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2012 ATB Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Bags and Rolls P.D.S.

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A HOT ITEM!

The beauty of Kilauea is captured on this magnificent coin. The United States Mint is proud to offer the
2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park quarter. Available in 100-coin bags, 40-coin rolls and two-roll sets,
this sizzling coin is available today. Order now!

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Written by Robert L. Wilson

August 31, 2012 at 8:31 am

Early Denver Mint

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Title The U. S. Mint Denver, Colorado Creator(s) Continent Stereoscopic Company. Summary View of the United States Mint at 16th (Sixteenth) and Market Streets in Denver, Colorado. The brick masonry building has a a tower with battlements. Date [between 1870 and 1898]

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Photo Courtesy of Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library

Written by Robert L. Wilson

July 26, 2012 at 9:26 am

Denver Mint | Capitol in Background

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Title U. S. Mint, Capitol in background Creator(s) Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975. Summary View of the United States Mint in Denver, Colorado. Cars are parked on Delaware and Colfax Streets; the Colorado State Capitol is in the background.

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Photo Courtesy of Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library

Written by Robert L. Wilson

July 24, 2012 at 9:24 am

U.S. Mint Entrance Denver Colorado | Circa 1906-1910

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Close up view of the entryway of the United States Mint at Denver, Colorado.  This photo was taken between 1906 & 1910 by Louis Charles McClure  He remains relatively obscure, but his cityscape pictures of Denver are among the most accurate and artistic depictions of any American city during the City Beautiful era.  Check out other Coinologist archive photo posts here.

Photo Courtesy of Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library

Written by Robert L. Wilson

March 12, 2012 at 7:12 am

A Suite Deal

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The ANA has mile-high expectations for its 2012 spring National Money Show in Denver.  Everyone likes an upgrade, so why don’t you treat yourself and your customers the right way with A Suite Deal!

2012 Lincoln One-Cent Coin | Uncirculated

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You should start seeing 2012 pennies in your pocket change soon.  The penny has been fighting a battle lately, as so many people think it is time for it to go away.  I like the cent and think it should stay!

Obverse:
Engraver:  Victor D. Brenner
Description:  Bears the likeness of President Lincoln.

Reverse
Designer:  Lyndall Bass
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The reverse features a union shield with a scroll draped across it bearing the inscription E PLURIBUS UNUM (“out of many, one”).  The 13 vertical stripes of the shield represent the states joined in one compact union to support the federal government, represented by the horizontal bar above.  The union shield, which dates back to the 1780s, was used widely during the Civil War.  In addition, the shield device is featured on frescoes throughout the halls of the U.S. Capitol Building by Constantino Brumidi, artist of the Capitol during Lincoln’s presidency.

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America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set | Chickasaw National Recreation Area

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Chickasaw National Recreation Area exists as a part of the national park system to commemorate the Chickasaw Nation and its cultural history, historic landscapes and structures and to provide public education through use and enjoyment of those resources. The America the Beautiful Three-Coin Set includes one uncirculated Chickasaw National Recreation Area quarter each from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver, as well as a proof quarter from the United States Mint at San Francisco. Order today and learn about Chickasaw!.

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Written by Robert L. Wilson

December 21, 2011 at 7:21 am

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