When was"In God We Trust"added to coins?

Answer The motto "In God We Trust" was added to the two-cent coin in 1864. That same two-cent coin replaced the one-cent coin, earlier the same year. In 1883, the motto was removed from all coins, but the... Read More »

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How to Separate Canadian Coins from American Coins?

Ever had a big box of coins that you wanted to use, but had both Canadian and American currency in it? This guide will show you an easy way to separate them.

When did the Egyptians start making coins?

The first coins minted in Egypt were in the late Dynastic period, from 404 to 343 BC. They were probably produced to pay Greek soldiers who served the Egyptian king. Regular coinage began with the ... Read More »

When did the U.S. stop making silver coins?

The Coinage Act of 1965 made it mandatory to use the date 1964 on all 90 percent silver coins intended for circulation that were actually minted in 1965 and 1966. Regular coins dated 1965 and later... Read More »

When did the act of Congress approve"In God We Trust"to be minted on coins?

On April 22, 1864, Congress passed an act that allowed "In God We Trust" to be placed on 1 and 2 cent coins. After "In God We Trust" became the official United States motto on July 30, 1956, the ph... Read More »