38th U.S. Mint Director: Edmund C. Moy

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In 2006, President George W. Bush appointed Edmund C. Moy as the 38 Director of the United States Mint. Moy was officially inducted to the position on September 5, 2006. As the Director of the U.S. Mint, Moy was responsible for the production and distribution of currency. He oversaw the manufacturing process and transferred the revenue made from selling collectible coins to the United States Treasury.

            During Moy’s five-year term, 2006 to 2011, many exciting coins were produced and released. These coins include the following: 20th Anniversary Silver & Gold Eagles, America the Beautiful Quarters program, Presidential Dollar program, and many more. The coins, medals, and programs created an increased interested in the hobby of modern coin collecting.

            Even after his term with the U.S. Mint, Moy did not forget about the world of numismatics. As a coin collector himself, Moy decided to write a reference book in 2013. The Numismatic Guarantee Corporation, also known as NGC, commissioned Moy to hand sign labels for their coins. The Moy Signature Label is highly sought after by numismatic coin collectors. Today, Moy continues a successful career as a businessman and even has his own website.

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