Lincoln penny, walking liberty half dollar, ten dollar Indian head gold & twenty dollar St. Gaudens gold. Most of the gold coins were melted before ever going into circulation.
All US nickels minted since 1946, all US dimes minted since 1965, all US quarters minted since 1965, all US half dollars minted since 1971, all US dollar coins minted from 1971 through 1981. Exceptions are silver coins minted for collectors.
No US 1 Dollars coins were minted in 1907.
No US dollar coins were minted in 1983.
Although an independent country, the Republic of Palau uses the US Dollar as its currency. Those coins are minted at the various US Mints. Palau also issues "Republic of Palau" thematic collector coins, also minted at US mints.
US Coins are minted in Philadelphia, PA; Denver, CO; San Francisco, CA (proof and commemoratives only); and West Point, NY (primarily bullion coins).
Coins dated 1970 were minted at three mints. Coins bearing no mintmark were minted in Philadelphia. Those with an "S" Mintmark were made in San Fransisco. Those with a "D" mintmark were made in Denver.
In the past US gold coins have been minted at the Charlotte, Dahlonega, Denver, New Orleans, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and West Point mints.
Circulating U.S. coins are currently minted in Philadelphia and Denver. Then proof and collector coins are minted in San Francisco, and a few are made at West Point.
The US Mint officially began producing coins in 1793.
ALL us minted coins by stated value for a given year
After being minted, coins are sent through to banks throughout the USA.
There were no US coins minted in 1776.
this question makes no sense.
Quite simply, there were no US dollar coins minted that year.
The first US sandwich coins were the 1965 dimes & quarters.
The US has not minted any Ronald Reagan coins. There are plans for a one-dollar coin in about 4 years. The US mint has minted bronze medals for Reagan that resemble coins but have no face value. Some foreign countries such as Liberia have minted Reagan coins mostly to sell to Americans at more than face value.
No US dollar coins were issued in 1809.
The initial 5 cent coins minted by the US mint were the Shield 5 cent coins - and they were initially minted in the year 1866. Prior to that, the Draped Bust Half Dime, Capped Bust Half Dime, and the Seated Liberty Half Dime were minted. However, there were NO 5 cent coins minted in the year of 1815.
Yes, there used to be a gold dollar. There were three designs minted between 1849 and 1889. It was one of the smallest coins the US ever minted.
Dimes and quarters minted before 1965, half dollars minted before 1971, and silver dollars minted through 1935. Half-dimes also contain silver, but I wouldn't qualify them as common. Otherwise no circulating US coins contain silver.
1932 was the last year gold coins were struck for circulation.
No. There are no US quarters, halves or dollars with the date of 1975. All of these large coins minted in 1975 and 1976 have the dual date 1776-1976 in celebration of the Bicentennial. They were first released on July 4, 1975. (Some 1974-dated coins were also minted in early 1975.)
You can find one stamped on the coins minted for Panama. They use dollars but call them "Balboas". They actually use coins minted by the US mint in the exact same sizes and denominations as American coins and most denominations of the coins show an image of Balboa on them.
$10 gold coins minted prior to 1933 are called "Eagles". Gold coins minted after 1986 are called "Gold American Eagle".