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Treasury Appoints Ventris Gibson Deputy Director of the U.S. Mint

Ventris Gibson is the new Deputy Director of the U.S. Mint with decades of senior federal service. After U.S. Mint Director Ryder’s resignation, she will serve as Acting Director, making her the first Black person to head this bureau.

U.S. Mint Director David Ryder Resigns

It has been a big surprise: David J. Ryder ends his second term as Director of the U.S. Mint on October 1, 2021. The Department of Treasury has announced Alison Doone as the new Acting Director.

Why Did the US Mint Increase the Production of Circulation Coins in the Covid...

In the Covid year 2020, the US Mint produced over 24 percent more circulation coins than in the previous year: 15.5 billion coins, nearly a record. This is due to a constant shortage of cash in the USA. However, the Mint alone cannot solve this issue.

US Mint Releases the First Colorized US Coins

The new Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins are the first colored Coins in the History of the United States. The two colorized versions are part of a coin program minted in recognition of the 60th Anniversary of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Glenna Goodacre, Famous Sculptor and Coin Designer, Has Left Us

New Mexico artist Glenna Goodacre – well known to coin collectors as the designer of the Sacagawea dollar – has died of natural causes at the age of 80. She passed away at her home in Santa Fe the evening of Monday, April 13, 2020.

50th Anniversary of the World’s Largest Mint

In 1792, US Congress decided to establish a national mint in the then capital Philadelphia. Over the centuries buildings have changed, and the fourth Philadelphia facility was built exactly 50 years ago. It has become the world’s largest mint in both size and production.

US Mint Suspends Redemption Program

In January 2018 the US Mint reinstated its Mutilated Coin Redemption Program in order to enable people and businesses to exchange mutilated coins for reimbursement. After a previous suspension of nearly 3 years to develop safeguards the Mint has decided to suspend it again.

New Chief Engraver at United States Mint

Joe Menna has been named Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. The distinguished artist has been working at the Mint since 2005 and numerous of his works have since won the Coin of the Year award.
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