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Something old, something new on coins and medals, just for you!
The Coins Are Coming
(Current and future coin programs)
The Circulating Coins section tells you all about the coins we use every day.
The Presidential $1 Coin Program celebrates all of our past presidents.
Commemorative Coins celebrate special people, places, and events.
The Native American $1 Coin Program began in 2009.
Link to this page to read the story behind Europe's euro.
Here's the story on this program and its quarters' designs.
(Past coin programs)
The Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Coin Program honors Lincoln's life.
This is a six-coin series of quarters from 2009.
The 50 State Quarters® Program celebrates each of the 50 states.
The Westward Journey Nickel Series™ celebrates Lewis and Clark and the Louisiana Purchase.
The 1975–76 Bicentennial Coin Program celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence—on three circulating coins.
If you like nickels, the Nifty Nickels page is all about the 5-cent coin.
Take the quick tour of the steps used in making a coin.
Follow GW Quarter on the journey from legislation to circulation.
Learn how you can tour a real United States Mint facility.
The Philadelphia Mint
The Denver Mint
Medal Mania is the home of Inspector Collector's growing medals collection, grouped into categories:
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