Clad Coin

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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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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.