of the American Revolution Bicentennial for dollar, half dollar, and quarter dollar coins. Legislation sconti apple scuola 1928 March Hawaiian Sesquicentennial Commemorative Coin Legislation Authorizes the coinage of 10,000 silver half-dollars to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Captain James Cook's discovery of the Hawaiian Islands. Press release 1971 January Prices Set for Eisenhower Silver Dollars Premium prices for special Eisenhower dollar coins were set and the ordering details are released in this document. Legislation 1934 June Connecticut Tercentenary Commemorative Coin Legislation Authorizes the coinage of 25,000 silver half-dollars to commemorate the founding of the Colony of Connecticut. Press release 1976 September Bicentennial Coin Production Ends This Year Announces Secretary of the Treasury Simon's decision to discontinue the special Bicentennial reverse designs and revert to the eagle reverse designs. Regulates the legal-tender value of foreign coins in the.S. Other 1963 Letter From Director Adams to a Constituent Who Suggested a John. Legislation 1946 August Booker.
Legislation 1925 January Lexington-Concord Sesquicentennial Commemorative Coin Legislation Establishes the.S. Press release 1968 March Treasury Amends Gold Regulations Treasury Dept amends Treasury Gold Regulations pursuant to agreements by the central banks of Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Press release 1975 March Letters Sent to School Principals About Penny Retrieval Program Mint Director Brooks sent a letter to principals of elementary schools nation-wide, asking for their help in fulfilling the Mint's Penny Retrieval Program. Press release 1971 December Mint Director Cuts Off Orders for 1972 Proof Sets and Miniature Penny Bags The Mint will discontinue orders for 1972 Proof Coin sets and 1971 miniature penny bags on December 31, 1971. Applications are due venerdi 11 novembre sconti April 20 by.m. Press release 1971 July New Visitors' Area Opens at the Denver Mint Governor John Love and Mint Director Mary Brooks today opened a new public area at the Denver Mint, designed for the convenience of visitors touring the Denver coining plant.