About Us

Melbourne, Florida, United States
The Highland Mint is a full service mint that was established in the early 1980's. With state-of-the-art facilities housed in a 40,000 square foot building in Melbourne, Melbourne, Florida. The Highland Mint currently holds licenses with Major League Baseball, Major League Baseball Player’s Association, Minor League Baseball, National Football League Properties, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, and the National Hockey League Players Association. The Highland Mint has also joined forces with a number of other licensed companies to produce and/or distribute collectibles.

Thursday, March 28, 2013


Chicago Bulls Signature Court. Featured in a 12 x 20 wood frame are the facsimile (exact replica) signatures of your favorite NBA teams players spread out on a glossy image of their home Court and each is individually numbered. Player roster and stadium photos may vary during the season. Protected under plexi glass this item is a Limited Edition of only 2012 and officially licensed by the NBA.

Friday, March 22, 2013

Oklahoma City Thunder -Kevin Durant 2012 NBA Scoring Title Gold Coin Photo


Oklahoma City Thunder -Kevin Durant 2012 NBA Scoring Title Gold Coin Photo. Kevin Durant still holds the NBA Scoring Title for the third consecutive year! Limited Edition 13"x16" Frame with triple matting features a custom 8"x10" collage photo of Kevin Durant in action as well as a 24KT Gold Flashed Minted Team Coin and Commemorative NBA Coin. A numbered Certificate of Authenticity is matted between both coins. Limited Edition of only 2012 and Officially Licensed by the NBA.. Proudly made in the U.S.A by The Highland Mint!

Oklahoma City Thunder- Russell Westbrook Silver Coin Card

A 39mm Minted Silver Plate Coin is featured in a 4x6 Acrylic display with printed color graphics of your favorite NBA player and delivered with a display stand! Limited Editon of 5,000 and Officially Licensed by NBA and Proudly made in the USA by The Highland Mint.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Oklahoma City Thunder. Russell Westbrook Player Pride Desk Top



Oklahoma City Thunder. Russell Westbrook Player Pride Desk Top.

Limited Edition 10x12 frame with an easel back and double matting features a photo of your favorite NBA Player in action as well as his jersey number, his facsimile (replica) signature engraved in a nameplate and a Bronze 39mm Team Commemorative Coin. A numbered COA is pasted to the back of each frame. LE 2500 and Officially Licensed by NBA.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

LeBron James wins his 3rd NBA MVP Award! Limited Edition

 

LeBron James wins his 3rd NBA MVP Award! Limited Edition 13"x16" Frame with triple matting features a custom  8"x10" commemorative MVP Photo as well as a 39mm Silver Plated Minted Heat Commemorative Coin and a minted NBA Commemorative Coin. A numbered Certificate of Authenticity is matted between both coins. Limited Edition of only 1000 and Officially Licensed by the NBA.. Proudly made in the U.S.A by The Highland Mint!

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Miami Heat


Miami Heat

Denied the NBA crown in 2011, the Miami Heat would not be denied again. The Heat won three consecutive home games over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 NBA Finals to capture its second crown with a four games-to-one triumph. Leading the way for Miami were LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. After acquiring James prior to the 2010-11 season, the Heat advanced to the Finals, where it was outlasted by the Dallas Mavericks four games to two. Miami won its first NBA title in 2006. The Heat's 4-2 NBA Finals win over Dallas marked the first time since 1977 that a team had rallied from a 2-0 deficit to capture the league crown. The amazing comeback featured a dramatic Game 3 win, a 43-point effort from Finals MVP Wade during a 101-100 overtime victory in Game 5, and a 95-92 triumph in Game 6 following a rally from 14 points down. Miami had secured a playoff spot in only its fourth season (1991-92) and returned to postseason play only two years later. A blockbuster trade in 1995 brought Alonzo Mourning to Miami, and the center responded by leading the league in scoring and rebounds. The Heat produced a franchise-best 61-21 record in 1996-97 and won the division title and two playoff series. Mourning was named the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season in 1999-2000 as the Heat claimed another division title. After a couple of sub-par seasons, the Heat returned to the playoffs in 2003-04 with rookie Wade sparking the team. In 2004, center Shaquille O'Neal joined Miami, which posted a 59-23 record and took two playoff series before bowing out in the Eastern Conference finals. The Highland Mint produces a wide variety of Miami Heat products licensed by the NBA, including PhotoMints, Coins, Coin Cards, Etched Acrylics, Ornaments and Keychains.