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AD6F69AD6F69AD6F69AD6F69AD6F69173111105Copper Penny 🎨 RGB Color Code: #AD6F69

The hexadecimal RGB code of Copper Penny color is #AD6F69. This code is composed of a hexadecimal AD red (173/256), a 6F green (111/256) and a 69 blue component (105/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(173,111,105). Closest WebSafe color: Copper rose (#996666)
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Copper Penny on Wikipedia

1943 steel cent
instead of the previously 95%-copper-based bronze composition) has led to various nicknames, such as wartime cent, steel war penny, zinc cent and steelie. The
Penny (United States coin)
cent has been issued primarily as a copper or copper-plated coin throughout its history. Due to inflation, pennies have lost virtually all their purchasing
silver, the penny, half-penny, and quarter-penny in copper, were introduced to the Cape. Later two-shilling, four-penny, and three-penny coins were added
History of the British penny (1714–1901)
millions of pennies over the next decade. After that, it was not until 1825 that pennies were struck again for circulation, and the copper penny continued
Penny (British pre-decimal coin)
from the late 18th century it was minted in copper, and then after 1860 in bronze. The plural of "penny" is "pence" (often added as an unstressed suffix)
Copper (color)
first recorded use of copper red as a color name in English was in 1590. At right is displayed the color copper penny. Copper penny is one of the colors
Penny (Canadian coin)
2000 and the end of the penny's distribution in 2012, the 1-cent coin was produced using either the copper-plated steel or copper-plated zinc compositions
New Copper Penny
New Copper Penny was a nightclub located at the intersection of Southeast 92nd Avenue and Foster Road in Portland's Lents neighborhood, in the U.S. state
Penny (British decimal coin)
The British decimal one penny (1p) coin is a unit of currency and denomination of sterling coinage worth 1⁄100 of one pound. Its obverse featured the
Pound sterling
double florin in 1887. In 1860, copper was replaced by bronze in the farthing (quarter penny, 1⁄4d), halfpenny and penny. During the First World War, production

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