What are the addresses of the US Mints?
US Mint Philadelphia, PA US Mint West Point, NY US Mint Denver, CO US Mint San Francisco, CA
The US has four mints that make coins. The US mints make coins in the denominations of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 dollar for general US circulation. Half dollars and dollar coins are not often used but they are legal tender and can be used in circulation. The US mint also makes bullion coins made of silver and gold. On top of that they make special coins that…
There are currently four active US Mints, not 3: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point. Philadelphia and Denver are the 2 primary mints, because they make all circulating coins. San Francisco makes proof and some other collectors' coins, while West Point makes platinum, gold and silver coins.
The United States Mint prints our US dollars. The Federal Reserve bank supposedly backs all of the dollars that the US Mint Prints. Their are two mints in the US and each bill and coin has marked on it the mint it originated from. The mints are located in Denver, Colorado and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A coin minted in Philadelphia will have a "P" on it and one minted in Denver will have a "D".
In a number of mints in the world. Each country usually has at least one mint, most have many different government-owned mints and numerous private mints. For example, the current US mint facilities are located in Denver Colorado, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, San Fransisco California and West Point New York.