Annual Report of the Director of the Mint

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Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Mint, 1968
 

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Secretary Revised May 1 1969
79
Amendments to Gold Regulations June 5 1969
95
List of Government Coinage Mints of the World 120121
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Details Coinage of Nations and Coins in Circulation in 1968 127190
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SummaryConsumption of Metals in Coinage 195568
191
World Monetary Stocks of Silver Bullion and Coin at end of 1968
197
INDEX
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CONTENTS
MINT OPERATIONS FISCAL YEAR 1970
1
Coinage activities Medals Gold and silver
3
Financial operations
9
Management improvement
10
U S Mint representation at foreign events
13
Joint Commission on the Coinage
16
ទី១០ Page 3 6 7 9 10 13 16 TABLES 19 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 24 25 29 31 1 U S coins manufactured fiscal year 1970
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Subsidiary clad coins manufactured under Coinage Act of 1965 1965
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Shipments by the Mint of newly manufactured U S coins for general circulation fiscal years 1968 1969 and 1970
23
Summary of uncurrent U S coins withdrawn from circulation fiscal years 1969 and 1970
24
Medals produced by the Philadelphia Mint fiscal years 196870
25
Foreign coins and blanks manufactured by U S mints fiscal year 1970
29
Summary of silver receipts issues and balances of the Bureau of the Mint fiscal years 193469
33
Government Coinage Mints of the World 106
106
World monetary units in 1969 174
174
Silver coins withdrawn from circulation 1969 180
180
Mint fiscal years 193470
190
Monetary metals operated on and operating gains and losses of the mints and assay offices fiscal year 1970
1
Analysis of monetery assets and liabilities of the Bureau of the Mint
23
CONTENTS Page
160
Location of U S Government mints 161
161
Number of pieces 162
162
U S coins manufactured by mint institutions 1793Dec
163
specifications and total coined 1965Dec 31 1970 164
164
weight fineness and total coined 165
165
U S minor coins produced 17931970 Face value 188
188
Annual composite coinage Philadelphia Mint Number of pieces 191
191
Annual gold coinage Philadelphia Mint Number of pieces 192
192
Annual gold coinage Philadelphia Mint Face value 194
194
Annual silver coinage Philadelphia Mint Number of pieces 196
196
Annual silver coinage Philadelphia Mint Face value 200
200
Annual minor coinage Philadelphia Mint Number of pieces 204
204
Annual minor coinage Philadelphia Mint Face value 206
206
Annual composite coinage Denver Mint Number of pieces 209
209
Annual gold coinage Denver Mint Number of pieces 210
210
Annual silver coinage Denver Mint Number of pieces 211
211
Annual silver coinage Denver Mint Face value 212
212
Annual minor coinage Denver Mint Number of pieces 213
213
Annual minor coinage Denver Mint Face value 214
214
Annual composite coinage San Francisco Assay Office Number of pieces
215
Annual gold coinage San Francisco Mint Number of pieces
216
Annual gold coinage San Francisco Mint Face value
217
Annual silver coinage San Francisco Mint Number of pieces
218
Annual silver coinage San Francisco Mint Face value
220
Annual minor coinage San Francisco Mint Number of pieces
222
Annual gold coinage New Orleans Mint Number of pieces
223
Annual gold coinage New Orleans Mint Face value
224
June 30 1970
300
World monetary stocks of gold bullion and coin at end of 1969
305
32
306
36
308
37
309
38
312
40
316
World monetary units in 1970
372
FAO national coin issues through Dec 3 1970
378
World production of silver 196870
384

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Página 286 - ... said mint, for the purpose of profit or gain, or otherwise, with a fraudulent intent, and if any of the said officers or persons shall embezzle any of the metals which shall, at any time, be committed to their charge for the purpose of being coined, or any of the coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint, every such officer, or person who shall commit any, or either, of the said offences, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall...
Página 284 - ... weight of pure silver shall be of equal value In all payments with one pound weight of pure gold, and so in proportion as to any greater or less quantities of the respective metals.
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Página 284 - That it shall be lawful for any person or persons to bring to the said Mint gold and silver bullion, in order to their being coined; and that the bullion so brought shall be there assayed and coined as speedily as may be after the receipt thereof, and that free of expense to the person or persons by whom the same shall have been brought.
Página 85 - Gold in any form may be acquired, transported, melted or treated, imported, exported, or earmarked or held in custody' for foreign or domestic account (except on behalf of the United States) only to the extent permitted by, and subject to the conditions prescribed in, or pursuant to, such regulations.

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