Reeded Edge

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Reeded Edge

In numismatics, describing a coin with grooves or ridges struck into it. It is intended to make the coin harder to counterfeit.
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Perhaps most notable was a 1795 reeded-edge US penny, one of only seven in the world, which sold at auction for nearly $1.
The new Lido case goods have waterfall fronts under a reeded-edge panel top.