Northwest Territorial Mint: Insights & Ideas
Shot Show coin
Hot Topic: The Trade Show Coin

A few trade show regulars have found a new way to make an impression when greeting visitors to their booth. Instead of a business card and throw-away brochure, they offer a real custom coin made specifically for the show, with their contact particulars minted on the reverse. Those coins are kept as souvenirs and definitely do not get thrown away.

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Northwest Territorial Mint: In The News

The Brasher Doubloon

Northwest Territorial Mint: Did You Know?Lack of readily available, full-weight coinage that was not counterfeit was a major problem in our nation’s early years. In 1787, New York State granted Ephraim Brasher a petition to mint coins. Brasher was a highly regarded goldsmith and silversmith with George Washington among his clients. Over the next few years Brasher struck various copper coins and a small quantity of gold coins, using the “EB” hallmark for coins he either minted or assayed.