The United States one-cent coin, commonly known as a penny, is a unit of
currency equaling one-hundredth of a United States dollar. The cent's symbol is ¢
Little-known facts about pennies in circulation in the United States, including old
rare pennies and the Lincoln penny.
Mar 30, 2012 ... As Canada eliminates its pennies from circulation, explore surprising facts about
the one-cent coin.
Jun 17, 2003 ... Check out these 13 facts about the penny. ... The U.S. Mint produces more than
13 billion pennies annually. There are more than 130 billion ...
Consumers and the government would lose if the penny were removed from
circulation. At the same time, the potential benefits that have been associated
Penny Myths & Facts · Congressional Action · Congressional Testimony ... The
one-cent coin, commonly known as the penny, was the first currency of any type ...
Sep 28, 2014 ... Got a penny in your pocket? Amaze your friends and family by revealing the big
secrets of this small change.
Basic facts about the penny and a brief history synopsis.
The US penny was named after the British penny. Pennies are copper plated zinc
and have a smooth edge. The penny is 19.05 mm in diameter and is 1.55 mm ...
Facts About Pennies. The average penny lasts 25 years! Pennies were the first
coins minted in the U.S.; There have been 11 different designs featured on the ...