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Coordinates: 39°57′13″N 75°08′51″W / 39.9536°N 75.1474°W / 39.9536; - 75.1474. The Philadelphia Mint was created from the need to establish a national identity and the needs of commerce in the United States. This led the Founding Fathers of the United States to make an establishment ...

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Jun 5, 2012 ... The first United States Mint opened in Philadelphia and is still the largest producing mint in the world. There are many interesting facts about ...

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Aug 22, 2017 ... Because of its advanced security system, much about Fort Knox remains a mystery. Here are some fun facts to let you in on a little of what goes ...

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"Clipping" is not just an offense in football... Before they were made by machines, coins weren't perfectly round. They also didn't have reeded (grooved) edges.

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Fast Facts. Philly Fast Fact. The US Mint building in Philadelphia (the capital of the United States at that time) was the very first federal building constructed under ...

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10 Facts Coin Kids Should Know. When did coins replace stones, cattle, and other early forms of money? What name should you call a coin collector? Who was ...

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Up to that point, currency in the U.S. included a mix of foreign and colonial currency, ... To hold a coin or medal produced by the Mint is to connect to the founding ...

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The United States Mint, where coins have been made since 1792, has an interesting history. These 8 cool, quirky facts about the U.S. Mint will blow your mind!

www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2014/07/26/crazy-money-facts/13107853

Jul 26, 2014 ... Here are a few facts about money that may just make you see cash just a ... It costs the U.S. Mint 11.18 cents to make a nickel and only 5.65 ...