Here's why some coins have ridges on their side



If you look closely at a quarter or a dime, you’ll see tiny grooves all along the edge. They were put there for a very important reason. The process is called “reeding,” and it all goes back to when the US Mint was first created.

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  1. Did you know that what we have is money today the paper money and the coins are not actually considered money they are not legally money if you go by the Constitution of the United States the only legal tender is gold and silver coin which means it has to be made out of actual gold or actual silver