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U.S. Coins: Public Views on Changing Coin Design
U.S. Coins: Public Views on Changing Coin Design
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 62
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756731429

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Bernard L. Ungar (ed.). The designs on 3 of the most common U.S. coins, the penny, nickel, & dime, have remained largely unchanged for 50+ years. The 50 State Quarters Program, involving a set of recurring designs commemorating each state, has generated renewed interest in the quarter. A recent redesign of the new $1 coin has also increased the publicís interest in collecting the coin, but it is not widely circulating. This review of U.S. coin designs pays particular attention to increasing circulation of the $1 coin. This survey of a sample of adults obtained public views on various coin design questions, incl. public preference for coin denomís., coin design features, the frequency of change in coin design, & ways to increase acceptance & use of the new dollar coin. Illus.

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