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There are two main types of commemorative coins:
 
There are two main types of commemorative coins:
   
* Coins not intended to [[circulate]], commonly called [[non-circulating legal tender]] ([[NCLT]]).
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* Coins not intended to [[circulate]], commonly called [[non-circulating legal tender]] ([[NCLT]]). An example is the
* Commemorative coins intended to circulate along with non-commemorative coins. An example is the US [[America the Beautiful Quarters]].
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* Commemorative coins intended to circulate along with non-commemorative coins. An example is the U.S.:
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** [[50 State Quarters]].
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** [[District of Columbia and United States Territories Quarters]].
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** [[America the Beautiful Quarters]].
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 16:35, January 12, 2020

A Commemorative coin is a coin intended to remember, memorialize, or honor (that is, commemorate) a person, place, event, idea, or, well, anything.

There are two main types of commemorative coins:

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