Incused


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Incused

In numismatics, describing an image on a coin that is pressed into the background and does not rise above it.
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Rather, they worried that "topical" or fad miniatures, which bore little relation to real life or which incused on vacuous themes, damaged children's development.
The worker instead filed the inscribed serial number off of the erroneous pipe and incused it with the number for the correct pipe, they said.
Inscriptions on the reverse are $1 and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, with E PLURIBUS UNUM, 2011 and the mint mark (P or D) incused on the edge.