US Mint Philadelphia, PA US Mint West Point, NY US Mint Denver, CO US Mint San Francisco, CA
You can buy directly from the US Mint, not the indivdual mint locations.
The US Mint was created by Congress and makes circulating coins. To apply for a job with the US Mint a person can apply at the USAjobs.gov website.
The Philadelphia Mint
The closest US mint would be the San Fransisco mint.
July 9, 2009 The Uncirculated US Mint set is valued at about $15. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $25. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $42.
Harriet Tubman has never been on a US Mint Coin.
Codes are listed with the product on the US Mint web site.
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Trick question: the answer is zero, because the US Mint doesn't print $10 bills. The US Mint makes coins.
The optimal way to determine when the US Mint will mint a specific coin is to refer to their web-site: USMINT.gov.
United States Mint was created in 1792.
The first US mint (as versus a state or private coiner) opened in Philadelphia in 1792.
As of 10/2009 a 1972 US Mint set retails for about $5.
Most countries have what is referred to as its national mint. For example, the United States Mint is the national mint of the US, the Royal Canadian Mint is the national mint of Canada, and the Royal Mint is the national mint of the UK. However, in the United States the "national mint" is officially called The US Mint and is always referred to by that name. Several private companies have tried to play off possible confusion by putting the word "National" in their names, but they have no connection whatsoever to the US Mint. It's similar to the way a single government-run airline will carry the country's name in recognition of its status as the "flag carrier", while in the US where there is no official national airline, companies are free to name themselves American Airlines and US Airways even though they have no direct relation to the government.
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The US Mint.
Trick question: the answer is none, because the US Mint doesn't print $10 bills. The US Mint makes coins.
No US coin bears an "F" mint mark
US paper money is made at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, coins are made at the US mint.
No you can't buy " gold bars" from the US Mint, but you can buy Bullion coins.
Platinum Bullion coins are produced at the Philadelphia Mint and West Point Mint.
The Philadelphia Mint is in Pennsylvania, the Denver Mint is in Colorado, the San Francisco Mint is in California, and the West Point Mint is in New York.