Mint Mark

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Mint Mark

A letter inscribed on a U.S. coin identifying the mint at which it was created. A mint mark of "P" means the coin was made in Philadelphia, while a mint mark of "D" means the coin was made in Denver.
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Yea, they are the current gold coin of the New Jerusalem, with the King's own mint mark on them
Dave Knight, director of commemorative coin at the Royal Mint, said: "Traditionally the Royal Mint marks the passing of prominent members of the royal family in this way.
Director of Commemorative Coin at the Royal Mint Dave Knight said: "Traditionally the Royal Mint marks the passing of prominent members of the Royal Family in this way.
If you set two such stacks (representing two individuals' genomes) side by side and compare two adjacent pennies' mint marks at any given height, they'll usually be the same.
A population report detailing the denomination, mint marks and grades of these gold coins is now available on the NGC website at http://ngccoin.
But he says that collectors will be interested to know they're unsearched, meaning he has no idea if there are rare key dates or mint marks among the coins.
The Denali National Park and Preserve "S" mint mark quarters are available in 100-coin bags and single 40-coin rolls.