February 17, 2017 -
The Mint’s coin production process has advanced greatly since 1792. The first Philadelphia Mint used harnessed horses to drive the crude machinery that produced our coinage. The manual process required heating metals in a blacksmith-like furnace, and flattening them into...
March 7, 2011 -
WASHINGTON – The United States Mint today announced that it is requesting public comment from all interested persons on factors to be considered in conducting research for alternative metallic coinage materials for the production of all circulating coins. These factors...
November 4, 2004 -
More College Students & Professionals Asked to Help Design U.S. Coins & Medals
October 14, 2005 -
United States Mint and Governor Launch Newest Quarter in Charleston
April 17, 2007 -
Final Rule Maintains Policy Established in December
April 18, 2002 -
Six–week Safety Improvement Period Complete
June 21, 2001 -
Federal Information Technology Modernization: Assessing Compliance with the Government Paperwork Elimination Act
July 9, 1999 -
Demand for pennies has increased dramatically in 1999, which has led to instances of temporarily low local penny inventories at commercial banks and financial institutions in several regions of the nation. Demand for pennies is running 33 percent higher than...
July 31, 1998 -
Mint Places Cap on Recurring Numismatic Sets to Gear Up for 1999
April 20, 1998 -
The Philadelphia Mint — Mint Director Philip N. Diehl and Postmaster General Marvin Runyon joined Mint and Postal Service team members today for the unveiling of Vice President Gore’s National Performance Review Hammer Award, recognizing the Mint’s and the Postal...