Browse the PDF files below to print and color your own coins. Choose from:
- Circulating Coins
- Native American $1 Coins
- America the Beautiful Quarters
- 50 State Quarters
- American Innovation $1 Coins
- Commemorative Coins
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A circulating coin is a coin used in daily life as money. You might have some at home in your piggy bank! Circulating coins show the faces of famous people, most of them presidents.
Since 2009, the United States Mint has issued a yearly Native American $1 Coin. The image of Sacagawea, the Native American who helped Lewis and Clark on their historic voyage of exploration, is on the front (obverse) of the coin. The back (reverse) has a different image each year to highlight Native Americans and their contributions.
In 2010, the Mint began to issue the quarters in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program. By the time the program ends in 2021, there will be a total of 56 coins released. Each design features a different national site in each state, territory, and the District of Columbia.
In 1999, the United States Mint began striking a new quarter about every ten weeks to honor one of the 50 states—that is, five new quarters every year—until the program ended. In 2009, the Mint released six quarters honoring the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories.
From 2019 to 2032, the Mint will release four new designs each year in the American Innovation™ $1 Coin Program. Each coin will feature an image that shows a significant innovation, innovator, or group of innovators from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the five U.S. territories.
The Mint also makes coins to collect rather than spend, called “commemorative coins.” These coins honor famous people, places, and events by highlighting important parts of American history and culture.