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July 2007 Highlights.
1. American Eagle Platinum Coins in both Proof and Uncirculated Conditions Available
Image Shows Two New American Eagle Platinum Coins.

Releasing this month are both the proof and uncirculated versions of the American Eagle Platinum Coins, the most precious metal the United States Mint has to offer. Coins are available in four sizes as well as in a four-coin set.

The reverse design of the coin represents the Executive Branch and depicts a bald eagle with its wings spread wide to represent freedom with a shield at the ready to enforce the laws that guarantee those freedoms.

Purchase these coins today on the United States Mint Online Catalog.

2. 2007 United States Mint Proof Set® Features 14 Coins
Image Shows 2007 United States Mint Proof Set.

This year's United States Mint Proof Set contains the first four Presidential $1 Coins – Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison – along with the five state quarters struck in 2007 – Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah – and don't forget the Golden Dollar featuring Sacagawea, Kennedy half–dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and Lincoln cent. All of these coins are in proof condition and are packaged in protective coin cases.

This set is available now on the United States Mint Online Catalog for $26.95. Order your sets today!

3. Idaho First Day Coin Cover on Sale Now
Images Shows Idaho Official First Day Coin Cover.

The Idaho First Day Coin Cover, the 43rd in the series became available July 3, 2007. This limited-edition cover – only 35,000 will be produced   features two Idaho quarter–dollars from the first day of mintage – May 3, 2007 – one each from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver. The coins are featured on a handsome display card with the U.S. non-denominated American Flag postage stamp. Order your Idaho First Day Coin Cover today!

4. Everyday Heroes
Image Shows All About Circulating Coins.

We know that the 50 State Quarters and the Presidential $1 Coins get most of the attention, but what about the other "everyday" coins that we may take for granted. The penny, nickel, dime, half-dollar are important parts of the United States Mint's coin production each year. Our new Circulating Coins section of our website provides information on all the coins that make up our nation’s circulating coinage and that are featured in our ever popular Annual Coin Sets.

5. Raptor Meets Quarter
Image shows the falcon and state outline from the Idaho quarter behind the word Idaho.

Which coin has earned the prestigious honor of being selected Coin of the Month at the United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site? It's the new Idaho quarter! Learn about the animal featured there, one of the fastest animals on Earth and Idaho's official raptor. Check out July's Coin of the Month!

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Image Shows Two New American Eagle Platinum Coins. Image 2007 United States Mint Proof Set. Image Shows Idaho Official First Day Coin Cover. Image Shows All About Circulating Coins. Image shows the falcon and state outline from the Idaho quarter behind the word Idaho.
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