May 5, 1999 -
George Washington Featured on Heads and Tails of New Jersey Quarter Design
May 18, 1998 -
1998 Reverse Begins Series of Five Designs Highlighting National Landscapes
Total Mintage for Program Trimmed 36 Percent
January 9, 1998 -
Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin today wrote the state governors with details on the design selection process for the 50 states commemorative quarters. Each governor will determine the state’s design–selection process, with final approval resting with the Treasury Secretary. The...
May 4, 1999 -
Washington, D.C. – First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin today unveiled the design for the new dollar coin at a White House ceremony honoring Native American women and their accomplishments. “How fitting that the first...
February 8, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. – The Citizens Commemorative Coin Advisory Committee (CCCAC) at its meeting Monday, February 24, heard informal presentations for two new commemorative coin proposals, and reviewed designs for the coins authorized to honor baseball legend Jackie Robinson. Representatives from...
December 17, 1998 -
3 Sacagawea Obverse and 4 Eagle Reverse Candidates Are Favorites Culled from Public Comment
September 16, 1997 -
Mint Accepting Orders September 22; Delivery Begins December 15 Insignia Set Features Proof Coin, Embroidered Emblem and Cloisonne Enamel Pin
August 13, 2019 -
Artistic Infusion Program Artist “Working with the U.S. Mint has allowed me to combine my interests in history, drawing, and design in a variety of ways, offering exciting challenges with every project.” Ronald D. Sanders is an honors graduate of...
September 18, 2019 -
Artistic Infusion Program Artist “Simply put, there are no words to describe the feeling you get when holding a coin you have designed.” Richard Masters is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where he previously served as...
August 13, 2019 -
Artistic Infusion Program Artist “Watching the Mint engravers add another dimension to my designs is exciting. When it all works out the end product is something to be very proud of.” Thomas Hipschen, an Iowa native, moved to Washington, D.C....