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Mint-made errors - Wikipedia

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Mint-made errors are errors in a coin made by the mint during the minting process. Groups of ... The planchet, die, and striking (or PDS) classification system happens to ... such as a quarter planc...

Pennies and nickels cost more to make than they're ... - CNN Money

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Jan 11, 2016 ... The U.S. Mint spends more to make pennies and nickels than the coins ... But the U.S. Mint has decided a steel quarter would be too easy to ...

Pennies And Nickels: More Expensive To Mint Than To Use | Mises ...

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Jan 20, 2016 ... It's not breaking news, but the cost of producing pennies and nickels is still ... This has been an issue for the past decade, with no progress being made. ... laws, the temptation to debase that money is too great to withstand.

Just How Much Does It Cost to Make a Penny? - Real Time ...

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Dec 15, 2014 ... The U.S. Mint cut the cost of making the penny by nearly a third over the past two years, but the little copper-coated coin still costs more than a ...

Effects of Price Rounding on the Economy

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Eliminating the penny would impose a significant and regressive rounding ... to change anything that has become embroidered into the fabric of society. ... Proposals to eliminate the penny and move to the nickel as the lowest .... A collapse in metals prices means U.S. coins, including the penny, are less expensive to make.

Should We Get Rid of the Penny? - 8 Reasons to Keep It vs Eliminate It

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There are precedents for getting rid of coins that are too small to use. .... Second, once pennies drop out of circulation, the nickel will become the ... It's possible that what happens to the penny could end up depending not on the law, but on .... $1 bills, but retrofitting machines to take dollar coins would be very expensive.

Rare U.S. Coins: Which Nickels, Pennies, Dimes & Quarters To Keep

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So my mission became to save one penny from every year, one nickel from every year, and so on. And I polished them all up nice & shiny too. (I would use a ...

2017 Penny Cost: Chart/Graph, U.S. One-Cent, How Much to Make

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In the past year alone, the cost of the penny and nickel have resulted in two times ... And the longer it does last, the more valuable copper pennies become. ... and capitalize on copper before it is too late, and copper coins follow silver coins, ...

The Captivating Chemistry of Coins - American Chemical Society

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coins in American vending machines, and vice versa ... other silver coins such as quarters. ... become far too expensive. .... The next day, observe what happens.

The U.S. Mint's Production Materials Problem: Nickels Cost 11 Cents ...

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Mar 13, 2013 ... This five-cent coin costs 11.2 cents to manufacture. That's because 75% of it is zinc and 25% is, well, nickel, another expensive metal.