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U.S. Mint,

Established by the Act of April 2, 1792, the U.S. Mint today operates in Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point, with administrative support based in Washington, D.C. (This biographical entry identifies the U.S. Mint as a generic author of various Mint publications.)

 



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    Charlotte Mint Working Volume 1837

    Charlotte Mint Working Volume

    A unique document originating from the early days of the Charlotte Mint. Covering 1838-1841, this volume consists of published material governing Mint operation (especially congressional reports), in addition to numerous notes and annotations likely made by the Superintendent of the Charlotte Mint. John Wheeler, the original Superintendent, was replaced by Burgess Gaither in August 1841, and it is possible that this volume is exclusively the work of Wheeler. In any case, the volume appears to be the result of a thorough investigation to understand the legislative directives related to the operation of a branch Mint.


    Catalogue of Coins of the United States 1928

    Catalogue of Coins of the United States

    "Catalogue of Coins of the United States", United States Mint, 1928.

    Monetary Units and Coinage Systems of the Principal Countries of the World 1929

    Monetary Units and Coinage Systems of the Principal Countries of the World

    "Monetary Units and Coinage Systems of the Principal Countries of the World", by the United States Mint, 1929.

    Our American Coins 1972

    Our American Coins

    "Our American Coins", by the United States Mint, 1972.

    The Mint's Historic Tiffany Glass Mosaics 1977

    The Mint's Historic Tiffany Glass Mosaics

    "The Mint's Historic Tiffany Glass Mosaics", by the United States Mint, 1977.

    Catalogue of Official Coins and Medals 1985

    Catalogue of Official Coins and Medals

    "Catalogue of Official Coins and Medals", United States Mint, 1985.

    The Experimental Aluminum Cent Project 2016

    The Experimental Aluminum Cent Project

    Brochure distributed by the U.S. Mint at the 2016 American Numismatic Association convention, discussing the 1974 aluminum cents and the recovery of 1974-D example.

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