Could a trillion-dollar coin really stop the next fiscal crisis?
Ryan Teague Beckwith, Digital First Media
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In this June 15, 2007, photo released by Professional Coin Grading Service, shown is a new John Adams dollar coin that is missing the edge inscriptions. Hundreds of Adams dollar coins have been found without the edge lettering, according to the Professional Coin Grading Service based in Newport Beach, Calif., one of the country's largest rare coin authentication companies. (AP Photo/Professional Coin Grading Service) ** NO SALES ** (Anonymous)
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