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Headquartered in Federal Way, Washington, Northwest Territorial Mint maintains a nationwide network of resources. These assets empower us to take on projects that our competitors simply cannot handle and enable us to successfully manage quick turn-times and client deadlines. Our physical plant resources include:

  • Federal Way, WA        Yahoo Map
    Corporate headquarters, retail store, and bullion sales
  • Alexandria, VA      Google Map
    Sales office and east coast logistics headquarters (no bullion sales)
  • Pentagon
    Retail store located on the main concourse (no bullion sales)
  • Green Bay, WI
    Sales office, die-cutting, and sculpting facility (no bullion sales)
  • Dayton, NV
    Corporate offices, 118,000-square-foot state-of-the-art minting facility, home of Medallic Art Company.
  • Tomball, TX
    Corporate offices, minting facility, home of Graco Awards.
Northwest Territorial Mint: Insights & Ideas
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Hot Topic: Foreign Customers

The reputation of our work has spread worldwide to the point that we frequently get asked if we can mint for overseas customers. Of course, the answer is an emphatic yes and we do so nearly every day. With customers on every continent of the world, we have proudly produced coins and medallions for governments large and small and a myriad of private organizations.

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Northwest Territorial Mint: Did You Know?The San Francisco Mint — known as the “Granite Lady” for its stately granite classic revival architecture — contributed mightily to saving the city from total economic chaos by serving as a financial center during the days that followed the devastating 1906 earthquake. As the only institution able to open its doors, the Mint became the temporary treasury for San Francisco’s relief funds, and was the only agency capable of receiving and disbursing the money necessary for the city’s recovery.