US Mint Coin Production Figures

The following articles provide the latest news and information on United States Mint coin production figures. In general, the United States Mint publishes updated coin production figures on a monthly basis — usually a previous month’s data is released during the first week of a new month. In addition to the below articles, an overview of circulating production dating back from 1999 through to the current year is available on the CoinNews.net page: US Mint Circulating Coin Production. Detailed information on each of the released $1 coins is also available at: Presidential $1 Coin Production.

U.S. Coin Production Tops 1.4B in October; Ellis Island Quarter MintagesU.S. coin production in October ran the quickest since March and faster than a year earlier, according to manufacturing figures published by the United States Mint.

U.S. Mint figures also provide mintages for New Jersey’s Ellis Island quarter, the fourth of five 2017-dated quarters with unique designs […]

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US Mint Strikes 1.3 Billion Coins for Circulation in SeptemberU.S. coin production in September ran the quickest since March but not as fast as a year earlier, manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

Over 1.3 billion in cents, nickels, dimes, and quarters were pressed for circulation last month, driving the year-to-date total to more than 11.3 billion coins […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 1.1B in August, Passes 10B for YTDU.S. coin production was relatively steady in August, although down from the previous month and from year ago levels, according to the latest round of manufacturing figures from the United States Mint.

Over 1.1 billion in cents, nickels, dimes, and quarters were pressed for circulation last month, lifting the Mint’s year-to-date production total to just over 10 billion coins […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 1.25B in JulyThe United States Mint produced more than 8.8 billion coins through the first seven months of this year, lifted by the over 1.25 billion coins minted in July.

Last month’s production pace was a tad quicker than in June, but sharply lower than a year earlier when the Mint made the most coins for a month than any since at least 2007 when CoinNews started tracking the data […]

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U.S. Coin Production Nears 7.6B in First Half of 2017U.S. coin production quickened in June for a second month in a row as United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver struck over 1.2 billion coins for circulation, the most since March.

In the first half of 2017, the U.S. Mint manufactured nearly 7.6 billion coins. That’s a sizable tally, but it’s tracking for a second slower year after production peaked in 2015 […]

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U.S. Coin Production Rises to 1.15 Billion in MayU.S. coin production picked up in May after slowing to a four-month low in April, according to the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint.

The data also shows mintages for DC’s Frederick Douglass quarter, the second of this year’s five differently designed quarters […]

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US Mint Coin Production Nears 960 Million in April 2017U.S. coin production slowed to a four-month low in April, according to the latest round of manufacturing figures from the United States Mint. Nearly 960 million across cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars were pressed for the month.

In headline comparisons, the level marks declines of 33.6% from March and 28.3% from April 2016 […]

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U.S. Coin Production Hits 1.4B in MarchThe United States Mint produced more than 4.2 billion coins for circulation in the first three months this year, tracking the quickest first quarterly pace since 2015. The government agency went on to strike more than 17 billion coins that year, its best one since 2001.

U.S. Mint data also shows mintages for Iowa’s Effigy Mounds National Monument quarter, the first of five 2017 quarters with unique designs […]

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U.S. Coin Production Slows to 983.4 Million in February 2017Facilities in Philadelphia and Denver produced far fewer coins for circulation in February than the previous month but more than a year earlier, according to the latest round of manufacturing data from the United States Mint.

The sharp monthly decline follows trends of the past with the pace of U.S. coin production often quicker in Januarys and slower in Februarys […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 1.79 Billion in JanuaryU.S. Mint production jumped in January with the agency’s facilities in Philadelphia and Denver striking more than 1.79 billion coins for circulation, the second most for a month than in any since at least 2007 when CoinNews started tracking the data.

The production pace soared 157% from December and advanced 18.1% from the same month a year earlier […]

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