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Token: US Denver Mint Souvenir
Token: US Denver Mint Souvenir

Sir or Madam -- You have a modern token or medallion from the Denver Mint. It is worth a few US dollars. From the Coin Doctor we learn:

'The date 1789 is the year of the start of the United States Treasury. The token you have was made to accompany mint sets from the 1980's to 1999. There are two types, one says the Philadelphia Mint and the other says The Denver Mint. The new dollar coins replaced the Treasury tokens in the 2000 mint sets.'

and Brad at AllExpers.com adds this interesting note:

'this is a brass medal than can be bought as a souvenir when visiting the Denver, or another U.S., mint. They used to have a press in the lobby where you could push a button and mint your own piece. It probably dates no later tham the 1970's.'

Coin: 1617 , Genre: Tokens
Requested by: , Mon, 19-Oct-2009 20:43:12 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sat, 07-Dec-2013 02:05:43 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Mon, 21-Dec-2015 15:23:30 GMT
Requester description: 1789 United Stated Mint-Picture of a builing. Other Side= The Department of The Treasury 1789 picture of Lady Justice and a key
Tags: token denver mint souvenir jetton jets jeton ietton tokens exonumia jet jetons mintmark mintmaster mintmarks keepsakes souvenirs sovenir souv sovenirs united stated state department treasury lady woman justice key staats stets stato staaten stado stadt statehood tates stet femal women female feminine fem womans females womens ladys princess ladies iustitia justicia keys building shield coat arms house battlements structure casa workhouse architectural buildin courthouse barn houses dwelling cabin buildings hut architecture sheild coats shiled crests chevrons shild escucheon insignia arm crested crest chevron creast shields escutcheon scales scale

Comments

This coin does not say where it was minted and there is no building on it,but it is a 1789. So what do I have?? and Thank you for being there to help with questions.thank you

- James Simpson
James -- To figure out your coin you must describe it in detail. We have a comprehensive questionnaire for you to fill out. It asks a bunch of questions that, when answered, allows us to ID your coin. To fill out the questionnaire, select the 'free appraisal' link. (Note: if more than 3 requests are pending, the 'free appraisal' link does not appear on the site. Wait for the pending requests to clear, then submit your request.) - CoinQuest (Paul)

  

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