Dollar Coins

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Currency in The Shanghai International Settlement
... Until the 1840s these silver dollar coins were Spanish coins minted mainly in Mexico City, but from the 1840s these gave way to Mexican republican dollars ... did not necessarily correspond to circulating coins ... China also had a mixture of coins, including Chinese Copper Cash coins and Mexican dollars ...
Sacagawea Dollar - Background
... Due to the limited circulation of the Eisenhower dollar, it was decided in the 1970s that a smaller dollar coin might prove more useful to the public ... Congress approved legislation to provide for a smaller dollar coin to be minted, which would depict Susan B ... These new dollars also proved unpopular, due in large part to their similarity in size and metallic composition to the quarter-dollar ...
United States $1 Coin Act Of 1997 - Debate
... one dollar bill ... Anthony dollar's failure to the fact that it looked and felt like the quarter and the simultaneous circulation of the dollar bill ... Kolbe recommended phasing out the paper dollar, warning that the Sacagawea would face the same fate as its predecessor if the bill remained in circulation ...
Winter Olympic Coins - Specifications For Winter Games Coins - 2010 Vancouver Olympics
... in Calgary, Alberta to announce the release of the Vancouver Olympic commemorative coins ... denomination for the Vancouver Olympic coins is twenty-five dollars ... The twenty-five dollar coins are the first Modern Olympic coins ever to have a hologram on the reverse ...

Famous quotes containing the words coins and/or dollar:

    A war undertaken without sufficient monies has but a wisp of force. Coins are the very sinews of battles.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    Your Dollar is your only Word,
    The wrath of it your only fear.

    “You build it altars tall enough
    To make you see, but your are blind;
    You cannot leave it long enough
    To look before you or behind.
    Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869–1935)