From its headquarters in Bridgewater, Mass., Coins ’N Things faxes the U.S. Mint (This happens every weekday before noon).

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From its headquarters in Bridgewater, Mass., Coins ’N Things faxes the U.S. Mint (This happens every weekday before noon).

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From Raw Gold to Gold Coins

The Morning Fax
The Morning Fax

From its headquarters in Bridgewater, Mass., Coins ’N Things faxes the U.S. Mint (This happens every weekday before noon).

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Gold: Weights and Prices
Gold: Weights and Prices

The fax lays out how much gold Coins ’N Things has on hand and price information.

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Competition
Competition

Several companies generally vie for the Mint’s orders, which change daily (The Mint goes with the lowest bidder).

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Delivery
Delivery

Armored carriers bring Coins 'N Things’ gold to a Mint facility in West Point, N.Y.

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Making Gold Bullion
Making Gold Bullion

The Mint has the gold made into bullion and numismatic coins and then stamps them (Stamps include buffalo, eagles, and First Ladies.

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Selling Gold Coins
Selling Gold Coins

The Mint and its authorized sellers market gold to investors and collectors.

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