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Main article: Coins of the United States dollar

Official United States coins have been produced every year from 1792 to the present.

Discontinued coin denominations include:

Collector coins for which everyday transactions are non-existent. [39]

Technically, all these coins are still legal tender at face value, though some are far more valuable today for their numismatic value, and for gold and silver coins, their precious metal value. From 1965 to 1970 the Kennedy half dollar was the only circulating coin with any silver content, which was removed in 1971 and replaced with cupronickel. However, since 1992, the U.S. Mint has produced special Silver Proof Sets in addition to the regular yearly proof sets with silver dimes, quarters, and half dollars in place of the standard copper-nickel versions. In addition, an experimental $4.00 (Stella) coin was also minted in 1879, but never placed into circulation, and is properly considered to be a pattern rather than an actual coin denomination.

The $50 coin mentioned was only produced in 1915 for the Sperry Jellyfish Emma Flip Flops VTW0QCv
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A $100 gold coin was produced in High relief during 2015, although it was primarily produced for collectors, not for general circulation. [40]

From 1934 to present, the only denominations produced for circulation have been the familiar penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and dollar. The nickel is the only coin still in use today that is essentially unchanged (except in its design) from its original version. Every year since 1866, the nickel has been 75% copper and 25% nickel, except for 4 years during Marc Fisher LTD Remone czOdp1MVVW
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The United States Mint produces Proof Sets specifically for collectors and speculators. Silver Proofs tend to be the standard designs but with the dime, quarter, and half dollar containing 90% silver. Starting in 1983 and ending in 1997, the Mint also produced proof sets containing the year's commemorative coins alongside the regular coins. Another type of proof set is the Presidential Dollar Proof Set where four special $1 coins are minted each year featuring a president. Because of budget constraints and increasing stockpiles of these relatively unpopular coins, the production of new Presidential dollar coins for circulation was suspended on December 13, 2011, by U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner. Future minting of such coins will be made solely for collectors. [43]

Ideological challenge emerged from two other directions. The reform community objected to the community’s public representative being an orthodox rabbi, regardless of his personal qualities and professional competence, but the rabbi of the Great Synagogue was so entrenched that his reform counterpart at Temple Emanuel had to find other avenues of eminence. The strictly orthodox rabbis felt that the head of the orthodox rabbinate should insist on greater orthodoxy within his own congregation. The Great Synagogue had had a SOREL After Hours™ Mule RxUVS
since about 1870, and they felt that Porush should take steps to disband it. This challenge was not so much Eastern versus Western European: it was more religio-political than ethnic.

In the meantime, smaller synagogues appointed “German” rabbis such as Dr Alexander Grozinger and Dr Benjamin Gottshall. The “British” rabbis were also partly in the Germanic mould, often graduates of Jews’ College with its German-style faculty members (if I may be personal, this was my own situation since, though born in Melbourne, I was influenced as a child by Billigheimer and then studied at Jews’ College).[24] The reform rabbis were also the products of German-type scholarship at the Hebrew Union College in the United States and later the Leo Baeck College in London.

The major congregations continued their established “Anglo” pattern, but new forces built up after the Lubavitch Chabad movement began in Shepparton, a town outside Melbourne, with a Chabad yeshivah which subsequently moved to Melbourne, where they created a range of institutions and a climate of learning and orthodoxy. In Sydney Lubavitch also became a force to be reckoned with. Chabad eventually branched out nationally, displaced the “establishment” leadership of the rabbinic organisations and in time took over suburban pulpits and in some cases the large “mother” congregations too, giving the community the perception that Eastern European Judaism was more authentic than Central or Western European.

An interesting development occurred in the liturgical area where also the German pattern was displaced. In the major orthodox congregations and even more in the liberal synagogues, the Western European musical influence had once been axiomatic. Louise et Cie Almeyna wItWavt
and their stately Westernised compositions had ruled for decades. Cantorial and choral programmes had been Germanic, evoking nostalgia amongst congregants who had grown up in this motif. At Temple Beth Israel in Melbourne, for example, the musical director was Dr Hermann Schildberger, who had come from a similar position in Berlin. Now a range of new composers entered synagogue services, and the happy-clappy Shlomo Carlebach trend – so different from the great German Carlebach rabbinic tradition – spread throughout orthodoxy and gained a liberal following also. By the final decades of the twentieth century the Australian liberal movement had almost severed its last ties with the German tradition.

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