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U.S. Mint

An agency of the United States that strikes coins for circulation and for collectors. It was established in 1792; its first office (in Philadelphia) was the first building commissioned by Congress under the Constitution. It is part of the U.S Treasury Department.
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records of the United States Mint, however, indicate that eight gold
As the law currently stands, the United States Mint has no authority to change the composition of the nickel and can only use copper and zinc for pennies.
The United States Mint has developed a variety of informational materials about the Presidential $1 Coin Program for educators and businesses free of charge.
The rolls and bags of Native American $1 Coins are also available for purchase through the United States Mint Product Enrollment Program.
The one-cent coins produced at the United States Mint at Philadelphia do not have a mint mark.
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The United States Mint was created by Congress in 1792 and became part of the Department of the Treasury in 1873.
25 with the release of the 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life silver dollar, the first commemorative coin issued by the United States Mint this year.
The United States Mint said sales of its one-ounce American Eagle gold bullion coins rocketed to 710,000 ounces in 2008, from 140,000 ounces a year before.
801 9th Street NW is fully leased on a triple net basis to the United States Mint through September 2019.
The United States Mint (Mint) will open sales for the 2018 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (product code 18AJ) on February 9 at noon Eastern Time (ET).
Moy, Director of the United States Mint, unveiled the designs for the 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar.

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