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. Mint Production in August 2018 Slows to 831.56 Million CoinsThe pace of producing United States coins for circulation slowed in August to an eight month low after jumping to a six-month high in July, the latest manufacturing figures from the U.S. Mint show.

Snapping a string of three monthly increases above the one billion level, the Mint struck 831.56 coins last month for declines of 40.7% from July and 28.8% from August 2017 […]

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Photo of 2018-D Uncirculated Voyageurs National Park Quarter - ReverseU.S. coin production rallied in July to a six-month high and ended above the 1 billion level for a third straight month, according to the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint.

U.S. Mint data also provided mintages for Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park quarter, the third of five 2018-dated quarters with unique designs […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 6.9 Billion in First Half of 2018After surging to a four-month high in May, United States Mint coin production slowed some in June even as facilities in Philadelphia and Denver struck nearly 1.2 billion coins for circulation.

The U.S. Mint manufactured just over 6.9 billion coins in the first half of 2018 — a seemingly huge amount yet it’s tracking as a third slower year after production peaked in 2015 with the most coins minted since 2011 […]

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U.S. Mint Coin Production Rebounds to 1.29 Billion Coins in MayU.S. coin production rebounded in May to its highest level since January after dropping to a four-month low in April, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

U.S. Mint coining presses struck for circulation more than 1.29 billion across cents, nickels, dimes and quarters, marking increases of 47% from April and 11.7% from May 2017 […]

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U.S. Mint Coin Production in April 2018U.S. coin production fell in April to a four-month low and also declined from a year ago, according to manufacturing figures published by the United States Mint.

Mint data also shows mintages for Wisconsin’s Apostle Islands National Lakeshore quarter, the second of five 2018-dated quarters with unique designs […]

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U.S. Coin Production Slips to 902.9M in MarchThe United States Mint produced just over 3.57 billion coins for circulation in the first three months this year, marking their slowest first quarterly pace since 2014.

U.S. Mint data also offers mintages for Michigan’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore quarter, the first of five 2018-dated quarters with unique designs […]

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US Mint Produces Over 1 Billion Coins for Circulation in FebruaryCoin production slowed in February after racing in January, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

U.S. Mint coining presses struck more than 1 billion in cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars, marking a 33.4% reduction from January but 8.5% higher than in February 2017 […]

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US Mint Coin Production Tops 1.6 Billion in January 2018United States Mint production facilities in Philadelphia and Denver picked up their pace in January.

Over 1.6 billion in cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars came from U.S. Mint coining presses last month, marking a 109.9% increase from December but a 10.5% decline from January 2017 […]

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US Mint Produces 14.8 Billion Coins for Circulation in 2017Coin production in the United States slowed for a second straight year after peaking to a 14-year high, annual figures from the U.S. Mint show.

In 2017, production facilities in Denver and Philadelphia shipped over 14.8 billion coins to Federal Reserve Banks for distribution into the economy, marking a 7.2% decrease from the more than 16 billion coins made in 2016 […]

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U.S. Coin Production Steady in November Atop 1.3 BillionU.S. circulating coin production slowed in November from October but ran much quicker than a year earlier, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

Over 1.3 billion in cents, nickels, dimes, and quarters came out of the Mint’s coining presses last month, marking a 5.4% decline from October but a 37.9% increase from November 2016 […]

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