US Mint Product Schedule for 2022 Includes Commemoratives, Morgan Dollars and Peace Dollars

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Mint Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin designs
U.S. Mint images showing designs of 2022 Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coins

The United States Mint published a preliminary product schedule for 2022. It’s complete with nearly five dozen listings ranging from traditional coins and sets to the year’s two commemorative issues which honor the establishment of the Negro National League and the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor.

Next year products mark the beginning of the U.S. Mint’s American Women Quarters™ Program, continuations of their series of Innovation and Native American dollars, additional silver medals celebrating former Presidents, branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, and American Liberty (the bucking horse depiction), the availability of a reverse proof American Palladium Eagle, and 2022-dated Morgan and Peace silver dollars.

Images and prices for the products are still upcoming, and specific release dates are published only for releases in January, February, and March. As always, the Mint indicates that it may change at any time.

The current product schedule is below. Keep up to date with changes at https://catalog.usmint.gov/product-schedule/. (The default product schedule is 2021, so you’ll need to click on the menu item for 2022.)

Numismatic Products Release Dates
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program $5 Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Clad Proof Half Dollar
San Francisco (S)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Colorized Silver Dollar
West Point (W)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Proof Silver Dollar
West Point (W)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Three-Coin Proof Set
MULTI (S)(W)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin
West Point (W)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar
Denver (D)
Jan 6
National Purple Heart Hall of Honor 2022 Program Uncirculated Silver Dollar
West Point (W)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 $5 Gold Proof
West Point (W)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 $5 Gold Uncirculated
West Point (W)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Clad Proof Half Dollar
San Francisco (S)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Proof Silver Dollar
Philadelphia (P)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Proof Silver Dollar and Jackie Robinson Proof Silver Medal Set
Philadelphia (P)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Proof Silver Dollar with Privy Mark
Philadelphia (P)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Three-Coin Proof Set
MULTI (P)(S)(W)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar
Denver (D)
Jan 6
Negro Leagues Baseball 2022 Uncirculated Silver Dollar
Philadelphia (P)
Jan 6
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Silver Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Feb 3
Congratulations Set 2022
West Point (W)
Feb 3
First Amendment to the United States Constitution 2022 Platinum Proof Coin – Freedom of Speech
West Point (W)
Feb 3
American Women Quarters 2022 Rolls and Bags – Maya Angelou
MULTI (D)(P)(S)
Feb 7
Native American $1 Coin 2022 Rolls, Bags, and Boxes
MULTI (D)(P)
Feb 9
American Women Quarters 2022 Proof Set
San Francisco (S)
Feb 10
James K. Polk Presidential Silver Medal Feb 14
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Rolls and Bags – Rhode Island
MULTI (D)(P)
Feb 23
American Women Quarters 2022 Silver Proof Set
San Francisco (S)
Feb 24
U.S. Navy 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal Mar 11
American Eagle 2022 Gold Proof Four-Coin Set
West Point (W)
Mar 17
American Eagle 2022 One-Half Ounce Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Mar 17
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Mar 17
American Eagle 2022 One-Quarter Ounce Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Mar 17
American Eagle 2022 One-Tenth Ounce Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Mar 17
American Women Quarters 2022 Rolls and Bags – Dr. Sally Ride
MULTI (D)(P)(S)
Mar 22
American Buffalo 2022 One Ounce Gold Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Spring
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Gold Uncirculated Coin
West Point (W)
Spring
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin
West Point (W)
Spring
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Proof Set
San Francisco (S)
Spring
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Rolls and Bags – Kentucky
MULTI (D)(P)
Spring
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Rolls and Bags – Vermont
MULTI (D)(P)
Spring
American Women Quarters 2022 Rolls and Bags – Wilma Mankiller
MULTI (D)(P)(S)
Spring
Kennedy 2022 Half-Dollar 200-Coin Bag
MULTI (D)(P)
Spring
Kennedy 2022 Half-Dollar 2-Roll Set
MULTI (D)(P)
Spring
Proof Set 2022
San Francisco (S)
Spring
Silver Proof Set 2022
San Francisco (S)
Spring
Uncirculated Coin Set 2022
MULTI (D)(P)
Spring
Zachary Taylor Presidential Silver Medal Spring
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Palladium Reverse Proof Coin
West Point (W)
Summer
American Eagle 2022 One Ounce Silver Proof Coin
San Francisco (S)
Summer
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Rolls and Bags – Tennessee
MULTI (D)(P)
Summer
American Liberty 1 Ounce Silver Proof Medal Summer
American Women Quarters 2022 Rolls and Bags – Nina Otero-Warren
MULTI (D)(P)(S)
Summer
American Women Quarters Ornament – Anna May Wong
San Francisco (S)
Summer
American Women Quarters Ornament – Maya Angelou
San Francisco (S)
Summer
American Women Quarters Ornament – Nina Otero-Warren
San Francisco (S)
Summer
American Women Quarters Ornament – Sally Ride
San Francisco (S)
Summer
American Women Quarters Ornament – Wilma Mankiller
San Francisco (S)
Summer
Millard Fillmore Presidential Silver Medal Summer
U.S. Air Force 1 Ounce Silver Medal Summer
U.S. Coast Guard 1 Ounce Silver Medal Summer
U.S. Marine Corps 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal Summer
American Innovation $1 Coin 2022 Reverse Proof Set
San Francisco (S)
Fall
American Women Quarters 2022 Rolls and Bags – Anna May Wong
MULTI (D)(P)(S)
Fall
Franklin Pierce Presidential Silver Medal Fall
Limited Edition 2022 Silver Proof Set
San Francisco (S)
Fall
Morgan 2022 Silver Proof Dollar
San Francisco (S)
Fall
Peace 2022 Silver Proof Dollar
San Francisco (S)
Fall

 

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Chris Terp

Wonder why the minting of Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars for 2022? Maybe larger mintages for 2022 instead of the smaller amounts in 2021?

Last edited 6 months ago by Chris Terp
Chris Terp

Good point Kaiser. Yes, 2021 ones were just Silver Dollars while 2022 will be Proof Silver Dollars.

Antonio

Please, don’t give them any ideas.

Chris Terp

Why not? – Brits, Canadians, ANZAC among other mints all aboard the colorization fad. US Mint did it also with one of the basketball silver dollars last year and think they’ll be doing it for one of the Negro League Silver Dollars. Not a fan of the colorized coins either.

Wish the 2021 Peace Dollars were high relief though 🙁

Rich

Chris, I don’t think the mintages for the 2022 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars will be larger than the 2021 mintage limits since they are proofs.

Antonio

And yet, I must have them.

Chris Terp

EXZZZZZACTLY!!!

Chris Terp

Many of the coins minted in 2020 and 2021 were low mintage because of COVID so maybe a tad higher? Hope so.

Last edited 6 months ago by Chris Terp
Chris Terp

Unfortunately true 🙁

Antonio

You’re not. I believe mintages for 2020 and 2021 will end up being higher than for subsequent years. Although I hope there will be enough Morgan and Peace proofs to satisfy demand, we’ll have to wait ’til next fall to see. This time, I hope to order as many Peace proofs as I can. I really like the uncirculated one I have and wished I would have ordered more. Only because I like them. A real collector here.

SENZA

Bravo Sir kaiser, No point to the game if it can’t be gamed

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Mike Hunt

Kaiser & Chris — I thought a lot about what the Mint did in 2021 relative to the finish on the Morgan and Peace Dollars. While the Mint never said this (as far as I know) I think they put out Uncirculated Dollars to maintain consistency with how they were last produced in 1921. There weren’t any Proof coins back then as far as I know (Kaiser, please fact check me on this one). And the Peace dollar was done in High Relief because THAT is the way the 1921 Peace coin was minted. Finally, they used Privy marks for… Read more »

Chris Terp

Mint did inform buyers in specification sections of all the re-issue coins that finish is uncirculated.

Rich

Yeah, with a matte finish.

Rich

Yah, I’m also fond of the Finnish.

Rooster

I did not know the Peace were high relief. There was rumor early on that they may do this but due to the thinness of the coin they were not going to. Hoping for a surprise as I hoped they would.

Chris Terp

Fingers crossed high relief. Only the 1921 Peace Dollars were high relief, remaining years not. Bank and business that handled many coins complained they couldn’t stack the high reliefs for storing, etc.

Rich

For the hard-core Peace Dollar history buffs: the only Proof Peace Silver Dollars minted were the 1922 Peace Dollar Matte Finish – High Relief Proof (Est. 5-8 known) with a mintage of 10 coins. The 1921 Peace Dollar High Relief (Regular Strike) had a mintage of 1,006,473 coins. All the other (i.e., 1922-1928 and 1934-1935) Peace Dollars were Low Relief (Regular Strike). Note, exceptions are the 1922 Peace Dollar Modified High Relief Production Trial J-2020 (Regular Strike) Unique and High Relief, Sandblasted Antique Finish J-2018 (Special Strike), with mintage = 10 and 8 respectively.The 1921 Morgan Dollars were the final… Read more »

Mike Hunt

Rich —
Many thanks for this and obviously all of the detail research work you did on it. But it kind of highlights the special nature of a “type” collection of the 1921 dollars, all in one place, all first or last versions of the others, separated by 100 years. And I think having the P 2021 Morgan in that group maintains the fact that the 1921 Peace was only minted in Philadelphia, right?
How long have you been collecting? Your commentary was impressive.
— Mike

Rich

Mike and Sir Kaiser, you are most welcome, my pleasure. Yes, the 1921 Type 1 High Relief Peace Dollar was only minted in Philadelphia. The Type 2 Low Relief 1922 and 1923 Peace Dollars were minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco; the 1924 and 1925 Peace were minted in Philadelphia and San Francisco; the 1926 and 1927 Peace were minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco; the 1928 Peace in Philadelphia and San Francisco; the 1934 Peace in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco; and the 1935 Peace in Philadelphia and San Francisco. Finally, here is a Peace Dollar trivia… Read more »

SENZA

Has anyone solved the mystery of why they were shipped from Dallas?

Chris Terp

Senza, Mint contracted second processing center to speed delivery for the Morgan and Peace coins to buyers.

SENZA

Thanks Chris Terp, it really was a burning question I have to admit that the idea of the US Mint doing anything to improve service totally slipped my mind.

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Rooster
Chris Terp

Thanks for forwarding. Fingers crossed Rooster.

Charles Randall

Covid kept the workers out of the mints for the 1st 1/4 of 21 and 6 months in 2020. This is why 2021 coins are getting scarce and climbing in price daily

Phil

If it’s just 2 coins, I’ll prob try. Def not interested in chasing a half dozen again. Too aggravating

Charlie

You will get yours in the LESilver proof set.S mint proofs.

Antonio

It’ll complete my series that I’ll showcase like safari trophies on the wall.

Antonio

I did get all the Morgan and Peace dollars, with some aggravation I might add. Then I missed out on the two coin ASE reverse proof set, only to get my chance again a month and a half later. It’s a nice set and I’m happy I was persistent. The only one I missed out on was the Type 1 ASE proof from West Point. Otherwise, I consider I now have a small mountain of silver coins. Maybe Smaug would trade them for 1 gold coin.

Mike Hunt

Antonio — While I did get all of the Silver Dollars (by virtue of getting the Limited Edition set), the MInt screwed up on my ENROLLMENT ASE Type 1 West Point too. But I “may” be getting some traction based on the formal letter of complaint I sent to the new Deputy Director of the Mint. The Mint even charged my MC for it AND created the USPS mailing label but never delivered the package to them for mailing! Just when you thought the gross incompetence of the online ordering system was going to be the worst thing you would… Read more »

Phil

Kaiser,

I got sucked into the hoopla. & I’m glad I was able to order 3 Peace bucks, cause only 1 was good. I posted that somewhere else. So, for my own selfish reasons, I want HOL @3. Lol

Antonio

I wish I had ordered 3. I really like the Peace dollars.

SENZA

Congrats that means your the only one who can afford to pay $1600.00 for a $499.– XBOX

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Chris Terp

Right Kaiser. Although still wish it was called Armistice Day.

Chris Terp

Correct. November 11, 1918, 11am, historic day and time because of the Armistice signed by the warring Parties (that included USA).

Antonio

Where does the time go? I was once a young man with an “airborne” haircut and now I’m an older man with NO hair. lol.

Chris Terp

January 6, 2022, is big day for Mint next year with 17 coins being released.

Chris Terp

Let the madness begin 😉

Antonio

It’s also the one year anniversary of the Capital Uprising! Yikes!!

Chris Terp

Ha ha ha – good observation Antonio.

Numi

NEW FLASH…
Major Mint Error on 2021 Morgan…
Looks like the “blemish” shown by a contributor to one of these threads. If you remember who it was, please pass on link below:

https://www.numismaticnews.net/us-coins/major-error-on-2021-s-morgan-dollar?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=182108943&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8RBlQmCw3ugJ1Nxe3CBjm-KlwGqM7MzVUCNBFASBYGOeP363N3q8COSiVRvpgBCgr-gwl-Hi7094e3ECMi2FlArpYruA&utm_content=182108943&utm_source=hs_email

Chris Terp

That was harryg Will copy and paste that to him in the other thread.

Rich

Thanks for the news flash, Numi. Larry T and Harry G both described a similar error with their Morgans as reported: “ICG of Tampa, Fla., certified its first major Mint Error example of the recently released 100th Anniversary 2021-S Morgan dollars. It appears that a small blob of die grease with tiny silver particles trapped within got between the planchet and obverse die just prior to striking. This resulted in an indentation, nearly as large as the digit “zero” right behind Liberty’s mouth.”
Larry and Harry may have hit the Jackpot!

Chris Terp

We’ll find out soon once the graders put their thoughts out about it.

Chris Terp

Money makes the world go around 😉 😮

Antonio

They could drop a few k’s your way. Hey, why not! They have money to burn.

Mike Hunt

Kaiser, Rich, Chris & Numi — I don’t know if you were a stamp collector in October of 1962. But if you were you will recall the error misprint of the Dag Hammarskjöld stamp. For you kids out there who don’t know what this was all about, one of the production plates was seated backwards. The result was one of the biggest error prints in Stamp Collecting history. But the collector who caught it opened his mouth too soon!!! So millions more of the incorrect ones were printed. The result was that there were actually more of the incorrect stamps… Read more »

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Chris Terp

At least you have a piece of history Mike. Mint or printing errors get caught quickly, well usually. Printing mistake runs are greater as printing process churns out more product quickly. Minting errors generally are smaller and we find sometimes done on purpose by the striker 😮 😉

Rich

Mike and Sir Kaiser, my Grandfather was an avid stamp and first day covers collector, with a strong passion for the hobby. His favorite stamps (and the storied history behind them) were the three Graf Zeppelin stamps issued by the USPO in April 1930. And like we sometime grumble about the Mint today, he too was caught up in the Post Office controversy at that time (i.e., the controversial Zeppelin stamps that enraged 1930s collectors). The U.S. printed 1,000,000 of each color stamp, but only sold about 227,000 Zeppelin stamps total, since many Depression-era Americans found it difficult for any… Read more »

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Mike Hunt

All of you gentlemen are right about owning a piece of history. I didn’t really think a lot about it back then. But one of the things I do remember was having to mow the lawn AND do a car wash to get the $2 to buy a sheet of 50 4 cent stamps. Even buying a sheet of 100 1/2 cent stamps required saving. The same thing for coins. Coin collecting actually taught me a lot about the value of saving and being frugal and having a better appreciation of the things I worked to buy. Both hobbies taught… Read more »

Robert Vincelette

We should consider that Count Zeppelin desperately tried to stop Hitler from getting into a position of power and despised what the Nazis stood for.

Rich

Sir Kaiser,
There are some things money can’t buy… That story of your younger brother’s beer run? Priceless.

Vachon

So the Mint will be continuing to offer business strike San Francisco mint quarters with this new series I take it?

Stanley

It would be nice to see some pictures of the new purple heart coins and their mintage totals!

Stanley Mayer

I would like to see some pictures of the new purple heart coins and their total mintages!

Robert Vincelette

I am no a fan of professional spectator sports: universities paying sports coaches over 100 times what they pay adjunct PhD professors, billion dollar stadiums at taxpayer funding, calling players “heroes” the way you call a soldier who put his/her life on the line to defend a way of life or the hard laboring scientist who discovers a new cancer treatment. Since no private individual can collect every coin even one country has ever minted, in my limited collection, I do not miss coins which commemorate overpaid sports figures who contribute nothing but cheap commercial entertainment to humanity. When I… Read more »

Thomas Rowe

The 2022 quarter has to be the worst design in U.S. history. Maya Angelou is amazing, but you don’t show her face. The profile of Washington is unrealistic and frankly, satire and derogatory.

Andy

So many choices…so little affordable if you have buy them from the resellers. Glad I got out in 2020.

Micah Rubin

I had a patient pay his copay with gold colored $1 coins. The faces on the coins were past presidents like Nixon and Roosevelt. I can’t find a mint mark and I’ve never seen these coins in circulation. Anybody have an idea, did I get scammed? Lol