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 bullion coins). Coinage Act April 2, 1792 establishing the first national mint of the United States.
The Act specified the following coinage denominations: 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.

 

Brief catalog

brief catalog

All circulated coins from $1 to 1 cent

brief catalog

Gold coins

 

Circulation coinage by the face value

dollar

Dollar

half dollar

Half Dollar

quarter

Quarter

20 cent

20 cents

dime

Dime

5 cent

5 cents

3 cents

3 cents

2 cents

2 cents

1 cent

One cent

half cent

Half cent

 

 

Circulation coinage by types

Flowing Hair

Flowing Hair

Draped Bust

Draped Bust

Liberty Cap

Liberty Cap

Capped Bust

Capped Bust

Braided Hair

Braided Hair

Barber

Barber

Seated Liberty

Seated Liberty

 

 

Commemorative coins

Bicentennial Commemorative

Bicentennial Commemorative coins

commemorative dollar

Commemorative Dollar

commemorative half dollar 1892-1925

Commemorative Half Dollar 1892-1925

commemorative half dollar 1926-1938

Commemorative Half Dollar 1926-1954

commemorative quarter

Commemorative Quarter

commemorative 5 cent

Commemorative 5 cents

commemorative cent

Commemorative 1 cent

 

 

United States Administration in the Philippines

Philippines Insular Government (1901-1935)

Insular Government (1901-1935)

Commonwealth of the Philippines (1935-1946)

Commonwealth of the Philippines (1935-1946)