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Since 1903 thousands of companies, associations and educational institutions have chosen Medallic Art Company to commemorate their most important events.
We have been privileged to design and mint some of the most important medals and awards in the United States and the world.
Northwest Territorial Mint Sources from the United States of America
Northwest Territorial Mint and Medallic Art Company are proud US manufacturers. Our companies produce thousands of different products each year, with over 85% produced in our own factories in Dayton, Nevada; in Tomball, Texas; and in Green Bay, Wisconsin, employing more than 300 craftsmen.
Northwest Territorial Mint is the global leader in our industry, merging old-world artistry with the latest, state-of-the-art technology. Because of pricing and manufacturing constraints, we secure a small percentage of our products, roughly 15%, through partnered companies in Canada, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
As an American-owned and operated company, headquartered in Dayton, NV, Medallic Art Company employs American workers who make every product they mint with “Made in the USA” values and quality.American-owned and operated Headquartered in Dayton, NV American workers and values
Our expert sculptors and die-makers assure that every subtlety of the original artwork is captured in precision tooling. The finest materials and workmanship are combined to create an elegant work of art that establishes an enduring legacy for your institution. Our craftspeople work with you on every detail to help you create a medal that is unique and special to your organization. If you can imagine it, Medallic Art's artisans can create it.
Contact us today to learn how we will design for you recognition that endures!
The gold Rostron medal was awarded by Congress to Arthur Rostron for his actions in the rescue of Titanic survivors. This medal was sculpted by John Flanagan, the dies produced by the Medallic Art Company, and was struck by the US Mint.
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The Lincoln Cent was designed and the sculpt produced by the Medallic Art Company for the U.S. Mint. The original sculpt for the penny is still held in the archives of the Medallic Art Company.
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Medallic Art congratulates Navy Senior Chief Edward C. Byers Jr., the latest recipient of the Medal of Honor.
The designs for the Medal of Honor were created by Medallic Art Company, the 113-year-old division of Northwest Territorial Mint, whose Graco Awards Division mints medals for the U.S. military.
Senior Chief Edward C. Byers Jr. is the first Navy SEAL since Vietnam to receive the Medal of Honor while still living. He risked his own life to save an American hostage from the clutches of the Taliban in Afghanistan. During his acceptance, Byers stated he would proudly receive the medal as a representative of all Navy SEALs and the Naval Special Warfare Community. He expressed that all men within his community bear the weight of sacrifice and accept that as part of their job.
Northwest Territorial Mint is honored to have such a courageous and selfless man fighting for our freedoms. Thank you, Senior Chief Edward C. Byers Jr.
Mint Client, SMPTE, Wins Its Third Academy Award
Medallic Art Company is proud to announce one of its prestigious clients has made Oscar news in 2016 – one winner serving another. Once again, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) has grabbed the attention and praise of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), earning its third Oscar.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval Visits the Mint
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval visited Medallic Art Company in Dayton, Nevada on January 14. During the tour, he pushed the buttons of a 600-ton press and struck two Global War on Terrorism medals. The governor said the success of companies like Medallic Art encourages him about the future of Nevada.