Definitions for "Reeded edge"
the edge of a coin on which raised lines appear
Also known as milling or graining, the serrations on the edge of a coin impressed by the collar die. Originally used to prevent clipping, the practice is now used primarily as a decorative feature.
the lines or "ribs" on a coin's edge which are produced at the time of striking by the collar (a steel ring used to retain the planchet in the striking chamber and on the lower die during the striking process)