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Coins[edit]

Denomination Common name Front Reverse Portrait and design date Reverse motif and design date Weight Diameter Material Edge Circulation
Cent
penny US One Cent Obv.png US One Cent Rev.png Abraham Lincoln Union Shield 2.5 g
(0.088 oz)
0.75 in
(19.05 mm)
97.5% Zn covered by 2.5% Cu plain Wide
Five-Cents
nickel US Nickel 2013 Obv.png US Nickel 2013 Rev.png Thomas Jefferson Monticello 5.0 g
(0.176 oz)
0.835 in
(21.21 mm)
75% Cu
25% Ni
plain Wide
Dime
10¢
dime Dime Obverse 13.png Dime Reverse 13.png Franklin D. Roosevelt olive branch, torch, oak branch 2.268 g
(0.08 oz)
0.705 in
(17.91 mm)
91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni
118 reeds Wide
Quarter Dollar
25¢
quarter 2014 ATB Quarter Obv.png 2019-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-american-memorial-park-northern-mariana-islands-uncirculated-reverse.jpg George Washington Various; five designs per year 5.67 g
(0.2 oz)
0.955 in
(24.26 mm)
91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni
119 reeds Wide
Half Dollar
50¢
half US Half Dollar Obverse 2015.png US 50 Cent Rev.png John F. Kennedy Presidential Seal 11.34 g
(0.4 oz)
1.205 in
(30.61 mm)
91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni
150 reeds Limited
Dollar coin
$1
dollar coin, golden dollar Sacagawea dollar obverse.png 2019 Native American Dollar Reverse.jpg Profile of Sacagawea with her child, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau Bald eagle in flight (2000–2008), Various; new design per year 8.10 g
(0.286 oz)
1.043 in
(26.50 mm)
88.5% Cu
6% Zn
3.5% Mn
2% Ni
Lettered Limited
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