The United States Mint in Denver mints quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. The Mint offers free tours of its facility Monday - Thursday. The U.S. Mint in Denver is one of four mints in the country producing coins.

A Family Fun Day at the United States Mint in Denver

The United States Mint in Denver mints quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. The Mint offers free tours of its facility Monday - Thursday. The U.S. Mint in Denver is one of four mints in the country producing coins.

18 free things to do in Philly...A boon for budget travelers, Philadelphia is packed with American history. Here are all the attractions—from the United States Mint to the Liberty Bell—families can experience for free.

18 Free Things to Do in Philadelphia

18 free things to do in Philly...A boon for budget travelers, Philadelphia is packed with American history. Here are all the attractions—from the United States Mint to the Liberty Bell—families can experience for free.

Handling your change. Each year, the United States Mint makes between 14 billion and 20 billion circulating coins.

Handling your change. Each year, the United States Mint makes between 14 billion and 20 billion circulating coins.

The Denver Mint: Duration: Approximately 45 minutes*  Tours are recommended for children 7 years of age and older.   *Note: Please be aware that coin product...

The Denver Mint: Duration: Approximately 45 minutes* Tours are recommended for children 7 years of age and older. *Note: Please be aware that coin product...

Denver Mint Building United States Mint – Denver Mint 320 West Colfax Avenue Denver, Colorado 80204-2693  (Tour entrance on Cherokee Street)

Denver Mint Building United States Mint – Denver Mint 320 West Colfax Avenue Denver, Colorado 80204-2693 (Tour entrance on Cherokee Street)

In 1792, The Coinage Act created the Mint. "The primary mission of the United States Mint is to manufacture and distribute circulating coins, precious metals and collectible coins, and national medals to meet the needs of the United States" and "also maintains physical custody and protection of the Nation's gold and silver assets (...) The United States Mint operates six facilities across the United States" (http://1.usa.gov/JEklmO).

In 1792, The Coinage Act created the Mint. "The primary mission of the United States Mint is to manufacture and distribute circulating coins, precious metals and collectible coins, and national medals to meet the needs of the United States" and "also maintains physical custody and protection of the Nation's gold and silver assets (...) The United States Mint operates six facilities across the United States" (http://1.usa.gov/JEklmO).

United States Mint Silver Proof Set 2011 Zustand PP s. Bilder

United States Mint Silver Proof Set 2011

United States Mint Silver Proof Set 2011 Zustand PP s. Bilder

US Mint - Lesson Plans for Grades K-12 - Including Common Core and National Standards

US Mint - Lesson Plans for Grades K-12 - Including Common Core and National Standards

The homeless have set up living on the steps of the old United States Mint building in San Francisco, as seen on May, 28, 2015. This literally breaks my heart

Warning: San Francisco smells like a toilet

The homeless have set up living on the steps of the old United States Mint building in San Francisco, as seen on May, 28, 2015. This literally breaks my heart

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