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This is a New Jersey coin from 1787 depicts the crossroads of the Revolution.
Below is a Sacagawea coin made in 2000 to honor the Indian girl, Sacagawea who helped Louis & Clark. (left is front, right is back)
This is a nickel that was made in 2004 the president that you see on it is Thomas Jefferson. He is the one that wrote the Declaration of Independence. He also is the person that built the Monticello.
Below is a 5 dollar bill that was part of the new series of 5 dollar bills in 1999.On the front of the bill (top) you see Abraham Lincoln. On the back of the bill (bottom) you see the Lincoln Memorial that is in Washington D.C.
On this 2 dollar bill is Thomas Jefferson. They don't print these bills any more due to lack of interest.
This picture is some color 20 $bills that we might have in the future.
Pure gold dino coins that have dinosaurs printed in them. These coins are not in circulation.
A memorial coin to honor the astronauts in the crash of February 1, 2003.
This is a modern commemorative coin produced by the U.S. Mint, these are they are legislated by congress and are legal tender.
This is a special coin of Ben Franklin made in 1957,this coin is not in circulation.
On the coin above is Prince Charles made in 1978 it is a Bahamas coin. To the right is the back of the coin.