About the United States Mint
The United States Mint
was created by Congress in 1792 and became part of the Department of the Treasury in 1873.
The reverse was designed by AIP artist Thomas Hipschen and sculpted by United States Mint
Sculptor-Engraver Charles L.
The Saratoga National Historical Park quarter is the 30th release in the United States Mint
America the Beautiful Quarters[sup.
I'm uniquely excited about this launch because we are making these Bombay Hook quarters 67 miles north of here at our plant in Philadelphia," said United States Mint
at Philadelphia Plant Manager Marc Landry.
ET)-the United States Mint
will host a coin forum at the Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, 2591 Whitehall Neck Road, Smyrna, DE 19977.
The e-business solutions project is designed to help the United States Mint
improve its operations to increase revenue while at the same time reduce operating costs.
The reverse was designed by United States Mint
Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) artist Justin Kunz and will be engraved by United States Mint
Sculptor-Engraver Jim Licaretz.
Users who download theMyUSMint app will have easy access to United States Mint
products - including the ability to place and track orders - and educational information.
In an annual survey that measures how well companies and organizations serve the public, the United States Mint
earned the highest score -- 89 out of 100 -- in the government category for the 2003 American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).
para]]WASHINGTON, June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Join officials from the United States Mint
and the National Park Service for the launch of the quarter honoring Blue Ridge Parkway Thursday, June 25, 2015, at 10 a.
CYA's clients include local and federal government agencies both in the United States and abroad including: The City of Munich, British Foreign Commonwealth Office, The United States Mint
, Marine Nationale - French Navy, and various arms of the United States intelligence, defense and aerospace agencies.
Public Law 113-105, which requires the United States Mint
to strike the Congressional Gold Medal for the American Fighter Aces, also authorizes the bureau to strike and sell bronze reproductions of the medal.