Medallic Art Company has more than a century of rich history and has been admired as the ultimate standard for world-class quality in custom medals. We have the resources and expertise to assure our continued long-term growth and unmatched customer service.
Medallic Art Company/Northwest Territorial Mint employs over 200 professionals and craftspeople in a variety of fields. We have production and sales offices in Dayton, NV, and Green Bay, WI, a distribution center in Auburn, WA, and sales offices in Federal Way, WA, Springfield, VA, and The Pentagon.
Sculptors and Die Engravers
We have the largest and most experienced team of professional sculptors and die engravers in the country. Because the quality of the coin or medallion is dependent upon the craftsmanship of the die, our team uses both hand-engraving techniques and state-of-the-art die production equipment.
Our team of full-time graphic designers creates high-quality presentation artwork to help you clearly visualize your design before it is struck in metal.
Sales and Service Team
Our knowledgeable and diverse sales and service team has specialized experience with universities, corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and private individuals. We offer you our extensive expertise to create awards, commemoratives, and gifts you will be proud to present.
Medallic Art Company/Northwest Territorial Mint is the largest private mint in America and has the on-site capability to complete every step of the minting process at our 118,000- square-foot, state-of-the-art minting facility in Dayton, Nevada, not far from the famous Comstock silver mining district.
We maintain the largest collection of historic and modern medallic dies, so your die will be preserved and available for your use for generations to come.
With more than 30 coining presses, including high-speed and hydraulic presses with striking forces between 75 and 1,500 tons, we can mint small or large quantities of medallic products ranging from shallow, coin-relief styles to very deep, high-relief art medal designs.
Metal Processing Facility
In-house metal processing facility where fine silver is melted and cast into billets, extruded and rolled into strips to make blanks, then pressed into treasured coins and medals.
A variety of available finishes includes dry- and wet-buff antiquing methods, bullion strike, business strike, proof-like, proof, plated, selective gold-plating, and hand-applied epoxy enamel.
We offer full-service gold-, silver-, and nickel-plating lines along with a precision gold-plating technique we call GoldSelect that enhances specific design elements on your coin or medal with 24-karat gold highlights.