Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by RussHJB, Aug 23, 2022.
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They've done a ton of them (https://www.pcgs.com/setregistry/mu...tured-by-mints-united-states/composition/4824), the difference though is they dont say United States of America on them. At most they have a mint mark
Yes, I can. I would have expected you to know this, also.
The smack...win some win some.
Will you cite it?
OK, I'll try. Or was this treasure hunt just for @charley ?
The Philippine Organic Act of 1902 (enacted July 1, 1902)
Section 81. That the subsidiary and minor coinage hereinbefore authorised may be coined at the mint of the Government of the Philippine Islands at Manila, or arrangements may be made by the said Government with the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States for their coinage at any of the mints of the United States, at a charge covering the reasonable cost of the work.
Section 82. That the subsidiary and minor coinage hereinbefore authorised shall bear devices and inscriptions to be prescribed by the Government of the Philippines Islands, and such devices and inscriptions shall express the sovereignty of the United States, that it is a coin of the Philippine Islands, the denomination of the coin, and the year of the coinage.
What isn't debatable is that these coins represent a chapter in American numismatic history, which is why my three examples are stored with my U.S. coins.
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