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If you mean the U.S. coin, each nickel is 5 cents.

A coin collection can consist of as many coins as you want. You could start pulling coins out of circulation, or you could start spending 5,000$ on each coin, and both of these examples are considered coin collections.

i have a collection of coins from the same set but i am missing that particular coin if it is in good condition it is worth about $5.00 canadian but i bought several missing coins from that collection for 0.99 cents canadian don't be discouraged i thou t they where valuable 2 but i am very interested in that coin my collection was in my family for several years thx

A coin collection is called, well, a coin collection. The hobby of collecting coins is called numismatics.

1943 steel Lincoln cents are very common. A so-called collection is only 3 coins. Each coin may be worth 5 or 10 cents depending on condition.

You can get 71 cents with a 50 cent coin, a 10 cent coin, two 5 cent coins and one 1 cent coin.

The other coin is the half-dollar coin.

The answer is you have a quarter and a nickel. This adds up to 30 cents. One of the coins (the quarter) is not a nickel, but the other coin is. It could also be a 20c coin and a 10c coin, the question doesn't state that they are US cents, they could be Euro cents.

A coin collection is called, well, a coin collection. The hobby of collecting coins is called numismatics.

A coin collection is called just that. A coin collection. Although the people that collect coins are called "numismatists".

one of the coin is a nickel and one is a half dollar coin

Alisha had 822 coins.

One coin rate is 10 cents its make 84 cents

There is no US coin with a value equal to 60 cents.

If you don't know anything about coins, then the first step should be to take the collection to a coin dealer to get an appraisal.

i have a collection of 12 candian coins 25 cents confederation- 125 yr,January to December from 1867-1992 dated on coin, trying to find out value.

Grandparents, antique auctions, even pocket change are all different ways that a collection of coins can be started. Some coin collectors purchase coin albums, others use items on hand to store their collected coins in.

If you mean U.S. coins? The Philadelphia Mint started making coins in 1793, they were cents and half-cents. The first One Dollar coin was made in 1794.

2 cents coins from ecuador value

It's value depends on what coins are in the 'collection' and the grades (condition) of them. It needs to be seen. Take it to a coin dealer for a value.

The coin that is not a penny is a quarter. The other one IS a penny.

"Cents" is the plural of "cent". This could be a little confusing, so pay attention. Referring to value, you can have 1 cent, 2 cents, 10 cents, 50 cents, etc. Example - apples are 1 cent each, oranges are 2 cents each. Referring to coins, you can have a 1 cent coin, a 5 cent coin, a 10 cent coin, etc. Example 1 - I have a 1 cent coin, a 2 cent coin and a 10 cent coin in my pocket. Example 2 - I have two 1 cent coins, three 2 cent coins and four 10 cent coins in my pocket. You are referring to the coins and describing them by their values.

Dollars-no, cents, yes. There was a 20.00 coin

It depends, there are several different coins. Here they are in US currency. Copper Coins: Small Coin (1 penny) is about 1.5 cents. Large Coin (2 pennies) is about 3 cents. Round Nickel Coins: Small (5 pennies) is about 7.5 cents Large (10 pennies) is about 15 cents Polygon Nickel Coins: Small (20 pennies) is about 30 cents Large (50 pennies) is about 75 cents Cupro-Nickel Coins: Small (1 pound) is about 1.5 dollars Large (2 pounds) is about 3 dollars Larger (5 pounds) is about 7.5 dollars 100 pennies to the pound

A 50 cent coin and three 10 cent coins.A 50 cent coin, a 20 cent coin and two 5 cent coins.Four 20 cent coins.

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