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16 Aug 2022

The Jefferson Nickel

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The journey of the Jefferson nickel started in 1937, even though this series could not begin until the next year (1938) because of a law forbidding a coin changing before the minimum of 25 years had passed since the first release of the design. The coin in use at that time was the buffalo nickel, and was in its twenty-fourth year of production. Even though many appreciated the older design, the mint discontinued it due to the fact that the date would easily rub off and become illegible.

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03 Jul 2022

The Nickel Five Cent Coin (From 1866-1938)

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The conflict of the Civil War caused Americans to take many coins out of circulation due to their silver and gold content. This made coins hard to come by, so the mint tried to solve this problem by printing fractional currency. They soon attempted another possible solution. The Act of May 16, 1866 allowed the production of a five cent coin made out of nickel even though there was a coin of this denomination (the silver half dime) already in circulation.

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13 Dec 2021

US Coins During World War II

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World War Two started when Germany launched an attack on Poland in September 1, 1939. In response, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. In December 7, 1941, the Japanese made a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. On December 8, the United States of America declared War on Japan.

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12 Dec 2021

American Two Cent Piece

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A two-cent coin and a twenty-cent cent piece were proposed in 1806 by Connecticut senator Uriah Tracy. He proposed that it would be made out of billion, or silver. Tracy’s legislation failed in the House of Representatives in 1806 and 1807.

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31 Aug 2021

2000 Sacagawea Dollar

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Hello everybody! In this article I have written about the rare 2000 Sacagawea dollars that you should look for (and a few that you cannot find in circulation)! Sit back, relax, and enjoy!

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