U.S. circulating coin production slowed in November for a second month in a row and dropped below the 1 billion mark for the first time since February, the latest figures from the United States Min show.
Year-end slides are mostly the norm and the latest one will extend into December as the U.S. Mint gears up to strike coins for 2016 […]
Production of American coins for circulation slowed in October to an eight-month low, according to the latest round of United States Mint figures. Still, nearly 1.3 billion in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters were pressed for the month.
In headline comparisons, the level marks declines of 17.6% from September and 26.2% from October of last year […]
U.S. circulating coin production picked up in September after easing somewhat in August, according to the latest round of United States Mint figures.
More than 1.57 billion in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters came from the agency’s coining presses last month, marking advances of 20.8% from the previous month and […]
Production of U.S. coins for circulation slowed in August for the first time in four months, according to United States Mint figures published last Thursday, Sept. 8.
The data also shows mintages for West Virginia’s Harpers Ferry National Historical Park coin, the third of this year’s five differently designed quarters. Overall, its mintage is the highest among quarters since those from 2001 […]
U.S. coin production increased for a third straight month in July with United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver pressing over 1.8 billion coins for circulation, the most for a month than any since at least 2007 when CoinNews started tracking the data.
The U.S. Mint’s production surged 14.2% from June and jumped 8.5% from the same time a year ago […]
U.S. coin production increased for a second straight month in June with United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver pressing over 1.5 billion coins for circulation, the most since October.
With this year’s string of strong production months, the U.S. Mint is on track to make the second most coins since 2001, having already made more than 8.3 coins through the first half of the year […]
Production of American coins for circulation picked up in May, according to the latest United States Mint figures.
The data also shows mintages for Kentucky’s Cumberland Gap National Historical Park quarter, the second of this year’s five differently designed America the Beautiful Quarters […]
Production of U.S. coins for circulation slowed in April and from a year ago, according to United States Mint figures released on Tuesday, May 10.
The data also shows mintages of the 2016 Ronald Reagan dollar, the last release in the U.S. Mint’s series of Presidential $1 Coins which honors former and deceased U.S. Presidents […]
Production of U.S. coins for circulation rebounded sharply in March and climbed some from a year ago, according to United States Mint figures released on Thursday, April 7.
The data also shows mintages of 2016 Gerald R. Ford $1 Coins, the second to last release in the U.S. Mint’s Presidential dollar series […]
Facilities in Denver and Philadelphia produced far fewer coins for circulation last month than in January and a year earlier, data from the United States Mint shows.
New figures also reveal mintages for Illinois’s Shawnee National Forest Quarter, the first 2016-dated release in the series of America the Beautiful Quarters, and they show mintages for this year’s first Presidential $1 Coin which features Richard Nixon […]