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 Produces Over 1.42 Billion Coins for Circulation in SeptemberThe United States Mint maintained a rapid pace of striking coins in September, marking a fourth straight month in which more than one billion were produced, logging the fourth highest production month of 2020, and registering the eighth highest monthly total over the last 45 months.

In headline comparisons, the U.S. Mint manufactured over 1.42 billion coins for circulation — spread across cents, nickels, dimes and quarters, slipping 14.2% from the amount made in August and 51.4% above the number minted in September 2019 […]

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https://www.coinnews.net/2020/09/11/u-s-mint-produces-over-1-65-billion-coins-for-circulation-in-august/U.S. coin production soared for a third straight month, manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show. The new data also revealed mammoth mintages for U.S. Virgin Islands’ Salt River Bay quarter, the third of this year’s five quarters with unique designs.

U.S. Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver struck more than 1.65 billion coins for circulation in August, marking their second highest monthly output — right behind July — since January 2017 […]

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U.S. Mint Produces Nearly 1.7 Billion Coins for Circulation in JulyU.S. coin production soared for a second month in a row, manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

In July, U.S. Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver struck nearly 1.7 billion coins for circulation, marking their highest monthly output since January 2017 […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 6.5 Billion in First Half of 2020 U.S. coin production soared in June, registering the biggest output since January 2018, after three rather lackluster months.

Across a longer stretch of time, the United States Mint pressed just over 6.5 billion coins for circulation in the first half of 2020. That’s seemingly an enormous amount but it’s tracking toward a fifth straight annual decline […]

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U.S. Coin Production Tops 904 Million in May 2020U.S. coin production picked up in May but registered below the 1 billion level for a third straight month, according to the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint.

The Mint produced just over 904 coins for circulation, marking increases of 12.8% from April and 86.3% from May of last year when the pace was notably the slowest for a month since December 2013 […]

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U.S. Coin Production Reaches 801 Million in April 2020U.S. coin production slowed and registered under 1 billion for a second month in a row, according to United States Mint manufacturing figures for April.

U.S. Mint data also revealed mintages for Connecticut’s Weir Farm National Historic quarter, the second of this year’s five quarters with unique designs […]

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U.S. Mint Produces 3.2 Billion Coins for Circulation in First Quarter 2020The United States Mint produced just over 3.2 billion coins for circulation in the first three months of 2020, marking their slowest first quarterly pace since 2013.

In the headline figure for March, U.S. Mint coining presses struck cents, nickels, dimes, and quarters in amounts totaling 898.86 million coins — down 17.9% from February, 14.8% lower than in March 2019, and representing the first month this year where the total was under 1 billion coins […]

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U.S. Mint Produces Nearly 1.1 Billion Coins for Circulation in February 2020U.S. coining presses slowed in February but they still struck more than one billion coins for circulation, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

Nearly 1.1 billion coins spread across cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars were produced last month, lifting the year-to-date total to over 2.3 billion coins […]

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U.S. Mint Produces Over 1.2 Billion Coins for Circulation in January 2020U.S. circulating coin production rebounded in January with United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver striking more than 1.2 billion coins spread across cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars.

The production pace surged 206.4% from December but slowed 18.5% from January 2019. Here’s how the month stacks up against others in the past year […]

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U.S. Mint Produces 11.9 Billion Coins for Circulation in 2019The pace of producing U.S. coins for circulation slowed for a fourth straight year after peaking to a 14-year high, the latest manufacturing figures from the United States Mint show.

In 2019, U.S. Mint production facilities in Philadelphia and Denver shipped over 11.9 billion coins to Federal Reserve Banks, marking a decline of 9% from the more than 13.1 billion coins made in 2018 […]

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