This year's set includes two folders of 18 coins each, one from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and the other from the United States Mint at Denver. Each folder includes uncirculated versions of the following coins:
Get an early start on your holiday shopping and order this set today!
The United States Mint Braille Education Set features an uncirculated 2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar, packaging with readable Braille, and historical information. One of this year's limited-edition products—only 25,000 will be produced—this set will only be available for sale until December 11, 2009, so order yours today! (Shipping will begin in late November).
This coin cover features two James K. Polk Presidential $1 Coins from the first day of minting, one each from the United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia and Denver, as well as a postmark of the date the coins were released to the public. It is limited to 40,000 units, so be sure to order yours today!
|U.S. Virgin Islands Official First Day Coin Cover||11/10/2009|
|2009 Lincoln Cent Two-Roll Set "Presidency"||11/12/2009|
|Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 Coin Rolls||11/19/2009|
|Northern Mariana Islands Quarters Bags and Two-Roll Sets||11/30/2009|
James Knox Polk: Many find him to be one of the most decisive Presidents in U.S. history. There were a number of presidential "firsts" during his time in office, some of which may surprise you.
In honor of the recent release of the James K. Polk Presidential $1 Coin, Nero the Mint Police Dog lists his top 11 facts about our 11th chief executive. Check out the list and see the coin as Nero presents October's Coin of the Month!
The "Teachers" section of the site is undergoing a face lift! You may have already noticed the sleek new home page. Subpages will follow suit during the next few months. The goal is to make the section more adult-oriented and easy-to-use not only for teachers, but for coin clubs, scout troops, home schoolers and other educators.
Pay special attention to the main box in days to come, which will actually be four boxes in one. Tabs along the top will let you choose from among "Classroom," "Community," "Coins" and "H.I.P. Pocket Change" displays, with links to relevant features. In the lower right corner, "Trivia Treasures" will give you an assortment of interesting factoids about coins and the United States Mint.