Production Sales Figures

The United States Mint produces circulating coins for commerce, numismatic coins for collectors, and bullion coins for investors. Quantities are measured in terms of “production” figures when referring to circulating coins, “sales” figures for numismatic products, and “mintage” figures for bullion.

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Numismatic Products: Cumulative Sales

  • Frequency: Tuesdays by 5 p.m. ET
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  • Archive: October 18, 2015 forward

Numismatic Precious Metal Products: Sales

  • Frequency: Annually
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Bullion: Sales/Mintage

  • Frequency:
    • Sales: Weekdays by 5 p.m. ET (except federal holidays)
    • Mintage: Annually
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Circulating Coins: Production

  • Frequency: Monthly
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Historical Commemorative Coin Sales

  • Frequency: Annually and at program end
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  • Numismatic coins (Proof and Uncirculated finishes) are minted in Philadelphia (P), Denver (D), San Francisco (SF), and West Point (WP).
  • Bullion coins (Platinum, Gold, and Silver) have recently been minted at all facilities except Denver. Only numismatic products may be purchased directly from the US Mint.
  • Circulating-quality coins (as obtained in banks and retail establishments) are produced at Philadelphia and Denver facilities.