Clad Coin

Clad Coin

A coin made of two different metals, one at the center of the coin and one that is plating.
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The program includes a clad coin, a silver coin, and the Nations first-ever gold coin with a pink hue.
Inscriptions include UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, BREAST CANCER AWARENESS, and the respective denomination of each coin: FIVE DOLLARS for the pink-hued gold coin, ONE DOLLAR for the silver coin, and HALF DOLLAR for the clad coin.
Mint will offer a $5 gold coin, a $1 silver coin and a half-dollar clad coin.
The designs were created by Emily Damstra, a member of the United States Mints Artistic Infusion Program, and will be featured on a clad coin, a silver coin, and the nations first-ever pink hued gold coin.
Inscriptions include United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, Breast Cancer Awareness, and the respective denomination of each coinFive Dollars for the gold coin, One Dollar for the silver coin, and Half Dollar for the clad coin.
silver dimes and quarters after the introduction of clad coins in 1965; officially, silver and clad coins were of equal value, but as soon as people began to realize that the silver was worth much more, they stopped using silver as money.