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Us Coinage

To make the token coins, it is better to learn some information about the us coinage:

following for your reference:

 

Cent (Penny) (United States)
Value:
0.01 U.S. dollar
Mass:
2.5 g (0.080 troy oz)
Diameter:
19.05 mm (0.750 in)
Thickness:
1.55 mm (0.061 in)
Edge:
Plain
Composition:
Copper-plated zinc
97.5% Zn, 2.5% Cu

Nickel (United States)
Value:
0.05 U.S. dollar
Mass:
5.000 g (0.1615 troy oz)
Diameter:
21.21 mm (0.835 in)
Thickness:
1.95 mm (0.077 in)
Edge:
plain
Composition:
75% Cu
25% Ni

“Wartime Nickels”
From mid-1942 to 1945
56% Cu
35% Ag
9% Mn

Dime (United States)
Value:
0.1 U.S. dollar
Mass:
2.268 g (0.0729 troy oz)
Diameter:
17.91 mm (0.705 in)
Thickness:
1.35 mm (0.053 in)
Edge:
118 reeds
Composition:
91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni

Quarter Dollar (United States)
Value: 0.25 U.S. dollar
Mass: 5.670 g (0.182 troy oz)
Diameter: 24.26 mm (0.955 in)
Thickness: 1.75 mm (0.069 in)
Edge: 119 reeds
Composition: 91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni

Half Dollar (United States)
Value: 0.50 U.S. dollar
Mass: 11.340 g (0.365 troy oz)
Diameter: 30.61 mm (1.205 in)
Thickness: 2.15 mm (0.085 in)
Edge: 150 reeds
Composition: 91.67% Cu
8.33% Ni

Dollar (United States)
Value: 1 U.S. dollar
Mass: 8.100 g (0.260 troy oz)
Diameter: 26.5 mm (1.043 in)
Thickness: 2.00 mm (0.079 in)
Edge: Plain w/ incused inscriptions
Composition: 88.5% Cu
6% Zn
3.5% Mn
2% Ni

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