U.S. Mint Director David Ryder speaks about how Americans can help get coins moving into the hands of the people and businesses that need them.
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Mutilated coins are coins bent or partial so as to preclude normal machine counting, but are clearly identifiable as to genuineness and denomination. Mutilated coins are only redeemable through the United States Mint’s Philadelphia facility.