The Full Wiki

More info on Proof coinage

Proof coinage: Quiz

Advertisements
  

Question 1: Beginning in 1936, the ________ began producing proof sets.
Dollar coin (United States)United States MintUnited States dollarPenny (United States coin)

Question 2: commemorative and ________ platinum, gold, and silver coins are also often issued in both uncirculated and proof types, sometimes with different Mint marks.
CopperPalladiumRhodiumPrecious metal

Question 3: Since 1992 the mint has struck proof sets in both ________ and base metal.
PalladiumGoldSilverCopper

Question 4: The dies for making modern proof coins are often treated with chemicals to make certain parts of the design take on a ________ appearance, with the polished fields taking on a mirror finish.
FreezingFrostCryobiologyIce

Question 5: Beginning in 1999, proof sets also contain five different ________.
United StatesKentucky50 State QuartersGeorgia (U.S. state)

Question 6: Other sets, called "Prestige Proof" sets, also contain ________.
Commemorative coinCrown (British coin)Danish kroneEuro gold and silver commemorative coins







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message