The first American coins had something imprinted on them which no other country dared to imprint. Can someone please tell me what that was?
#93935. Asked by armindasantana. (Mar 26 08 1:50 AM)
The first American coin was the "Flowing Hair Chain," and was struck only in 1793. The design featured a chain, meant to symbolise the unity of the States, but interpreted by much of the public as representative of slavery. Is this what you are looking for?
Originally banned from television, Takashi Miike's "Imprint" enters the horror genre with the story of an American man who travels to Japan to find a woman that he fell in love with, only to learn of the horrors she faced after he left. Good luck!
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