It’s not exactly a question that comes to the top of the mind, but one guy from Russia wanted to know, what happens to coins when you stick them into a block of dry ice?
Thirty coins stamped by the U.S. Mint in the 19th century to test designs and metals have sold at auction for more than a half-million dollars.
Why would anyone cling to a one cent coin that now costs 2.4 cents to make? Is exact change that important?
How many of you have forgotten to get your spare change out of the dish after going through airport security? Apparently, a lot!