United States of America coins catalog
United States Mint
Founded for producing coins and coin-related
products (proof, uncirculated, commemorative
coins, congressional medals, silver and gold
Coinage Act April 2, 1792 establishing the first
national mint of the United States.
The Act specified the following coinage
- copper half cent and cent
- silver half dime, dime, quarter, half dollar,
- gold: quarter eagle ($2.50), half eagle ($5),
and eagle ($10).
The site of first US Mint was in Philadelphia.
Now, the Mint maintains production facilities in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver, and West Point, and a bullion depository in Fort Knox.
All circulated coins from $1 to 1 cent
Circulation coinage by the face value
Circulation coinage by types
Bicentennial Commemorative coins
Commemorative Half Dollar 1892-1925
Commemorative Half Dollar 1926-1954
Commemorative 5 cents
Commemorative 1 cent
United States Administration in the Philippines
Insular Government (1901-1935)
Commonwealth of the Philippines (1935-1946)