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  2. West Point Mint | U.S. Mint - United States Mint

    U.S. Mint West Point Facility Located near the U.S. Military Academy in New York, the United States Mint at West Point stores silver, gold, and platinum bullion, as well as mints: American Eagle proof and uncirculated coins in gold, silver, and platinum American Buffalo gold bullion coins Commemorative Coins as authorized by Congress

  3. West Point Mint - Wikipedia

    The West Point Mint is a U.S. Mint production and depository facility erected in 1937 near the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, United States. As of 2019 the mint holds 22% of the United States' gold reserves, or approximately 54 million ounces [2] (over $100 billion USD as of 2021 ).

  4. US Mint | Coins & Medals from the West Point Mint - United States...

    West Point. The United States Mint at West Point creates some of the Mint’s most beloved collector’s pieces which are prized around the world. These treasured coins include American Eagle proof and uncirculated coins in gold, silver, and platinum. American Buffalo gold bullion coins and commemorative coins are also produced at the West Point Mint. Each coin produced by the West Point Mint is designated by a small, capital letter “W” on the obverse, or “heads,” side.

  5. The West Point mint mark first appeared on U.S. coins in September 1983 and is the “youngest” mintmark seen on the nation’s coinage. While the West Point Mint was first established as a bullion depository in 1937, it was striking coinage by the 1970s. The facility was granted mint status on March 31, 1988.

  6. W Mint Mark Circulating Quarter Collectible | U.S. Mint

    The announcement of the W mint mark quarters coincides with the 227th anniversary of the United States Mint on April 2 and kicks off a program designed to spark a renewed interest in coin collecting. The release also ties in with the American Numismatic Association’s National Coin Week (April 21-27) and parallels a separate initiative that organizers have dubbed “the Great American Coin Hunt.”

  7. The West Point Mint | Collecting US Coins

    West Point would be the first to mint American Eagle Platinum coins in 1997 and American Eagle Palladium coins in 2017. This mint branch would also begin to mint modern coinage. They include: Lincoln Cent 2019-W Proof included in the 2019 Proof Set 2019-W Reverse Proof included in the 2019 Silver Proof Set

  8. West Point Mint Quarters - The Patriotic Mint

    West Point Mint Quarters. Two million of each of the five West point quarter dollars will be struck at the West Point Mint and randomly mixed in with coins struck at the Denver and Philadelphia Mints for circulation distribution. Each coin also features a privy mark signifying the allied victory in World War II.

  9. What Was the First W-Mint Coin? - PCGS

    The United States Mint has been striking many coins at the West Point Mint with the “W” mint mark in recent years. Among these W mint mark coins are the circulating 2019-W and 2020-W Quarters, which garnered a lot of attention in the press and even inspired the popular PCGS Quarter Quest. But as the catalog of W mint mark coinage grows larger and larger, many collectors are left to wonder what that first W mint mark coin was.

  10. Why Everyone Is Searching for the Rare New West Point Quarter

    2019 ATB with W Mint Mark. Timed to coincide with the 227th anniversary of the founding of the United States Mint, the April 2nd announcement revealed that 10 million special 2019-W America the Beautiful quarters will be struck at West Point for circulation this year, making it an instant rarity. This 10 million coin mintage will consist of two million each of the five 2019 America the Beautiful designs:

  11. 2019-W & 2020 WV75 Privy West Point Mint Quarter’s In Two Clear Plastic Case’s With The Black Background That Really Show’s How Nice These Quarter’s Actually Are! These Quarter’s Were Removed Right From New Bank Roll’s Wearing Glove’s 🧤And Placed Right Into The New Clear Plastic Case’s With The Black Background And These Quarter’s Never Made It Into Circulation 👍!