Who named the United States coins?

Answer In the late 1700s, the Continental Congress and then the Congress of the new United States of America established a mint that would produce coinage. The names of the coins are in that legislation. ... Read More »

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How to Find the Value of United States Coins?

Congress first authorized coinage for the United States in 1792. Since that time the U.S. Mint has struck billions of coins in dozens of denominations using a composition of many different metals. ... Read More »

Where are coins made in the United States?

The United States Mint creates coins. The facilities that produce regular coins are located in Philadelphia and Denver. Facilities that produce commemorative coins are located in West Point and San... Read More »

Does the united states mint produce gold coins?

The U.S. States Mint does produce gold coins. These coins are usually commemorative coins meant for collectors and are not circulated to the general public. There are also American Eagle Gold bulli... Read More »

Can a soldier in the united states marine corps switch to be a united states navy seal?

Yes but you might be deranked or up ranked depending were you where in the Marines.