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.
The United States Mint currently operates six different facilities, though only four of those mint coins. Learn more about these mint locations.
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
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes paper money and, like the United States Mint, is an agency of the Department of the Treasury. In addition to coins .
The U.S. Mint serves the American people by manufacturing and distributing coins and medals; and providing security over entrusted assets.
The U.S. Mint manufactures circulating U.S. coins, bullion, collectibles, and is your source for tours, online games, and numismatic news.
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 .