What is the 2003 Jamaican 25-cent coin made out of?

Answer Jamaican 25-cent coins from 2003 are made of copper-plated steel. The 25-cent coins were introduced by the Jamaican government in 1995. Coins of this design are still in use as of March 2010.Source... Read More »

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What year was the first U.S. 5-cent coin made?

The U.S. five-cent piece was introduced in 1792 and is known as the "Birch Half Disme" by collectors. This version of the nickel lasted until 1794, when it was replaced by the "Flowing Hair" half d... Read More »

What animal was featured on the two-cent coin in Australia?

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Who is on the 5 cent coin?

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Who is on the U.S. 10 cent coin?

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