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1792 to present

What is a coin from the United States of America worth?

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(1792 to present)

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United States

of America

1792 - present

United States coin values - 1792 to present

This section covers circulating coinage

from the United States of America, post

independance from the United Kingdom,

from 1792 to present.


The US currency system is decimal based,

where the 'dollar' is the central unit.

Amounts are based on numbers of dollars,

and fractions of a dollar, (or cents).


1 cent = 1/100 of a dollar.


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