United States Mint coin production

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United States Mint Coin Production
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
188745,223,52315,260,69215,737,67910,0005,00033,611,000109,847,89436,405,037.73
188837,489,83210,167,9017,215,6551,226,00112,00131,990,00088,101,39033,907,359.62
188948,866,02515,878,0258,352,67812,00012,00034,651,000107,771,72836,777,829.30
189057,180,11416,256,53211,334,02780,00012,00038,042,514122,905,18740,586,544.44
189147,070,00016,832,00023,046,1166,204,000200,00023,562,085116,914,20128,829,996.60
189237,647,08711,696,89716,952,41011,840,0792,353,0286,332,00086,821,50113,125,090.47
189346,640,00013,368,0007,591,40110,294,5583,955,0001,455,00083,303,9597,900,079.60
189416,749,5005,410,5002,050,0008,932,8217,334,9603,093,00043,570,7819,636,705.25
189538,341,4749,977,8222,250,0009,020,6813,708,424862,00064,160,4016,078,688.09
189639,055,4318,841,0483,185,0565,546,0393,014,94819,876,00079,518,52223,921,096.06
189750,464,39220,426,79712,877,37710,097,0294,045,90012,651,000110,562,49520,011,928.72
189849,821,28412,530,29220,152,50713,988,5926,191,55014,386,000117,070,22524,118,901.14
189953,598,00026,027,00024,367,49315,976,0008,948,41115,182,000144,098,90427,924,284.80
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
190066,831,50227,253,73324,778,27015,290,58510,066,32219,960,000164,180,41233,324,635.92
190179,609,15826,487,22825,072,68710,576,6646,239,04422,566,000170,550,78132,957,409.68
190287,374,70431,487,58127,950,00018,469,5798,908,67018,160,000192,350,53432,474,855.84
190385,092,70328,004,93028,293,30014,205,3096,298,77210,343,000173,238,01422,124,216.78
190461,326,19821,403,16715,400,35712,044,1434,662,6388,812,000123,648,50317,377,810.78
190580,717,01129,825,12424,806,8228,081,5233,661,0000147,091,4808,629,989.26
190696,020,53038,612,00029,764,3718,991,76010,852,1540184,240,81513,541,259.40
1907108,137,14339,213,32534,536,47015,596,00011,650,0000209,132,93816,219,684.68
190833,441,36722,684,55723,099,00017,048,00011,658,8280107,931,75213,869,955.52
1909249,778,47011,585,76314,481,00016,442,0005,057,4000297,344,63311,164,372.85
1910152,843,81330,166,94816,250,0003,744,0002,366,0000205,370,7616,780,785.53
1911117,874,05439,557,63933,599,0005,641,6003,373,0800200,045,3739,613,462.49
191282,992,91534,946,56934,429,3005,108,0005,220,8000162,697,5849,907,587.60
191398,434,50473,656,18620,270,0001,974,8001,326,0000195,661,4907,850,854.34
191480,567,06728,046,46331,682,2303,934,2301,116,0000145,345,9906,917,774.32
191555,973,97030,060,2206,580,0007,878,0002,912,4000103,404,5906,146,450.70
1916190,298,62788,690,46657,204,0808,380,8002,130,4000346,704,37315,218,317.57
1917284,169,78565,527,01991,962,00037,857,60021,503,4000501,019,80435,530,348.80
1918370,614,63445,330,31468,654,80032,692,80020,769,0400538,061,58831,395,862.04
1919588,935,00076,395,00054,529,00015,104,0003,679,0000738,642,00020,777,500.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
1920405,665,00082,200,00092,021,00037,826,40012,547,0000630,259,40033,098,850.00
192154,431,00012,220,0002,310,0001,916,0001,002,00087,736,473159,615,47390,102,783.00
19227,160,000000084,275,00091,435,00084,346,600.00
192383,423,00041,857,00056,570,00011,076,0002,178,00056,631,000251,735,00069,073,080.00
192489,394,00028,315,00037,940,00016,892,000013,539,000186,080,00023,865,690.00
1925188,909,00046,271,10036,577,00012,280,000011,808,000295,845,10022,738,345.00
1926189,658,00051,301,00040,508,00015,732,000011,267,700308,466,70023,713,130.00
1927185,886,00047,141,00037,662,00013,284,0002,392,0002,982,900289,347,90015,482,010.00
1928182,512,00036,783,00031,041,00010,607,0001,940,0001,992,649264,875,64912,382,769.00
1929277,140,00052,570,00035,734,00014,262,0002,903,2000382,609,20013,990,400.00
1930221,801,00028,284,0008,613,0007,188,00000265,886,0006,290,510.00
193124,742,0001,200,0006,210,00000032,152,000928,420.00
193219,562,000006,248,8000025,810,8001,757,820.00
193320,560,0000001,786,000022,346,0001,098,600.00
1934247,526,00027,693,00330,852,00035,439,25212,977,0003,534,557358,021,81225,827,980.15
1935331,090,00081,656,00085,147,00043,924,00016,019,8003,540,000561,376,80038,439,300.00
1936379,382,000158,741,000112,842,00050,502,00020,750,4000722,217,40046,015,770.00
1937394,100,000102,941,00080,746,00028,537,60013,288,0000619,612,60030,941,050.00
1938191,872,00035,997,00035,817,00012,304,0004,601,6000280,591,60012,677,070.00
1939383,696,000130,759,000102,674,00043,260,00013,631,8000674,020,80038,273,210.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
1940781,140,000259,715,000108,108,00046,745,60013,706,00001,209,414,60050,147,350.00
19411,108,078,000300,142,000263,814,000111,826,80043,538,40001,827,399,200102,195,180.00
1942950,084,000154,500,000315,450,000138,967,20071,499,80001,630,501,000119,262,540.00
19431,093,838,670390,519,000324,059,000137,495,60077,986,00002,023,898,270136,237,136.70
19442,148,338,000173,099,000343,124,000132,116,80046,879,00002,843,556,800120,919,430.00
19451,488,553,000215,505,100240,665,000103,717,60151,624,80002,100,065,501101,469,085.25
19461,505,445,000219,968,200344,193,50066,712,80017,993,00002,154,312,50086,146,910.00
1947484,305,000157,542,000203,195,00043,476,0007,994,6000896,512,60047,905,950.00
1948571,942,500145,382,000163,311,00067,922,8007,035,4140955,593,71449,818,032.00
1949435,197,500106,866,00070,484,00019,380,40013,478,6000645,406,50028,328,075.00
1950726,090,00012,426,030117,373,11456,279,73015,773,7230927,942,59741,576,306.90
19511,045,941,00056,788,000192,039,10287,850,90239,973,30201,422,592,30674,452,096.70
19521,070,705,004115,198,000265,559,593102,283,09352,113,69301,605,859,38394,650,529.09
19531,139,105,000125,733,500229,103,12088,664,52027,716,52001,610,322,66076,612,427.00
1954419,382,550194,251,110243,267,203108,552,42543,627,18301,009,080,47187,184,799.05
1955938,447,50082,352,10044,919,18121,362,5812,498,18101,089,579,54324,583,733.85
19561,518,946,100102,438,940216,655,10076,478,5004,032,00001,918,550,64063,112,543.00
19571,333,882,000175,236,900273,514,330124,456,16025,110,85001,932,200,24093,121,563.00
19581,053,478,300185,337,120168,474,60084,484,90028,004,41201,519,779,33271,772,530.00
19591,889,475,000187,986,240250,699,79030,589,43219,253,75002,378,004,21270,638,274.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
19602,167,289,000247,998,180270,550,40092,164,32424,239,81202,802,241,71696,288,826.00
19612,506,611,700302,982,860302,876,550120,692,92828,566,44203,261,730,480114,959,368.00
19622,399,193,400377,579,720407,398,380163,710,75645,187,28103,393,069,537147,132,087.50
19632,528,130,400455,681,105545,126,530209,604,18489,233,29203,827,775,511199,595,704.25
19646,447,646,5002,815,919,9222,286,877,1801,264,526,113429,509,450316,07613,244,795,241965,162,508.35
19651,497,224,900136,131,3801,652,140,5701,819,717,54065,879,36605,171,093,756674,861,943.00
19662,188,147,783156,208,2831,382,734,540821,101,500108,984,93204,657,177,038427,733,186.98
19673,048,667,100107,325,8002,244,007,3201,524,031,848295,046,97807,219,079,046788,785,144.00
19684,852,420,571191,623,884905,218,680322,265,500246,951,93006,518,480,565352,669,607.91
19695,684,117,200322,882,500709,113,870290,584,000129,881,80007,136,579,370281,483,584.00
19705,480,313,904754,317,3841,100,512,100553,761,3642,150,00007,891,054,752342,085,559.24
19715,355,669,059423,028,800540,604,240367,918,428457,261,424116,386,4247,260,868,375565,765,297.59
19725,975,265,508553,730,600761,830,000526,115,732295,070,000168,438,5118,280,450,351611,124,629.08
19737,594,998,883745,801,000770,702,426579,901,400148,135,4003,538,5169,843,077,625412,891,847.43
19748,876,665,183879,125,0001,041,331,0001,154,616,300280,662,30072,883,00012,305,282,783738,724,226.83
19759,956,751,442583,647,300899,379,2001,669,902,855521,873,248220,565,27411,439,777,942218,687,799.42
19768,895,884,881931,088,1471,263,982,7741,669,902,855521,873,248220,565,27413,503,300,1791,160,889,145.31
19778,663,992,300882,689,4221,173,537,228303,380,97835,808,90645,579,00611,104,987,840387,456,820.40
19789,838,838,400704,400,780946,827,540808,825,15228,115,79958,714,89012,385,722,561503,270,254.50
197910,157,872,254789,055,672706,361,1841,008,497,78084,127,422757,813,74413,503,728,0561,263,669,524.54
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
198012,554,803,6601,095,327,4481,454,524,3211,154,159,48777,590,44989,660,70816,426,066,073742,762,645.35
198112,864,985,6771,022,305,8431,388,934,1431,177,438,83357,383,5339,742,00016,520,790,029651,452,037.97
198216,725,504,368666,081,5441,062,188,584980,973,78823,959,102019,458,707,386564,000,977.28
198314,219,554,4281,098,341,2761,377,154,2241,291,341,44666,611,244018,053,002,618690,969,013.98
198413,720,317,9061,264,444,1461,561,472,9761,223,028,06452,291,158017,821,554,250688,475,278.96
198510,935,889,8131,106,862,4081,293,180,9321,295,781,85038,520,996014,670,235,999637,226,072.23
19868,934,262,191898,702,6231,155,976,6631,055,497,99328,443,778012,072,883,248527,971,806.61
19879,561,856,445782,090,0851,415,912,8831,238,094,1775,781,516013,003,735,106588,728,659.25
198811,346,550,4431,435,131,6521,992,935,4891,158,862,68825,626,096015,959,106,368687,044,355.93
198912,607,002,1111,469,654,4742,194,935,5971,409,403,59747,542,216017,728,537,995795,168,311.76
199011,774,659,5331,325,574,5032,144,335,8241,541,430,18142,374,242016,828,374,283805,003,569.13
19919,324,382,0761,050,600,6781,528,461,1141,201,934,69329,928,678013,135,307,239614,067,978.31
19929,097,578,300850,117,1131,209,773,932774,541,10734,281,106011,966,638,558465,234,861.60
199312,111,355,571818,160,1351,516,290,1661,284,752,12830,510,006015,761,068,006650,093,614.06
199413,632,615,0001,437,922,1102,492,268,1101,705,634,11047,546,110019,315,985,440907,630,649.00
199513,540,000,0001,662,268,0002,400,390,0002,107,552,00052,784,000019,762,994,0001,011,832,400.00
199613,123,260,0001,647,068,0002,821,463,0001,831,908,00049,186,000019,472,885,000978,302,300.00
19979,199,355,000937,612,0001,971,450,0001,195,420,00040,758,000013,344,595,000655,253,150.00
199810,257,400,0001,323,672,0002,335,300,0001,867,400,00030,710,000015,814,482,000884,492,600.00
199911,597,665,0002,278,720,0003,561,750,0004,430,940,00019,582,00047,668,00021,936,325,0001,751,281,650.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
200014,277,420,0002,355,760,0003,661,200,0006,477,470,00042,066,0001,286,056,00028,093,434,0003,553,138,700.00
200110,334,590,0001,303,384,0002,782,390,0004,806,984,00040,704,000133,407,50019,401,459,5001,802,259,600.00
20027,288,855,0001,230,480,0002,567,000,0003,313,704,0005,600,0007,597,61014,413,236,6101,229,936,160.00
20036,848,000,000824,880,0002,072,000,0002,280,400,0005,000,0006,160,00012,036,440,000895,684,000.00
20046,836,000,0001,445,040,0002,487,500,0002,401,600,0005,800,0005,320,00013,181,260,000997,982,000.00
20057,700,050,5001,741,200,0002,835,500,0003,013,600,0007,300,0005,040,00015,302,690,5001,209,700,505.00
20068,234,000,0001,502,400,0002,828,000,0002,941,000,0004,400,0007,700,00015,517,500,0001,185,410,000.00
20077,401,200,0001,197,840,0002,089,500,0002,796,640,0004,800,000950,670,00014,440,650,0001,995,084,000.00
20085,419,200,000640,560,0001,050,500,0002,538,800,0003,400,000489,120,00010,141,580,0001,316,790,000.00
20092,354,000,00086,640,000146,000,000533,920,0003,800,000423,640,0003,548,000,000601,492,000.00
20104,010,830,000490,560,0001,119,000,000347,000,0003,500,000402,220,0006,373,110,000667,256,300.00
20114,938,540,000990,240,0001,502,000,000391,200,0003,450,000374,920,0008,200,350,000723,542,400.00
20126,015,200,0001,023,600,0001,676,000,000568,010,0003,500,00049,920,0009,336,230,000472,604,500.00
20137,070,000,0001,223,040,0002,112,000,0001,455,200,0009,600,00037,100,00011,906,940,000748,752,000.00
20148,146,400,0001,206,240,0002,302,500,0001,580,200,0004,600,00041,020,00013,280,960,000810,396,000.00
20159,365,300,0001,599,600,0003,041,010,0002,990,820,0004,600,00045,370,00017,046,700,0001,273,109,000.00
20169,118,400,0001,546,560,0002,954,000,0002,356,030,0004,200,00038,220,00016,017,410,0001,093,239,500.00
20178,634,020,0001,373,280,0002,728,000,0002,116,000,0004,700,0003,360,00014,859,360,000962,514,200.00
20187,478,200,0001,204,560,0002,126,000,0001,742,314,00010,200,0003,500,00012,564,774,000791,788,500.00
20197,040,400,0001,094,894,4002,194,000,0001,651,600,0003,400,0002,940,00011,987,234,400762,088,720.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $
20207,596,400,0001,623,100,0002,778,500,0002,768,000,0005,700,0002,660,00014,774,400,0001,132,479,000.00
20217,908,620,0001,570,780,0002,830,250,0002,632,600,00013,100,0002,520,00014,957,870,0001,107,870,200.00
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total coinsValue in $


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  1. Sol Taylor. "U.S. coin changes in WWII". Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society . Retrieved 2005-07-09.

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Half eagle Gold coin issued by the United States face valued at five dollars

The half eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since 1983. Composed almost entirely of gold, its face value of five dollars is half that of the eagle coin. Production of the half eagle was authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792, and it was the first gold coin minted by the United States.

A type set is a coin collection based on coin design or type. Traditional collections consist of all dates within a series such as state quarters or Lincoln cent.

Coronet large cent One-cent coin issued by the United States Mint from 1816 to 1857

The Coronet large cent was a type of large cent issued by the United States Mint at the Philadelphia Mint from 1816 until 1839.

Coining (mint)

In minting, coining or coinage is the process of manufacturing coins using a kind of stamping, the process used in both hammered coinage and milled coinage. This "stamping" process is different from the method used in cast coinage.

Lincoln cent One-cent United States coin

The Lincoln cent is a one-cent coin that has been struck by the United States Mint since 1909. The obverse or heads side was designed by Victor David Brenner, as was the original reverse, depicting two stalks of wheat. The coin has seen several reverse, or tails, designs and now bears one by Lyndall Bass depicting a Union shield. All coins struck by the United States government with a value of 1100 of a dollar are called cents because the United States has always minted coins using decimals. The penny nickname is a carryover from the coins struck in England, which went to decimals for coins in 1971.

Indian Head gold pieces United States 20th-century gold coins

The Indian Head gold pieces or Pratt-Bigelow gold coins were two separate coin series, identical in design, struck by the United States Mint: a two-and-a-half-dollar piece, or quarter eagle, and a five-dollar coin, or half eagle. The quarter eagle was struck from 1908 to 1915 and from 1925–1929. The half eagle was struck from 1908 to 1916, and in 1929. The pieces remain the only US circulating coins with recessed designs. These coins were the last of their denominations to be struck for circulation, ending series that began in the 1790s.

Numismatic history of the United States History of coin collecting in the United States

The numismatic history of the United States began with Colonial coins such as the pine tree shilling and paper money; most notably the foreign but widely accepted Spanish piece of eight, ultimately descended from the Joachimsthaler and the direct ancestor of the U.S. Dollar.

Panama–Pacific commemorative coins Series of five commemorative coins of the United States

The five Panama–Pacific commemorative coins were produced in connection with the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. Struck at that city's mint, the issue included round and octagonal $50 pieces. Excepting modern bullion coins, these two gold pieces are the highest denomination ever issued and the largest coins ever struck by the United States Mint. The octagonal $50 piece is the only U.S. coin to be issued that is not round.