There we go. ONE example of a machine accepting halves nowadays!
Thanks for the info!
You found GOLD??
These are some good examples, everyone.
So far, I have:
DDR: 20 Pfennig.
New Zealand: Redesigned $2 coin
USA: Eisenhower dollar
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