Category:Philadelphia Mint

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search
<nowiki>Zecca di Philadelphia; フィラデルフィア造幣局; Monnaie de Philadelphie; Philadelphia Mint; Philadelphia Mint; Casa de Moneda de Filadelfia; Філадельфійський монетний двір; Philadelphia Mint; Philadelphia Mint; Casa da Moeda de Filadelfia; Ֆիլադելֆիայի դրամահատարան; 費城鑄幣局; 费城铸币局; Staatliche Münzprägeanstalt in den Vereinigten Staaten; continental national mint of the United States; ceca estadounidense; 美國鑄幣機構; bouwwerk in Philadelphia; Casa de Moeda de Filadelfia</nowiki>
Philadelphia Mint 
continental national mint of the United States
The modern Philadelphia Mint (1969)
Upload media
Instance of
LocationPhiladelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
official website
Map39° 57′ 12.96″ N, 75° 08′ 50.64″ W
Authority file
Edit infobox data on Wikidata

The Philadelphia Mint was founded by Act of Congress in 1792. The fourth, and current, building, at 151 North Independence Mall East (N. 5th St.) in the Old City neighborhood, was completed in 1969 and was designed by Vincent G. Kling. It was the world's largest mint when it was built and held that distinction as of January 2009. The full-block building is bounded by Arch Street (south), N. 5th Street (west), Race Street (north) and N. 4th Street (east)


This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.