Most of the American
colonies were ruled by
England, and their
governments were run in
accordance with charters
granted by England's
king. While a few of these
charters permitted the
colonial governments to
manufacture coins, most
did not. The first English
colony to challenge this
prohibition was
Massachusetts Bay. In
1652 the colony of
Massachusetts Bay
established a mint in
Boston.
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