What does the secret sevrice have to do with the US mint?
Mint Marks On Coins The mint mark for US coins minted since 1968 is on the heads side of the coin usually at the base of the neck or under the date. Previous years had the mint mark on the reverse, or tails, side of the coin in some convenient clear area of the design. Often these mint marks …are hard to see, especially on a well-worn coin. Before 1980, except on the Susan B. Anthony dollar and "war nickels" dated 1942-45, Philadelphia coins had no mint mark. So if you have an older coin without a mint mark, that's OK. It's not an error, it's just from Philly. More details... Mint marks appear in different places depending on which coin you have, sometimes they're even in different places on the same type of coin depending on what date the coin was minted! The only general rules for U.S. coins are > Up to 1964, most coins had mint marks on the reverse (back) side. They were normally located under the wreath or eagle on higher denomination coins, and near the side or bottom of some others. Of course, there were exceptions such as Standing Liberty quarters, Walking Liberty halves from 1916 and 1917, and Lincoln cents. > Starting in 1968 all coins except Presidential Dollars have mint marks on the obverse (front) side. Again, there's no specific rule for their location. Presidential dollars have the mint mark incused (recessed) on their edges. > Coins minted before 1980, except wartime nickels and 1979 dollars, have no mint mark if they were made in Philadelphia. Higher-denomination coins minted after that have a P. Pennies made in Philadelphia and West Point do not have a mint mark, even today. Other mint marks are D = Denver, 1906 to today S = San Francisco, up to 1955 and occasionally after that, plus on all proof coins from 1968 to today W = West Point, on modern commemorative coins O = New Orleans, up to 1909 CC = Carson City, up to 1893 D = Dahlonega GA, 1838-1861 (not at the same time as Denver) C = Charlotte, also 1838-1861 (MORE)
Answer . US Mint \nPhiladelphia, PA\n. \nUS Mint\nWest Point, NY\n. \nUS Mint\nDenver, CO\n. \nUS Mint\nSan Francisco, CA
Discuss why overhead costing methods using plant-wide overhead rate or departmental overhead rates are no longer adequate for costing products and sevrices in other companies?
ABC Costing . With advancing technology and intense competitions, companies will strive to provide wider varieties of goods and services. Companies will thus produce both simple and complex products. Complex products tend to consume more non-unit level activities. Examples of non-unit level activ…ities are setups, inspections and equipment maintenance, etc.. When there is a large proportion of non-unit level activities, plant-wide overhead rate and departmental overhead rates will result in inaccurate costing. This is because the two traditional methods use unit-level cost driver that cannot capture non-unit level activities with precision. An example of unit-level cost driver is machine hours, since every product requires machine time.. Usually complex products are produced in lower volume than simple products. Since the traditional costing methods use a unit-level cost driver, simple products will have higher overhead costs than the complex products. The products will thus be priced higher. The complex products, which use more non-unit level activities are priced lower.. Logically, complex products are more expensive than simpler products because of their more complicated production processes. These production processes involve more non unit-level activities.. The inaccurate costing leads to inaccurate prices of products, i.e. overpricing the simpler products and underpricing the complex products. The overpriced products might lead the firm to shut down its production unit due to low demand. Similarly, the underpriced complex products will have unexceptionally higher demand. This will undermine the true profits made by the firm. Because although higher demands lead to higher sales, the revenue that the firm collects are, in fact, less than what it supposed to get, if proper costing method is used, e.g. ABC Costing. Companies will incur losses instead because of the high expenses incurred that are not captured in producing the complex products.. Hence, the plant-wide rate and departmental rates are no longer adequate to use for costing products. Activity based costing refers to the methodology that identifiesactivities in a given organization and assigning each activity agiven cost. (MORE)
Answer . The so-called "strawberry leaf" variety large cent struck in 1793 has sold for around $300,000. . A cent with the same date and a chain-link design on the back sold for a similar amount. . Some others that are also rare, though not as valuable: (maximum prices shown for the highest a…vailable grade, lesser quality may be far lower in value) . 1793 wreath type with a lettered edge - $250,000 1796 - $40,000 1856 Flying Eagle - $35,000 1861 - $41,000 1864 made of cupro-nickel - $19,000 1888 over 1887 date - $50,000 1909-S Lincoln - $11,000 1909-S VDB Lincoln - $78,000 1910-S - $39,000 1912 - $23,000 1914-D - $22,000 1914-S - $49,000 1919-D - $42,000 1922 "plain" error - $123,000 1924 - $25,000 1943 copper - $112,000 1943-D copper - $240,000 1943-S copper - $150,000 1944 steel - $126,000 1955 double die - $39,000 (MORE)
Greece. Mints are such widely used herbs it would be hard to find any cuisine that doesn't use them. They are used in many lamb dishes in Greece, but they are used in Italian foods as well. Indian cooking also uses mint in many of their dishes. It is used in candy as well as flavoring in toothpaste…. (MORE)
Washington quarters dated from 1932 to 1964 is on the back side above the "R" in the word Quarter. . No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco D = Denver . 1965-1967 coins have no mint marks regardless of where they were struck. . 1968-1979 coins have a D to the right of Washington's w…ig if from Denver, and no mint mark if from Philadelphia . 1980 and later coins have a D or a P in the same location. . 1968 and later proof coins (sold in special sets to collectors) have an S to the right of Washington's wig. . Standing Liberty quarters have the mint mark above and to the left of the date. The "M" on the opposite side is the monogram of the designer H. A. MacNeil. . No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco D = Denver . (MORE)
Answer . For dimes minted in 1964 and earlier, the mint mark is usually on the reverse, or "tails" side, of the coin. Many times the mint mark gets lost in the rest of the design. A poor strike or a well-circulated, well-worn coin may obliterate the mint mark, or make it otherwise unrecognizable. …. Specific positions for the major designs: . Liberty Seated dimes 1838-1860: on the reverse side below the word DIME (*) . Liberty Seated dimes 1860-1891: reverse side below the wreath (*) . Barber dimes 1892-1916: reverse side below the wreath . Mercury dimes 1916-1945: reverse side next to the E in ONE . Roosevelt dimes 1946-1964: reverse side next to bottom of the torch . Roosevelt dimes 1968-present: front side above the date Mint mark letters are as follows: . No mint mark (up to 1979) or P (1980 and later) = Philadelphia . D = Denver (1906-present) . S = San Francisco (up to 1955; proofs only 1968-present) . O = New Orleans (up to 1909) (*) The mint mark position was moved during the middle of 1860 so it may be in either position for dimes with that date. (MORE)
For US minted coins, look for a tiny capital letter somewhere inthe design. For coins minted since 1968, the mint mark is on thefront of the coin. For coins dated 1964 and before, the mint markis usually but not always on the back. D = Denver mint, S = San Francisco mint, P or no letter = Philadel…phia mint, W = West Point mint (collectors' coins only). Pennies are the exception. Since 1909 the mint mark has been on thefront under the date. Also, cents made in Philadelphia still don'tcarry mint marks even though all other denominations have used a"P" since 1980. (MORE)
Up till 1979/80, all coins made in Philadelphia, except for WW2-era nickels, did not carry mint marks. Also, regardless of date, all cents made in Philadelphia or West Point do not carry mint marks. So if your coin is older than 1980 it is from Philadelphia. If it's a cent, it's from one of those… 2 mints but it's not possible to tell which one. Other exceptions: Between 1965 and 1967, no coins had mintmarks. The US moved from silver coinage to copper-clad in 1965 and was trying to prevent shortages due hoarding as the new coins were introduced. From 1973 to 1986, the West Point, NY, mint produced cents without mintmarks to meet high demand for the denomination. There is no way to differentiate cents produced in West Point from those produced in Philadelphia. West Point also produces some proof, commemorative and bullion coins which do not always have the "W" mintmark. Additionally, there are errors of one kind or another. The most famous example is that of the 1922 "Plain" cent. These coins were produced in Denver but the "D" mintmark got clogged up over time on some of the dies. Some coins have a very dim mintmark and others have none at all. The latter are quite valuable. (MORE)
Currently, silver coins are sold only to collectors and investors. Silver coins have not been made for circulation since the 1960s. The mint at San Francisco makes proof versions of normal copper-nickel circulation coins, and the mint at West Point makes bullion pieces. Circulation coins are made… at Philadelphia and Denver. Very occasionally West Point also mints cents when demand is high. (MORE)
Most recipes recommend using fresh spearmint for a mint julep,however it really depends on the drinker's taste for mint. Astronger mint flavor would require peppermint or chocolate mint.Milder flavors would go more with apple mint or one of the otherslike pineapple mint. However I would NOT recommen…d using lemon mintunless you like the smell of citronella. (MORE)
Question is not clear. The U.S. mint makes the coins used in the U.S. A mint is a place where currency is manufactured.
A very common substitute for dried mint in savory dishes is dried basil. I would recommend, however, that one forage or purchase fresh mint [it is very common] and just lay it out in the sun. It makes great tea and lasts for at least six months once dry.
The US actually have four mints. They are located in Philadelphia,PA, Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, and West Point, NY. The USbullion depository is located in Fort Knox, KY.
There are currently 4 mints, not 3: Philadelphia (P) and Denver (D) - circulation coins San Francisco (S) - proof coins West Point (W) - bullion and commemorative coins There have been 4 other mints in the past: Charlotte, North Carolina (C) - gold coins only, 1838-1861 Dahlonega, Geo…rgia (D) - gold coins only, 1838-1861 Carson City, Nevada (CC) - 1870-1893 New Orleans (O) - 1838-1909 San Francisco struck circulation coins up till 1955, and occasionally in the late 1960s and early 1970s. West Point has occasionally made cents when demand warrants, but they are struck without a mint mark so they cannot be distinguished from Philadelphia cents. (MORE)
The current US mint marks are: P for Philadelphia D for Denver S for San Francisco (for proof coins only) W for West Point (for commemoratives and gold only) Until recently most coins from Philadelphia did not have a mintmark so you may find many older coins lacking mint marks. Dates for… the P mint mark are: > 1942-45 : "war nickels" > 1979-present : dollars > 1980-present : nickels, quarters, dimes, halves Philadelphia cents do not have a mint mark, even after 1980. Mint Marks on Older Coins S for San Francisco on circulating coins 1854-1955, also some nickels and cents 1968-74 C for Charlotte, NC 1838-1861 CC for Carson City, NV 1870-1893 D for Dahlonega, GA 1838-1861 O for New Orleans, LA 1838-1861 and 1879-1909 (MORE)
The four current mints are - S, San Fransisco Mint - D, Denver Mint - P, Philadelphia Mint - W, West Point(which only mints silver and gold) Discontinued mints are - C, Charlotte (closed 1861) - D, Dahlonega Georgia (closed 1861) - CC, Carson City (closed 1893) - O, New Orleans (c…losed 1909) (MORE)
We don't know the name of the person who ran the press that struck the first cents. We do know that the coins were made in Philadelphia in 1793, and carried a picture of Miss Liberty on the front an a chain-link design on the back.
Circulation quarters are minted at 2 mints: . > Philadelphia (P mint mark to the right of the bow in Washington's wig on coins dated 1980 or later, no mint mark before that). > Denver (D mint mark next to the bow from 1968 to the present, below the wreath on the back up to 1964. Proof quarters are… minted for collectors at the San Francisco Mint (S) At present, all US coins used for everyday spending are minted in both Philadelphia and Denver. Meanwhile, San Francisco mints proof and collector coins. (MORE)
Chocolate mint plants can be used for flavoring food, from homemade wine to chicken and fish.
Circulating U.S. coins are minted in Philadelphia, PA, and Denver, CO. There is also a mint in San Francisco, CA, but they only mint proof coins for collectors. Circulating U.S. coins are minted in Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO. Then there is still a mint in San Francisco, CA, but they only mint p…roof coins. (MORE)
How many ways can I use the oil of mint? . Mint Jelly, Mint tea, Mint Julep, Mint icecream, Minticecubes . Mint-flavored chocolate candy . Peppermint has long been a remedy for digestive problems . Treatment for headache, colic, gingivitis, rheumatism . Aromatic oil to calm the spirit and open… the respiratorysystem . Mint has been used as a pest deterrent in gardens . Mint is a nice additive to potatoes, rice, salad dressing,tuna . Mint-flavored gum, toothpaste, mouthwash (MORE)
2 Half Dollars 2 Quarters 2 Dimes 2 Nickels 2 Penny's. All coins are uncirculated specimens from both mints.
US paper money isn't "minted" anywhere. Only coins are minted, bills are printed . Paper money is printed by the Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The BEP's main facility is in Washington DC, and there's a second printing plant in Fort Worth. Fort Worth bills have the smal…l letter FW to the left of one of the plate position numbers. (MORE)
No. In fact, there are no mint marks on coins made in Philadelphiaprior to 1979, except for the famous "war nickels" issued from 1942to 1945. The first US mint marks were used in 1838 when branchmints were opened in New Orleans, Dahlonega, and Charlotte. During the changeover from silver to clad co…inage mint marksweren't used on any coins dated 1965-67. Starting in 1979, $1 coins gained the P mint mark. The followingyear all other Philadelphia coins except for cents also began usingthe P mint mark. Philadelphia cents continue to be struck without mint marks, forcomplex reasons having to do with special production at other mintswhen Philadelphia and Denver can't meet the demand for pennies. (MORE)
this should be totally fine, as long as it as NO ADDED SURGARS. make sure its all natural ingredients ight kids? :)
The US Mint was created by Congress and makes circulating coins. Toapply for a job with the US Mint a person can apply at theUSAjobs.gov website.
While i was in peru one day i wasnt feeling that well it could have been a slight touch of altitude sickness,,i got a couple of cup,s of a type of mint tea &it worked wonder,s .i was already taking coca mate to stave off that sickness, which worked,,but what ever that andean mint was it worked wonde…rs ,the peruvian indians make it in the ande,s great stuf! (MORE)
mint can be used for cooking and is also used in medical purpose(it helps in digestion)
The first US quarters were minted in 1796 and carried a portrait of Miss Liberty.
There is one in Washington D.C., one in Denver, Colorado , one in Philadelphia Pennsylvania , one in New Orleans, Louisiana , one in San Fransisco, California , one in Charlotte, North Carolina , one in Carson City, Nevada , one in Dahlonega, Georgia , one in West Point, New York , and o…ne in Fort Knox , Kentucky . (MORE)
The Philadelphia Mint is in Pennsylvania, the Denver Mint is in Colorado, the San Francisco Mint is in California, and the West Point Mint is in New York.
This particular herb is a favourite in my household and it is used in many different ways. I like it fresh as a garnish on desserts. It goes well in and with homemade chocolate ice-cream. A mojito it great with chocolate mint. My sister adds it to s'mores at the campfire. I even add it to hot chocol…ate on cool evenings. (MORE)
US Coins go from the Mint to one of 12 Federal Reserve Banks and then to local banks were they are released into circulation.
You can use mint for making a mint tea, as a flavoring for mint jellies, homemade candy etc. There are hundreds of types of mint plants. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_is_the_use_of_mint_in_Hindi#ixzz1a1VZtd1B .
90% silver quarters, half dollars and dimes were produced until 1964. From 1965-1970 half dollars have been 40% silver while dimes/quarters contained no silver. From 1971-present no silver coins have been minted for circulation. Today the US mints various collector coins in silver, but none for gene…ral circulation. (MORE)
Simple answer: No dimes, nickels, quarters or half dollars were needed in 1922. The economy was slow so the government did not make any.
There were eight coins ... 1 cent 5 cents 10 cents 25 cents 1/2 dollar 2.1/2 dollars (gold) 5 dollars (gold) 20 dollars (gold)
No not in 1768. The first coins issued by the authority of the United States were the 1787 "Fugio" coppers.
The Mint was made an independent agency in 1799. Under the Coinage Act of 1873, the Mint became part of the Department of the Treasury. It was placed under the auspices of the Treasurer of the United States in 1981.
There are only 4 active mints today, in Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point. In the past, there were also mints in Carson City and New Orleans.
In the past US gold coins have been minted at the Charlotte, Dahlonega, Denver, New Orleans, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and West Point mints.
No such thing as a "mint code". But the Mintmark's currently used on regular issue coins are P= Philadelphia & D= Denver.
The US has four mints that make coins. The US mints make coins in the denominations of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 dollar for general US circulation. Half dollars and dollar coins are not often used but they are legal tender and can be used in circulation. The US mint also m…akes bullion coins made of silver and gold. On top of that they make special coins that commemorate anniversaries of special events. These are just some of the coins that the US mints make. (MORE)
A mint is a factory where coins are made. The US has four currently-operating mints: P: Philadelphia (no mint mark on most coins before 1980) D: Denver (since 1906) S: San Fransisco (circulating coins till 1955, some 1968-74; proof coins since 1968) W: West Point (commemorative and bullion …coins only) Four other mints are now closed. These were: C: Charlotte (gold coins only, 1838-1861) D: Dahlonega (gold coins only, 1838-1861) CC: Carson City (1870-1893) O: New Orleans (1838-1861 and 1870-1909) (MORE)
Coins dated 1970 were minted at three mints. Coins bearing nomintmark were minted in Philadelphia. Those with an "S" Mintmarkwere made in San Fransisco. Those with a "D" mintmark were made inDenver.
Currently (2015) circulating US cents are produced by thePhiladelphia and Denver mints, while collectors' versions are madein San Francisco. The mint mark position is under the date: > No mint mark = Philadelphia > D = Denver > S = San Francisco San Francisco also struck cents for circulation from …1908 to 1955and from 1968 to 1974. During times of high demand the West Point Mint has madecirculation cents as well but these don't carry mint marks and areindistinguishable from their Philadelphia cousins. (MORE)
The first US quarter was minted in 1796. It had a portrait of Miss Liberty on the coin.
There are many alternative uses for mints. Mint leaves can be crushed and made into a toothpaste. Also, mint can be used in face washes to help purify the skin.
Yes, buffalo nickels were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco, but not at all three every year.