The denominations for 1959 were: Half dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Cents.
3 quarters & 2 nickels
Only dollars, half dollars an quarters dated 1776-1976 are "Bicentennial" coins. Dimes, nickels and cents are face value.
Yes! If you use Half Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies!
The combination of coins Della has is logically impossible. The story states that Della has $1.87 and that 60 cents of it was in pennies. Subtracting 60 cents from $1.87 leaves $1.27. Since only other coins are nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars and since there are only 60 pennies, the remaining $1.27 must be made up of the other coins. There is no combination of nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars that equals $1.27.
Two quarters, two nickels, three pennies
All denominations - Lincoln cents, Jefferson nickels, Roosevelt dimes, 5 different state quarters, Kennedy halves, and Sacagawea dollars.
In 1913, the U.S. minted cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars, as well as the gold quarter, half, and double eagle.
47 Quarters 83 Nickels
I don't think that this can be done using current US coins. In Canada, however, there are at least three combinations: -- 80 cents, 17 dimes, 2 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 85 cents, 9 dimes, 5 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 90 cents 1 dime, 8 quarters and a two dollar coin
3 quarters, 1 dime, and 2 nickels
Cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars were struck at both Philadelphia (no mint mark back then) and Denver (D mint mark)
Indian Head cents, Liberty Head nickels, Barber dimes, quarters and half dollars and Morgan dollars. All gold coins are of the Liberty Head series in the denominations of $2.50, $5.00, $10.00 and $20.00
The answer is four nickels, two quarters, and five pennies equals seventy cents. I had help!
All coins such as quarters, nickels, dimes, and half dollars
7 quarters and 11 nickles
A nickel is 5 cents so 25 nickels is 25*5 = 125 cents. A quarter is 25 cents so 125 cents = 125/25 = 5 coins.
Two quarters, two dimes, two nickels, and one penny.
2 quarters, 2 nickels, 3 pennies
Two quarters, one dime, four nickels, five pennies
Two quarters Three nickels Three pennies
Yes. 2 quarters, 5 nickels and two pennies = .50+.25+ .02 + 77 cents
Half dollars, quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies were struck in 1949.
2 quarters and a dime, or a half-dollar and 2 nickels.