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US Mint - New Orleans  Popular
Mint Strikes First Coins in 1838 The year was 1838. The gold strikes in Georgia, combined with the wealth created on the Southern Plantations, kept the original United States Mint in Philadelphia working at capacity.
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Philadelphia Mint - "Ye, Olde Mint" Congress enacted legislation in 1792 that authorized the newly formed United States of America to mint its own currency in Philadelphia.
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US Mint - West Point, New York  Popular
West Point Bullion Depository Originally, the West Point Bullion Depository was erected in 1937 as a storage facility for silver bullion and was nicknamed "The Fort Knox of Silver."
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US Mint Research  Popular
Four US Mint facilities are presently striking coins for circulation in the United States– The Philadelphia Mint, the Denver Mint, the San Francisco Mint, and and the newest US Mint in West Point, New York.
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US Mint, Carson City, Nevada  Popular
Nevada prospectors who found gold or silver had to haul their heavy bullion, nuggets, and gold dust by horseback or wagon train on a dangerous and difficult trip through Indian and outlaw country to the U. S. Mint in San Francisco.
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US Mint, Dahlonega, Georgia  Popular
Why Build A U.S. Mint in Dahlonega Georgia? It was a dangerous journey to the distant Philadelphia Mint or down to the New Orleans Mint. The Southern frontier had few roads and many rivers to cross. Along the way, bandits, highwaymen and Indians were all eager to steal your gold.
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US Patterns  Popular
This is a good link for many coins with errors. Also has many pictures.
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USCents. Com  Popular
All Copper, All The Time.
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Uses of Coins  Popular
The use of coins welds together our whole life, and is the basis of all our transactions. Whenever anything is to be bought or sold, we do it all through coins. —John Chrysostom
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State Quarters, US Coins, Paper Money & More.
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