H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web Site

The US Mint's interactive official site for coin collecting kids. The history of coin minting and what new quarters are due to be minted.
 
Steam-Powered Coin Press at The Franklin Institute -
Ben Franklin. Colonial U.S. Money An interesting look at very early coin press!
 
 
Coins & Coin Collecting - Resources for All Types of Coins
Information and values for your coins with honest prices dealers will pay for your coins. Learn how to find error coins in pocket change, and other topics.
 
 
Coin collecting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coin collecting is the collecting or trading of coins or other forms of legally minted currency
 
CoinSite - Coin collecting, rare and old coins, coin prices and ...
CoinSite. An entertaining and informative rare coin and paper money site
 
The United States Mint Collector's Club
 
U.S. Mint - http://www.usmint.gov/
Manufacturer of US circulating coins, Mint commemorative coins, and US Mint bullion coins. Numismatic information, online catalog and a special kids zone.
 
British Royal Mint - http://www.royalmint.com/
Contains information about coins and coin-making in the past and present day, the Mint's own history and current activities.
 
Canada: Royal Canadian Mint - http://www.mint.ca/royalcanadianmintpublic/index.aspx?RequestedPath=/en-CA/Home/default.htm
Features gold, silver, platinum and other uncirculated coins commemorating Canada's heritage and an abundance of numismatic information
 
Royal Australian Mint - http://www.ramint.gov.au/
The Mint manufactures circulating coins for Australia as well as medals, medallions, seals and tokens for private and public sectors and sporting and tourism groups, both nationally and internationally
 
Japan: The Mint Bureau - http://www.mint.go.jp/
The Ministry of Finance has been engaged in manufacturing coins since 1871.
 
Pobjoy Mint - http://www.pobjoy.co.uk/
The mint currently strikes coins for many countries.
 
Euromint - http://www.euromint.net/
A project co-financed by the European Community (E.C.) with the goal of creating an European itinerary of medieval and early modern mints