U.S. Mint


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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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Surcharges on the pieces will be $35 for each gold coin, $10 for a silver coin and $5 for each half-dollar coin and will authorized for payment to the Hall of Fame, the U.
The drafts of the quarter design released over the weekend were preliminary efforts by U.
today announced that John Mercanti, retired 12th Chief Engraver of the U.
She wouldn't discuss particulars of the drawings, though, citing the wishes of the U.
Consumers will quickly discover that, not only is the golden dollar a beautiful coin, but it also speeds up purchases at cash registers and vending machines,'' U.
The 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollars are nearly sold out according to the latest U.
In 1959, the Lincoln Memorial was added to the reverse of the penny by U.
After sorting through more than 90,000 comments delivered via the Internet for the front of the gold-colored $1 coin, U.
This year we added two new government agencies, the U.
Most of the pennies were in $50 bags direct from the U.
However, both "proof" and "uncirculated" versions of all three coins can still be purchased individually from the U.

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