The United States Mint has been striking many coins at the West Point Mint with the “W” mint mark in recent years.
Among these W mint marks, the very famous ones, but which coin was the first one struck with W mint mark?
We talk about it and some other valuable coin struck at the West Point mint.
Thank You for watching and as always remember to check your change. You might have more money in your pocket than you think!
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11 Comments on “The first coin ever struck with the W mint mark!”
I know I was at the auction
1984 W $10 Gold coin.
I did not. Thanks!
I learned something today thanks
thanks for a great video jb.question for you and b,how can you tell if you have a 1974w penny,if there is no mint mark?have yet to find any w coins,i think thats why i find them so cool.
j i thought it about it.i may have figured it out if a 1974 doesnt have a p or d mark.and doesnt have a mark.would that be a w?really enjoy your history lessons.
I did not know anything about the West Point Mint Mark. Thank you
Wow i was right I said the one cent.
I was not aware of the 1974 Lincoln penny struck at West Point for the Philly Mint! I learned something new today!! Thanks J/B!!!