How Many Ridges Are on the Edge of a Quarter?

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There are approximately 119 ridges on the edge of quarter. The majority of the quarters have the same amount of ridges.
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It's called "milling" and it's a historical relic. At one time, coins were made of precious metals (gold or silver) Unscrupulous people would shave the edges of coins and
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There are 119 ridges on the edge of the quarter, and 118 on the edge of
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I don't think they stand for anything. Ridges were put around the edges of coins (when coins were made of valuable metals like silver and gold) to prevent people from shaving small
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Hi Kai, Thank you for your question. Dimes, quarters, half dollars, and the older dollar coins all had reeded edges because they used to be made out of silver. This prevented people
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