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U.S. Coins & Banknotes
"General questions about America's fascinating coin history."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The front side of a coin is called:
Which of the following sequences is the correct one regarding the order of release for US one cent (penny) coins?
None of these is correct
Flying Eagle, Large Cent, Lincoln, Buffalo
Flying Eagle, Indian Head, Lincoln "Wheat Ears", Lincoln "Memorial"
Large Cent, Flying Eagle, Lincoln, Indian Head
Whose legendary likeness appears on more types of U.S. coins than any other?
What are "Proof" coins?
Coins minted from special materials and highly polished equipment for the purpose of collecting.
Coins rejected by the mint's quality control office.
Coins minted as "rough drafts".
Coins minted each year as gifts for the President and Cabinet members.
When attempting to determine the value of a classic coin you own, which of the following considerations will likely have the least impact?
The coin's previous owners
Year of minting
The best way to clean an old coin is:
Soaking them in silver cleaner
Rubbing alcohol and a soft cotton swab
Coins should not be cleaned
A "perfect" coin receives a score of:
A "slabbed coin" is:
A coin that has been incorrectly struck at the mint.
A coin that has been deformed by a novelty machine at a carnival or arcade.
A coin that has been graded by a grading firm and sealed in an air-tight capsule.
A coin that has become stuck to its display case.
What is a "raw" coin?
A coin that has become tarnished over time.
A blank metal disk which will eventually become a coin.
An ungraded coin.
A coin that has never circulated.
Which of the following individuals appeared on a U.S. coin, despite never having been elected President of the United States?
All are Correct
Susan B. Anthony
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