Circulating coins are the coins that the United States Mint produces for everyday transactions. Circulating coins are also included in the United States Mint’s annual coin sets, which are the staple of coin collecting.
Note: $1 coins are circulating quality produced as collectibles, not for everyday transactions. However, they may be still used as legal tender.
Find measurements and metal content information on the Coin Specifications table.
Watch the video below to see how the Mint makes circulating coins.
Current Circulating Coins
- America the Beautiful Quarters® Program
- Half Dollar
- Native American $1 Coin Program
Previous Circulating Coins
- Lincoln Penny (1959-2007)
- Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Program
- Westward Journey Nickel Series™
- 50 State Quarters Program
- DC and U.S. Territories Quarters
- George Washington Bicentennial Quarter
- George Washington Quarter (1932-1998)
- Presidential $1 Coin Program
- Sacagawea Golden Dollar Coin
- Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin