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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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The Philadelphia Mint is one of four US Mint in the country.
According to Robert Morris, chief of the US Mint police force, this method of access control is one of the most effective means of protecting US Treasury assets: "It's a great deterrent just having the metal detector there and making people go through it.
Safeguarding the dies, or molds, is a much more critical concern for the US Mint.
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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 14, 1998--The US Mint announced it has awarded the integrated communications assignment for its Fifty State Quarter Commemorative Coin Program to Grey Advertising.
The US Mint chose Grey based on its ability to integrate a number of different communications services including advertising, direct marketing, public relations, design and promotion.
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