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November 2007 Highlights
1.  Wyoming First Day Coin Cover
Wyoming Official First Day Coin Cover
The 2007 Wyoming Official First Day Coin Cover is the 44th in the series of the 50 State Quarters® Program First Day Coin Covers. This limited-edition cover – only 35,000 will be produced – features two Wyoming quarter dollars from the first day of mintage – July 30, 2007. Each cover includes two quarters, one each from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver, on a handsome display card with the U.S. non-denominated American Flag postage stamp. The postmark of September 4, 2007, Fort Laramie, WY, marks the day the Wyoming quarter dollars were first released to the Federal Reserve Bank and to the public. Available online now!
2.  James Madison $1 Coin Available in Bags and Rolls
James Madison $1 Bags and Rolls
The James Madison $1 Coin Bags and Rolls are now available on the United States Mint Online Catalog in 25- and 250-coin increments. The 25-coin rolls feature a patriotic wrapper that identifies which Presidential $1 Coin the roll contains. Both the 25-coin rolls and the 250-coin bags are available from either the United States Mint at Philadelphia or Denver.
Purchase these coins today on the United States Mint Online Catalog.
3.  Utah Bags and Rolls
Utah Quarter Bags and Rolls
The Utah quarter dollar is offered in two-roll sets (40 coins per roll) that include one roll each from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver, and in bags of 100 and 1,000 circulating coins. The Utah quarter is the fifth coin in the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program released in 2007. The reverse of Utah's quarter features two locomotives moving toward the golden spike that joined the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, linking East to West and transforming both the Utah Territory and the Nation. The coin bears the inscription "Crossroads of the West," as well as "Utah" and "1896." Order today!
4.  Nugget from the Vault
Nugget from the Vault
Few moments in the 20th Century have been examined and probed in greater detail than the events that occurred in Dallas, Texas, on the morning of November 22, 1963. When three shots were fired in rapid succession from an open sixth floor window above Dealey Plaza, the course of our Nation’s history was irrevocably changed. In the Historian’s Corner section of our website, you can read the full story behind the creation of the John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar commemorating his life. The Historian’s Corner contains other interesting “Nuggets,” archived documents, and coin images that unlock the history of the Mint.
5.  Feed Your Need for Information
RSS Feeds from the Mint
The United States Mint now offers four RSS feeds. RSS, which is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to get the news you want whenever it is updated, even if you are not on www.usmint.gov. Currently, the United States Mint provides RSS feeds for Press Releases, Product Information, Presidential $1 Coin News, and Website Updates. Go to our RSS feeds from the United States Mint page for more information on this modern communication technology.
6.  A Major Meeting
A Major Meeting in Utah
Few meetings in the 1860s were as monumental as the meeting of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads at Promontory, Utah. The eastern and western parts of the country were linked there, starting a network of travel and communications that had a lasting impact on the development of the United States. Learn more about the event selected for commemoration on the Utah quarter, the coin featured as on the United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site for kids.


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Wyoming Official First Day Coin Cover James Madison $1 Bags and Rolls Utah Quarter Bags and Rolls Nugget from the Vault RSS Feeds from the Mint A Major Meeting in Utah
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