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72.  Is your coin marked? Maybe, maybe not...  Most coins made at the United States Mint get a mint mark—a letter code that shows which branch struck the coin. Philadelphia doesn't always use a mark because it was the first branch. And no marks were used in 1965 through 1967. But today, most coins except Philadelphia's have mint marks on the back.

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