Northwest Territorial Mint Adds Numismatist Jeff Shevlin
Former ANA Director to Manage Archives, More for Nation’s Largest Mint
Northwest Territorial Mint has named Jeff Shevlin director of special projects, charging him with oversight of projects related to branding the mint’s top-of-the line art medals, digitizing assets, and accelerating numerous publishing and web objectives from its mint in Dayton, Nevada.
Northwest Territorial Mint and its subsidiary companies Medallic Art Company and Graco Industries have produced some of America’s most important minted items through the course of their 110-year heritage. These include special medals and hundreds of related collectable items for collectors and dealers, including the Peabody Award, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Medal of Honor.
Ross Hansen, founder and CEO, said, “We are elated to have Jeff join our team. He is a nationally recognized numismatist who brings strong technical skill and leadership talent to our organization.”
“I look forward to working with Northwest Territorial Mint’s master artisans to help provide the finest quality medals and grow the company’s role in the great numismatic community,” Shevlin said.
Shevlin is the former executive director of the American Numismatic Association and brings his background in information technology and managing large organizations to the world’s largest private mint. He can be reached directly at Jeff.Shevlin@NWTMint.com.
About Northwest Territorial Mint:
Since 1984, Northwest Territorial Mint has specialized in designing and creating custom coins, medallions, and related items of the highest craftsmanship for individuals and institutions worldwide, and has grown to include a family of prestigious mints. Most notable of these is Medallic Art Company, founded in 1903. Northwest Territorial Mint mints coins, medals, and medallions for governmental, corporate, and private entities around the world. Northwest Territorial Mint is the primary supplier of official U.S. military medals, including the Medal of Honor. Coins and medallions minted by Northwest Territorial Mint are awarded at all levels of the U.S. government and in private organizations such as the Boy Scouts of America, the Girl Scouts, the National Rifle Association, and the International Association of Fire fighters, as well as hundreds more private and foreign governmental entities.
The retail showroom is located in Federal Way, Washington, where Northwest Territorial Mint also conducts its precious metals bullion business. As a major dealer in precious metal bullion products in the U.S. and Canada, Northwest Territorial Mint is internationally recognized and well-established in both wholesale and retail supply of silver, gold, palladium and platinum precious metal bullion. As a trusted retailer of United States Mint bullion, Northwest Territorial Mint buys and sells American Eagle gold bullion, silver bullion, and platinum bullion coins. Northwest Territorial Mint also buys and sells Canadian Maple Leaf gold bullion, silver bullion, palladium bullion and platinum bullion coins, as well as selected other bullion coins. Northwest Territorial Mint also sells investment-grade rare coins and builds portfolios for investors who wish to add bullion and rare coins to their assets. The company is the exclusive mint of Pan American Silver Corp. silver bullion, as well as Northwest Territorial Mint branded silver bullion, Stagecoach “divisible” silver bullion, and the company’s newest bullion product, Silver Bullet Bullion™, real silver shaped like America’s favorite ammunition.
Northwest Territorial Mint has facilities located in Dayton, NV; Federal Way, WA; Auburn, WA; Green Bay, WI; Tomball, TX; Alexandria, VA; and the Pentagon.
For more information about Northwest Territorial Mint, visit http://www.NWTMint.com/.