CCAC to Review Designs for Florida and Texas Dollars & Semiquincentennial Coins


CCAC logoThe Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 27, to review and discuss designs for multiple coins. This includes 2025 dollars recognizing innovations in Florida and Texas, as well as 2026-dated cents and nickels that will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Nation’s founding.

The CCAC is tasked with advising the Secretary of the Treasury on themes and designs pertaining to all United States coins and medals.

Specifically, agenda topics for the meeting include:

  • Reviewing and discussing reverse candidate designs for the 2025 American Innovation $1 Coins, which honor innovations in Florida and Texas.
  • Reviewing and evaluating design options for the one-cent and five-cent 2026 Semiquincentennial coins.
  • Discussing potential future themes for the platinum proof coins.
  • Addressing any additional matters of importance.

Additionally, a recently appointed member will take the oath of office.

CCAC Meeting Time and Public Viewing Options

The meeting will commence on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 12:00 p.m. and will conclude at 4:00 p.m. (EST).

Interested members of the public may watch the meeting via live stream on the U.S. Mint’s YouTube Channel at:​user/​usmint.

To view the live broadcast of the meeting, simply click on the "February 27 meeting" icon located within the Live Tab.

This event is for watching and listening purposes only; no comments or questions from the public will be taken during the meeting. Any member of the public interested in submitting matters for the CCAC’s consideration is invited to do so by emailing

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Dazed and Coinfused

250th birthday? Shouldn’t it be 415th? I mean that is when first African arrived, and we all know nothing happens in the west until it get the obligatory recognition of the melanin mariners. Perfect opportunity to put Curtis Jackson in place of JFK. We could do a Pablo Escobar $20 bill too. I suggest Florida man for the coin. That dude is everywhere at all times. For Texas, show the power grid and a handicap parking spot in front of it full of cash to soak up all that oil. Or do a top gun theme. With abbot and DeSantis… Read more »

Chris Terp

Why not Mickey Mouse for Florida D&C? Will enjoy all the fireworks around that 😉 Mikey was the moniker for many years until recently.

For Texas just put a gushing oil well or a longhorn steer as both are indicative of that State.

From the latest joint U.S.-U.K. collaboration gold coin & medal I may not be too enthralled with the semiquincentennial coins coming our way.

Last edited 5 months ago by Chris Terp
Dazed and Coinfused

Crazy how you can’t see how fast the coins are selling anymore. First they changed quantity available to something else. Then they dropped it all together. Now you can’t even get an update in the coin sales because tubman is doing so bad in the polls. Being an election year, mint director trying to keep jib. But that’s a long time to sweep garbage under the rug. Why can’t Texas be shipping containers and concertina wire? Or Patrick mahommes statue. Maybe a Beyonce homage. Or just a huge tesla logo. Mickey for Florida. Nah, seems more like a California thing.… Read more »

Seth Riesling


Someone needs to push Gov. Abbott in his wheelchair across the border & let him try to get back in without his id card!!
Can a politician “run” against Gov. Abbott (as he’s on wheels) and lose??!!
Sorry for that non-PC joke Jesus!


Dazed and Coinfused

If they push abbot across the border then he’ll probably qualify for better Healthcare than he already gets. Probably two new legs.

That was a Dave Chappelle joke. But directed at the former wheelchair senator.

Campaigns are nothing but controversy, it’s always solely about the races.

Frankie Fontaine

Like we will ever see those 250th Pennie’s or nickels, they will hoarded and stuck away by Loomis and Brinks fold and bank cashiers, Same with the 08 5c & 10c s…..and AWQ rolls…..who the f keeps this stuff