Request U.S. Mint Resources

The U.S. Mint offers free printed materials to the public to promote our coin programs. Please read the section below for a list of available printed resources and how to make a request. We are experiencing shipping delays due to a high volume of requests for promotional and educational materials. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

American Women Quarters™ Program Coin Board Requests

American Women Quarters coin board front and backThe American Women Quarters Program coin boards provide spaces to insert each of the program’s quarters. The 2022 coin boards are free and are available while supplies last. The Mint will release information about next year’s coin boards later in 2022. Check this page or follow the Mint on Facebook or Twitter for updates.

Education Materials Requests

Along with the online resources throughout this website, the Mint offers printed materials for educators and caretakers to bring coins to life for students. Please send us an email with your name, mailing address, requested materials, and quantity to education.outreach@usmint.treas.gov. We cannot ship to PO Boxes. You may also include other information about your group (e.g., Scouts, elementary school students, homeschooling). Explore the available resources below.

  • Coin Coloring Book: Features a variety of modern and historic coin designs for kids or adults to color. It also includes a “design your own coin” activity.
  • Discover the World of Coins Trifold: Explains the basics of coins to kids and highlights games and activities available on the Coin Classroom website.
  • Pencils: Shows coin designs, U.S. Mint seal, and other Mint information.
  • Penny Planchet: Sealed packet featuring a penny side-by-side with a copper blank or planchet. Useful in explaining how designs are stamped onto coins. (Note: limit one per order.)
  • Stickers: Small stickers featuring U.S. Mint Coin Classroom characters and the latest coin designs.

The items below are currently unavailable. Please check back soon for updates.

  • Coins For You Brochure: Provides an overview of coin collecting, coin types, parts of a coin, and how to get started collecting.
  • U.S. Mint Collector Cards: Packets of cards in a variety of colors that feature coin designs, U.S. Mint Coin Classroom characters, and information about coins.