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MINT, NATIONSBANK INK DEAL TO SELL COINS
Published January 31, 1995
The U.S. Mint signed an agreement with NationsBank to sell U.S. Olympic Coins through its banks. The bank has agreed to sell a minimum of $1.77M coins. They will make them available for purchase at NationsBank's 39 Georgia locations and will place forms for phone and mail orders at it's 1,760 other locations. The coins are expected to go on sale starting March 6. Proceeds go to the USOC (ACOG).