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U.S. Mint Attends the 2022 World’s Fair of Money®

August 25, 2022 - By Office of Corporate Communications August 25, 2022 Last week, the U.S. Mint attended the 2022 World’s Fair of Money numismatic convention in Chicago. Mint Director Ventris C. Gibson and other staff members represented the Mint at the five-day event....

Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coin Designs Unveiled

November 24, 2021 - By Office of Corporate Communications November 23, 2021 On November 10, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) and the U.S. Mint unveiled the coin designs commemorating the establishment of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Board members of the museum, members of...

David J. Ryder Director of the Mint Bronze Medal

December 9, 2020 - This medal honors David J. Ryder, the 34th and 39th Director of the United States Mint. The Department of the Treasury has a longstanding tradition of striking bronze medals for each Mint Director. These medals serve as historical artifacts that...

David J. Ryder Sworn in as 39th United States Mint Director

April 12, 2018 - WASHINGTON – Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin swore in David J. Ryder as the 39th United States Mint (Mint) Director today at the Main Treasury Building. Ryder also led the Mint as its 34th Director from September 1992 to November...

Mary Brooks Resigns as Director of the Mint

February 15, 2017 - Press Release February 15, 1977 Mrs. Mary Brooks has resigned as Director of the Mint effective February 11, 1977. In a letter to President Carter February 1, Mrs. Brooks said: My dear Mr. President: With this letter I respectfully tender...

Mary Brooks Receives Treasury’s Highest Award

February 15, 2017 - Press Release January 18, 1977 Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon presented the Alexander Hamilton Award, the Treasury Department’s highest honor award, to Mrs. Mary Brooks, Director of the Mint, on January 11, 1977. Mrs. Brooks is the first...