American Mint releasing new coin dedicated to Donald Trump

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MECHANICSBURG — American Mint, LLC President Kevin Sacher proudly announced that the company is releasing a Donald Trump High Relief .999 fine silver sculpted medallion dedicated to Trump’s historic campaign. After a nail-biting, roller-coaster ride of a presidential election, Republican Donald Trump triumphed over Democrat Hillary Clinton last November, winning several key states that typically vote Democratic.

The collection is strictly limited to 999 complete editions worldwide and is available in a 40mm solid silver edition.  Minted to the highest quality “Proof ” standards, the obverse of the medallion features a detailed engraving of our 45th President and the reverse depicts a heraldic eagle, wings outstretched with an olive branch in one of his talons and bundled arrows in the other.  Thirteen stars representing the thirteen original colonies encircle the eagle along with Trump’s popular campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again!”  Order online ( or call 1-877-807-MINT (6468) to order yours at the introductory price of $295 for a limited time only, while supplies last.

“We created this unique sculpted medallion to celebrate Donald Trump’s campaign and his presidential victory.  American Mint extends our sincere congratulations to President Trump and would like to commemorate his historic win with this beautiful and important coin,” Sacher said.

American Mint is a leading provider of high quality collectible coins, knives, die-cast replicas, and other memorabilia, and has served more than a million customers from its Mechanicsburg facility.  As an international direct mail marketer, American Mint’s parent company operates in nine countries and has served 10 million serious collectors around the world.  For more information about American Mint, please visit

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