Are Coins Magnetic?

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Some coins are magnetic while others are non-magnetic and they are usually found in different countries. The magnetic coins are found in Brazil, the United Kingdom, Canada and the European Union. Magnetic coins are types of coins that can be picked up by magnets.
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