South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force/Department of the Interior

Department of the Interior

“I just wanted to thank you for your outstanding services on my coin order for the Everglades Task Force and the Secretary of the Interior. The coins look great and we are very impressed with your work.

I am personally carrying the coins to Washington DC and the Secretary will be presenting the first of several coins to those persons being recognized on Friday December 2, 2016.

Thanks again for the order being delivered on-time as promised.”

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Ancient Coins are Relatively Common

Northwest Territorial Mint: Did You Know?Digging up archeological artifacts is common in England, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Tunisia and a dozen other countries where ancient coins are found. The Roman Empire was vast and spanned a thousand years. If you were a collector in England, you would see ancient coins for sale in every coin shop, often because a farmer in a field, or someone scavenging with a metal detector found them in the ground — sometime in hoards of thousands together, where some Roman subject long ago buried them for safekeeping. Museums usually get first pick, but most finds are of coins already in the museums, so they go on the market.