The following is a list of United States mints, past and present: Location, Years of operation. From 1965 to 1967 all U.S. coins were struck without mint marks.
To hold a coin or medal produced by the Mint is to connect to the founding principles. Browse our History section to learn about the Mint's history as one of the .
Where Are Coins Minted in the United States? West Point, New York. The West Point Mint was constructed in 1937, but at that time was known as the West Point Bullion Depository. Philadelphia Mint. Denver Mint. San Francisco Mint.
Four U.S. Mint facilities are presently striking coins for circulation in the United Statesâ€“ The Philadelphia Mint, the Denver Mint, the San Francisco Mint, and and
Mint Marks are small letters designating where the coins were minted. The Mint Mark position is usually found on the reverse of coins minted prior to 1965 (with .
Though many branch mints closed their doors long ago, the Denver, San Francisco and West Point locations still operate â€“ as does the main U.S. Mint facility in .
US coins are avidly collected by date and mintmark, and the presence or absence of a. Specific locations of mintmarks on US circulating coins are as follows:.