The U.S. Money Reserve is one of the largest coin minting companies on the planet. They are also acting as distributors of coins created by the United States government, or any foreign organizations, either public or private.
The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001, and it grew rapidly during the 2000s decade because of the rising demand for limited edition coins. They are also helping hobbyists who are trying to complete their rare coin set by posting coins that are up for trade and auction. The website of the U.S. Money Reserve also shows a huge pool of information that could help starters to learn more about the hobby of coin collecting. Read more: US Money Reserve | Bizjournals and US Money Reserve | Twitter
Recently, the U.S. Money Reserve announced that a set of new coins produced by the Perth Mint of Australia will be coming to the United States and will be put on sale. The Perth Mint is an Australian counterpart to the U.S. Money Reserve, and they have established ties a few years back.
Some of the coins created by the Perth Mint that was distributed exclusively by the U.S. Money Reserve depict three different events in history. The first one was released during the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. The second one was released during the 70th anniversary of the Royal Wedding. The third one was just released currently, and it was to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Attack on the US base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Connect with U.S. Money Reserve on LinkedIn
This year, the Perth Mint will be releasing a limited-edition set of coins that would serve as a memorabilia for the 65th anniversary of the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II. Just like their minted coins in the past, they will be partnering with the U.S. Money Reserve to help them promote the coins to a vast American consumer market.
The U.S. Reserve would serve as the exclusive distributors of the coins in the United States and Canada, and the Perth Mint is hoping that they will be able to sell all 203 coins that will be handed to them.
The limited-edition coin that will be released in conjunction with the 65th anniversary of the crowing of the Queen is reported to be made of gold and silver. Another report confirmed that only 250 set of coins would be made, making it very rare, especially for the collectors.
The U.S. Money Reserve stated that more limited-edition coins would be coming to the United States, as they set up partnerships with a lot of companies around the world.
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