U.S. Mint


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Noun1.U.S. Mint - the mint that manufactures and distributes United States coins for circulation through Federal Reserve BanksU.S. Mint - the mint that manufactures and distributes United States coins for circulation through Federal Reserve Banks; processes gold and silver bullion
Department of the Treasury, Treasury Department, United States Treasury, Treasury - the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789
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David Bowers presents readers with an in-depth examination and price guide of the silver coinage of U.
5 million on the production of pennies and nickels in the fiscal year 2014, according to a U.
com)-- Join Arches National Park staff, Moab community members, and representatives from the U.
The can--and seven others nearby--contained 1,427 gold coins in all, worth as much as $10 million; most were made by the San Francisco branch of the U.
The United States Mint will begin selling special curved coins this month to honor the National Baseball Hall of Fame, with a design representing the inverse images of a ball and mitt, U.
bullion coin program, this volume presents an inside look at the work performed at the U.
BULLION COIN PROGRAM provides a fine survey of a popular coin collected by many from investors to numismatist, and offers a fine survey by the designer or the coin's reverse who has nearly forty years of experience working in the U.
Utah became the first state in 2011 to authorize an alternative currency when the Legislature passed a law allowing gold and silver coins from the U.
A 1794 silver dollar, which many experts believe was the first such coin struck by the U.
THREE coins honoring the Army--a $5 gold piece, a silver dollar and a clad half-dollar--are now available for purchase from the U.
But Fox and the Franklin Mint aroused the wrath of a mighty wizard even more experienced in creating perceived value by placing its stamp on an object: the U.
I am writing to ask all your readers to send "public comment" to the U.

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