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Circulating Coins. Circulating coins are the coins that the United States Mint produces for everyday transactions. Circulating coins are also included in the United States Mint’s annual coin sets, which are the staple of coin collecting.Is there a mint mark on a medal from West Point?
The West Point Mint produced 10 million quarters in the 2019 America the Beautiful Quarters Program. Most medals don’t have mint marks. The Philadelphia Mint makes Congressional Gold Medals and their bronze duplicates, Presidential Medals, and most others.Why do we have medals at the Mint?
The Mint produces a variety of national medals to commemorate significant historical events or sites and to honor those whose superior deeds and achievements have enriched U.S. history or the world.Where does the s mark on a US coin come from?
San Francisco and West Point Mint Marks. In 1968, proof coin production was moved from Philadelphia to San Francisco, where the proof coins gained the “S” mark. Proofs subsequently made at West Point carry the “W” mint mark.