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.
References in classic literature ?
"Yea, they are the current gold coin of the New Jerusalem, with the King's own mint mark on them!"
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The United States Mint announced that it has released the first ever circulating coins with West Point mint marks. Throughout the remainder of the year, two million each of the scheduled 2019 America the Beautiful Quarters will be minted at West Point.
The announcement of the W mint mark quarters coincides with the 227th anniversary of the United States Mint on April 2 and kicks off a program designed to spark a renewed interest in coin collecting.
We want to encourage Americans to consider coin collecting by making the W mint mark quarters only available in general circulation, said United States Mint Director David Ryder.
This 2016 [pounds sterling]2 coin issued by the Royal Mint marks the 350th Anniversary of the iconic moment in the city's history from which modern London emerged.
The launch of Orbit Freeze Mint marks the brand's newest product innovation since introducing Orbit White in 2016.
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.