US Mint Circulating Coin Production July 2013

wilsonThe United States Mint has provided updated circulating coin production figures covering the month of July 2013. A preliminary production total has also been provided for the 2013 Woodrow Wilson Presidential Dollar.

For the month of July, the US Mint struck 1.23 billion circulating coins across both mint facilities and all denominations. This amount represents a sharp increase of 35.22% over the production total from the year ago period. This is now the seventh month in a row that production figures have recorded a year over year increase.

The year to date production total has now reached 7.61 billion coins. The US Mint is on pace to easily surpass the prior year annual total of 9.93 billion coins.

A breakdown of circulating coin production by mint facility and denomination appears in the table below. The first number column represents the latest monthly production, while the second number column represents the year to date production.

2013 US Mint Coin Production Figures
July 2013 YTD 2013
Lincoln Cent – Denver 363.60 M 2,173.60 M
Lincoln Cent – Phil. 353.20 M 2,366.00 M
Jefferson Nickel – Denver 65.76 M 410.88 M
Jefferson Nickel – Phil. 67.44 M 378.24 M
Roosevelt Dime – Denver 111.50 M 666.50 M
Roosevelt Dime – Phil. 106.50 M 673.50 M
Quarters – Denver 88.60 M 497.00 M
Quarters – Phil. 66.00 M 378.80 M
Kennedy Half – Denver 0 1.80 M
Kennedy Half – Phil. 0 1.80 M
Native Am Dollar – Denver 0 1.82 M
Native Am Dollar – Phil. 0 1.82 M
Pres Dollar – Denver 3.36 M 14.00 M
Pres Dollar – Phil. 0 19.45 M
Total 1,225.96 M 7,615.21 M

The lowly cent accounted for the majority of overall production, with 716.8 million pieces struck during the month. Year to date production or the denomination has now reached more than 4.5 billion pieces.

Production of nickels, dimes, and quarters each came in slightly higher than the typical levels seen for the respective denominations for this year. Compared to the prior year, quarters continue to show the largest gains by far. For the  year to date, there have been 875.8 million quarters produced. During the comparable year ago period, production was a mere 219.41 million pieces.

There were no Kennedy Half Dollars or Native American Dollars struck during the month. A small amount of Presidential Dollars were struck at the Denver Mint this month.

Production totals by design for the America the Beautiful Quarters and Presidential Dollars appear below. As mentioned in the past, these production totals by design should be considered preliminary until the close of the year. In the past, the US Mint has reserved the right to restart production based on demand and production capacity. A new figures has been added this month for the Woodrow Wilson Dollars.

2012 US Mint Coin Production by Design
Denver Phil. Total
White Mountain Quarter 107.60 M 68.80 M 176.40 M
Perry’s Victory Quarter 131.60 M 107.80 M 239.40 M
Great Basin Quarter 141.40 M 122.40 M 263.80 M
McKinley Dollar 3.36 M 4.76 M 8.12 M
Roosevelt Dollar 3.92 M 5.31 M 9.23 M
Taft Dollar 3.36 M 4.76 M 8.12 M
Wilson Dollar 3.36 M 4.62 M 7.98 M

The US Mint indicates that the Denver Mint struck 3.36 million and the Philadelphia Mint struck 4.62 million of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Dollars. This makes for a total of 7.98 million across both facilities. This actually represents the lowest overall production for any issue of the series to date.

After the relatively high production levels seen for the series from 2007 to 2011, the Treasury Department suspended production of the Presidential Dollars for circulation starting with the 2012-dated issues. These saw overall production ranging from a high of 14.6 million to a low of 9.52 million. For the current year, preliminary production totals have all fallen below this range, culminating with the new low established by the final release of the year.

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  1. Larry says

    Going to the ANA show Friday, was hoping to buy the RP Buff there. It figures that gold is going up now. So if I go Friday, it will cost me at least $50.00 more than if I buy it Tuesday from the mint, and with the way gold is going up it might even cost $100.00 more! What to do, what to do…..

  2. stephen m says

    A lot of coins being made. What is done with them all? I have seen very few ATB quarters in circulation since they were first started to be minted, maybe 4 or 5 out of my pocket change at best.

  3. stephen m says

    Larry, that’s one reason the number of them ordered for the first week will be so high. Every one is trying to save that $50 or $100. Gold may go down before this offering is complete but i wouldn’t count on it. I wish i had your problem.

  4. thePhelps says

    stephen – I have the 3 ATB quaters I’ve ever gotten in change sitting in front of me. It is odd the mint seems to be in overdrive… perhaps the QE is being paid in spare change, or is that a perception based soley on how 85 billion a month is being treated by the government?

  5. thePhelps says

    hls – I have them. I usually get a couple rolls and a bag when they are released. I don’t know if they will ever be valuable – but I figure why not. I have them all so far…

  6. high low silver says

    I got all designs from last year, might get 1 each when they all come out later this year.

  7. nick says

    hls- I ordered 2 S rolls of WM. most likely going to do the same for ft mchenry. I have a feeling WM is going to be the first this year to sell out.

  8. simon says

    I have a full set of the 2010 from circulation in change. They appear sporadically, and I go to WF bank every now and then to get a roll to search.

  9. Boz says

    Yes I have fussed before about the shortage of any ATB in circulation. But we have to consider that the entire quarter production in a rotten economy is less than just one single statehood quarter was back in the days before the latest economic bubble burst.

    Think back to the 1890s when a similar economic downturn took place. There would not have been many 1893 coins in circulation in 1900!

    I am still convinced that there should have been some quantities of 2008-2013 quarters released. But wheredid they go? Did bank tellers pick them out? I am aware that some bank employees do routinely look for old silver. But what would be gained by diverting recent clad coins?

    On the subject of the reverse proof Buffalo, we only have today and tomorrow to decide, if we want the introductory price. I am not sure, but it looks like the regular proof version will turn out to be of more value historically in future decades. The regular proof will be much lower in mintage from all present indicators. This will be more true if, as rumored, the reverse proof also turns up across more product lines later in the year.

    What to do, what to do. I agree.

  10. Fosnock says

    @high low silver – I still buy them (S quarters.) The introduction of the S rolls actually saved me money as I use to buy the P & D rolls so its not a big deal for me at least for now.

  11. stephen m says

    thePhelps, That 85 billion a month is going to ease and taper off supposedly in September because they claim the economy is growing ever so slowly and the government wants to keep it slow but growing. I don’t know if the 85b is even real or where it’s going. I do know billions of dollars worth of coins can be minted for a lot less than face value just like the paper money. If it all becomes worthless we will be in trouble.I wonder what would happen if the economy wasn’t fine tuned by uncle? Didn’t mean to be so doom and gloom on everyone. @Larry, you can buy now and cancel if the price gets lower before the window closes on that RP buffalo and reorder.

  12. Dan in Fla says

    I put my orders in for the Reverse Proof Buffalos the first day and will await their delivery. Even if I could go to Chicago I don’t think I would buy such a coin at a convention and have to carry it around. Cover your bases and buy the regular Proof Buff also.

  13. Larry says

    @ Dan – always nice to see something before you buy it, who knows, I might not like the coin. But I probably will buy it from the mint tomorrow, the way gold is going up.

  14. says

    I have not seen any 2013 ATB quarters in circulation either. I do not think they are released to banks any longer and thought that like the Pres dollars, they are only for sale at the mint. My banks used to get them, statehood, districts and ATB for two years, this year they can’t get the ATB’s anymore. Really chaps me that have to pay $32.95 plus shipping for two rolls when used to get them at bank for face value. Same deal on Pres dollars! I have gotten 2013 pennies, nickels and dimes galore as it seems they are flooding the system w/ them.

  15. thePhelps says

    icsopris – the ATB quarters are the circulation quarter. They are released in theory to the banks. So far that seems to be a hit or miss – since many of us have seen very few of them. The Pres dollars are not sent to the banks anymore.

  16. thePhelps says

    stephen – yeah I am also in the corner that wonders what they are doing with 85B a month and where this vastly improving economy is. That said though, printing money to solve an economic crisis at these levels has never been done before – so we have no idea what will happen when it ends – or how it will affect the overall economy when that cash flow (it has to be a flow doesn’t it?) ends as well.

  17. VARich says

    24,883 – don’t think we’ll be getting close to 40k on the Buff, or 35 for that matter

  18. Hidalgo says

    I really think where you live and the amount of business/business transactions that take place where you live has a big impact on whether or not you’ll receive ATB quarters in change.

    I live in a major metropolitan area, and I see plenty of state and ATB quarters.

  19. thePhelps says

    I read a story several weeks ago that said if you live near casinos… your chances of getting the new ATB quarters are lowered, because the casinos are getting them and they seldom leave there. In an abstract way – I accept that. Since I live where there seem to be casinos in every little town… it matches what I see…3 ATB quarters is my vast collection of circulated ATB coinage! The state quarters were everywhere and still are – just no ATB’s.

  20. im just a bill says

    on topic. woody is the worst president ever. signed the fed res act. booooo. Since then the dollar has lost 99% of its purchasing power.

    Andrew Jackson would have glove slapped him. Twice.

    off topic. anyone know if the pilly gift shop will be selling the buffalo?

    Also, I have seen plenty of D atb’s in my area. I also collect two rolls of the S q’s. as well as two P and D’s every time they come out.

  21. Ray says

    but Mr Wilson adorns our old $100,000 gold certs. Surely that means he was a good guy. ::insert sarcasm emoticon here:: he was the beginning of the end of this country imo. in the long run, Britain won the war. im convinced of this.

  22. William says

    @im just a bill: I loved the Andrew Jackson comment! Very clever!

    I know he wasn’t the main responsible party, but also don’t forget the personal income tax amendment was enacted under Woody’s watch. Combined with the US entry into WWI and the half-ass peace treaty, he was just plain awful.

  23. VARich says

    @bill – I was up there Saturday, response I got was “not sure yet” – but mgmt wasn’t available. If they do, question I have is, how would they price it? We could see another $50 to $150 tacked on to current pricing, regardless, IMO you won’t get it for current.

    @samuel – if the buff follows the past two ASE set trends, we’re at the 60-65% sales mark (w/i the first 96 hrs), so add 40%…, but I don’t think this one will follow the ASE trends with the big bump in the last two days – too many detractors.., but I’ve been wrong many times before, we’ll know in 23 days.

  24. Tim says

    Did anyone else get a letter today asking you to participate in another Mint survey? I did, and after I got done with the part about,” What can the Mint do to improve its products and services”, they (the Mint) might not ever sell me anything ever again! I let them have it. I still have 2 WP sets showing they will ship 8/9 and here it is 8/12 and they have not shipped, DUH!!!!!!!!

  25. Tim says

    RP Buff going into backorder status immediately was mentioned as well as large dealers over the collector.

  26. simon says

    FYI : Big surprise – I picked up a recently released 2013 P Great Basin quarter in Lakewood, CO this pm. It’s a surprise to me that a P mint unit made it this far west that fast.

  27. Jon in CT says

    Yes, Woodrow Wilson signed into law the first (constitutional) income tax as well as the law creating the Federal Reserve, both in the same year, 1913. He successfully ran for re-election on the motto: “He kept us out of the war!” And once he finally got the US got into the war, he signed into law the Sedition Act of 1918, a piece of legislation that would have absolutely appalled our country’s founders.

    Back then, progressives were at least honest about their aims and intentions, unlike today. The title of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 begins: “An Act to provide for the establishment of Federal reserve banks, to furnish an elastic currency, …”

  28. Mark in Florida says

    I got the satisfaction survey the other day, but tonight I got a new survey asking about if I would buy the palladium coin in 2014, and in 2015 if it was continued, and what I would prefer for the platinum 25th anniversary issues. Also about fractional platinum and fractional unc gold eagles.

  29. Erik H says

    If you want ATBs or other fresh coins you need to go to Puerto Rico. I don’t know why we get all the new stuff first but it must leave the island as fast as it gets here.

    As for the ANA show, is the mint actually selling or just taking orders for the Rev. Proof Buffalo? If they have them for distribution that means that once again big dealers will get to cherry pick and flood the market before the average collector. We shouldn’t have to wait until September to receive ours.

  30. says

    Mark, I’d like the Palladium Eagle…but why would the Mint be asking about the Platinum 25th Anniversary when that will be in 2022?

  31. VABEACHBUM says

    I’m immediately drawn to the extremely low production numbers for the Native American $1 circulating quality coins.

    Prior to the transition to numismatic sales of these types of $1 coins, the NA coins were supposed to represent at least 20% of the total $1 coin production. In 2011 and 2012, the NA coins were at or below 15% of production, never meeting the legislated requirement – and without apparent penalty. Now, the circulating quality NA $1 coins represent right at 10% of total $1 coin production.

    As it’s mid-August, and 2014 tooling will have to start pretty soon, I don’t expect to see another, substantial run of NA coins this year. If they do, they probably bring total populations to 2M each of the D & P strikes.

  32. Anil says

    Just watching coin vault reverse proof pre sale for PF 69 is $2299.95 and PF 70 is 2499.95. Now apparently to lock the price. I thought interesting.

  33. wdg5 says

    Off topic, but did anyone notice that the Roosevelt Discovery set is up on the upcoming releases on the Mint site. Clearly, I am disappointed with an uncirculated dollar being marketed for 10. I say the RP is the last of the great products for this year. Mount Rushmore Pucks might offer a little excitement.

  34. ips_stuff says

    @vabeachbum – I don’t think we will see any addition to the Native American dollar this year. I think it will be just like the Kennedy has been for several years – One minting and done. The 1.8 million will be right in line with the figures from 2008 Similar mintage to the 2012 S mint quarters, both would be a very low mintage if they had been put into circulation.

    – Off topic – but anyone wondering if we might get a bump back up on from the US MINT on silver, it was just early July when we were under $20 per ounce and got the price decrease. What will it take to get an increase again? Not that I want that.

  35. fosnock says

    Per earlier discussions it usually take a $5 increase in price…or silver will have to hit $23 per ounce

  36. Hidalgo says

    Seems like prices for gold coins will go up again this week.

    The reverse proof Buffalo gold coin has sold 24,883 units to date. I’m sure before gold prices go up, there will be a mild rush to purchase more of these coins.

    I was wondering if the regular proof Buffalo gold coin might be a better deal. In the long run, perhaps so, but only if it hits a mintage low.

  37. VARich says

    Off Topic – Day 2 afternoon (2:30 pm) WP ASE orders are shipping!

    That’s funny Tim, I don’t know why the mint continue to send out the same satisfaction and media preference survey for 8 months and pay top dollar to some public relations firm when all they have to do is read this blog once a week to get a flavor of collectors preferences…

  38. merryxmasmrscrooge says

    Printing money to solve an economic crisis of course HAS been done before. Look at Zimbabwe (check eBay) printing $1,000,000,000,000 notes and Germany in tatters between the wars where it cost 1,000,000 marks for a loaf of bread. We have reached the point in history where everything HAS been done before, where new things, innovations we need for space and electric cars are stymied by big corporations. .
    Unless we battle these companies and open the rights to these patents, printing paper money and stamping excess coinage will continue to be our only route to our survival. because Mr. Scrooge said so

  39. gary says

    I also got the special U.S. Mint survey with the questions about a palladium coin and expressed my opinion that the design requirements of the coin should altered to call for new 21st century artistic expressions of the Winged Liberty Head design by A.A. Weinman and a reverse design of a new 21st century expression of the eagle on A.A. Weinman’s medal OR the eagle allegory on the reverse of A.A. Weinman’s Walking Liberty Half Dollar. It can be done with the talent of the U.S. Mint staff sculptors and Artistic Infusion artists.

  40. Robt says

    The U.S. Mint will not let go of the cent, no matter how lowly worth it is http://www.usmint.gov/. If it does, the government will have to accept that the value of dollar is declining. Anything to save the dear dollar.

  41. thePhelps says

    gary – I like your idea on the updated design. I think the current platinum coin is a good example of an updated liberty that would be a good starting point for what a current issue design should be like. (no not the gears just the young liberty – I think she reflects well on the designers).

  42. jejtpr says

    Just got an email from Coin Volt that says that they have graded NGC and PCGS RP Buffalo coins in stock for $2499.95 for PR70. I think the Mint should not ship coins to the big vokume boys before everyone else. Not fair to the small purchaser.

  43. stephen m says

    thephelps $85b per month for some time now. I would not know how to do the math but why not just give all taxpayers a check for $1million? That might stimulate the economy and may be cheaper. @jettpr i got an e-mail from them. I don’t remember seeing a price. The price you quoted looks like the price on coin vault last night. I only watch that show and i think i would not recommend anyone to buy from those folks. Cheaper prices elsewhere.

  44. joe says

    Coin Vault is lying…the RP Buffalo coins have not been shipped to anybody yet. And I wouldn’t purchase anything from liars.

  45. Samuel says

    i read in another forum, the mint already started to mint the coins in June in full capacity. i wont be surprised if they are already ready to ship.

  46. stephen m says

    joe, i wouln’t think they have them yet either. Maybe just trying to set the hook so a person would buy from them when they do get them. They do seem to get the current hot mint offering very quickly. Those tv coin show guys really know how to use the words and numbers while trying to make a sale. I have to admit that they are good at what they do and most people would think their words are sincere.

  47. Jack says

    Based on my experience it’s very hard to get a set of ATB’s from change only. My son is interested in collecting these from circulation and has some Whitman folders. So every week I go to the bank and get a $500 box of quarters and he looks through it and picks out all the ATB’s. This last box he found tons of 2013s, about $20 worth. Even more then the total 2012s he found. To bad they are all from the Denver mint. It’s really hard to find those pesky Philadelphia mint quarters out here near Los Angeles.

  48. Curt says

    Robt, I believe the current legal definition of a US Dollar is 100 cents. The dollar will have to be redefined if the penny is shelved. Just my opinion.

  49. Ray says

    Maybe the coin vault is going to the chicago show this weekend and plans to have them graded onsite. Technically they could ship them this week if thats the case. Maybe the mint started to ship to the big dealers already too. The coins are made and it doesnt make much sense to wait to ship them.

  50. gary says

    @thePhelps… Yes your comment is exactly the directional approach I think should be done with a new palladium coin. I believe the intent to making the new coin should be a thematic approach to the design. I have always admired the work of A.A. Weinman and in fact I liked the design so much it was the 1st coin design type I began collecting back in 1962 when I was 10 years old and the Walking Liberty half dollars, all from rolls of coins my father bought for me to collect the series from circulation. That said though, I would like to see a 21st century contemporary portrayal of the Winged Liberty Head dime matched with a contemporary expression of the Eagle,pine sapling, rock of Weinman’s beautiful Walking Liberty half dollar. Weinman’s original works should be expressed on commemorative dimes and half dollar denominations in 2016, along with Hermon Macneil’s Liberty Standing Quarter. This I believe would be a great 2016 Mint offering as Centennial anniversary celebrations of this iconic American art legacy. As 90% (or .999 silver) they could be widely available to a greater number of Americans (just by the low price point alone) It would be historically significant and quite affordable to new coin collectors and most importantly, young people who will be the next generation of coin collector’s to succeed us.

  51. Larry says

    @ Curt, I think if you do some research, you will find there is NO legal definition of the US dollar. It is one of those things that if you find the answer, you may not like what you find.
    Without a gold or some kind of standard, the only thing that defines what a dollar is, is what it can purchase.

  52. ABC says

    On the topic of how these coin-selling television networks could get their coins before the rest of us get them. I believe they are getting them sooner because their coins are probably not being placed into the packaging like ours will be. Maybe their coins are being shipped to them only in coin capsules. What do you guys think?

  53. gary says

    @Larry/Curt… I think that the reason a dollar is not defined is because “money’ itself is a concept or idea of value or esteem that always changed over time beginning with the invention of the earliest stone or wood tools in ancient prehistory, then on to bronze and iron age items of utility. For much of it’s history gold was revered as magical and sacred in ornamental and religious usage. With the beginning of civilization, it also brought about the invention of tribes into “nations” and a good deal of war and transfer of wealth by conquest. A lot of excess and conquered territory gold, silver and bronze was melted down wholesale over centuries and reemerged with the invention of coins, as we know them, around 800-700 B.C.From the viewpoint of civilization establishment (roughly 10-12,000 years) Coins are a relatively recent concept of money.

  54. Boz says

    Pitney Bowes in Indianapolis is the distributor. Coin Vault parent company is about an hour drive. No big deal to pick them up or arrange for an armoured car courier service.

  55. joe says

    There’s no way the Coin Vault (or any other dealer) has the RP Buff in stock at this point. Furthermore, it is an easy matter to determine by visiting PCGS or NGC and reviewing the FS/ER/FR cutoff dates for the particular coin (the RP Buff in this case). As of two seconds ago there was no cutoff date for the RP Buff, which indicates none have been submitted for grading. If Coin Vault does have them graded in hand, then there is questionable collusion between the US Government, TPGs, and third party dealers.

    Now if the RP Buffs are going to be sold at the ANA show, then it does raise some very interesting possibilities for those interested in graded coins. If even a single person purchases one at the show and sends it in to be graded by one of the TPG companies, the clock starts ticking for first strike/early release/first release designations. However, the US Mint an initial shipping date around the end of September past the cutoff date. That theoretically means (like it or not) only RP Buff coins purchased at the ANA coin show will receive FS/ER/FR designation resulting for HUGE premiums similar to UHR AGE FS/ER PL coins. If a person is only interested in OGP then it’s no big deal, but if a collect wants the FS/ER/FR designation then they will have to pay through the nose. Just a thought…

  56. Larry says

    Well I was hoping to buy the RP Buff at the ANA show Friday, but with the cost surely going up tomorrw I bit the bullit and purchased from the mint. 50 bucks is 50 bucks. But at least I will be able to see it and decide how good it really is.
    I don’t really care if some big dealers get their coins first, as long as I get mine eventually and it is in good shape. I am patient enough to wait. It’s fun to watch the prices the dealers charge in the meantime.

  57. MarkInFlorida says

    Steve, it must have been for the platinum’s 20th anniversary, not 25th. They said 2017. I mis-wrote.

  58. says

    Larry, your comment “but $50 is $50 remindeded me of this story:

    Morris and his wife Esther went to the state fair every year. Every year Morris would say, “Esther, I’d like to ride in that helicopter” to which Esther would always reply, “I know Morris, but that helicopter ride is fifty dollars, and fifty dollars is fifty dollars.”
    One year Esther and Morris went to the fair and Morris said, “Esther, I’m 85 years old. If I don’t ride that helicopter, I might never get another chance.”

    To this, Esther replied, “Morris that helicopter ride is fifty dollars, and fifty dollars is fifty dollars.”
    The pilot overheard the couple and said, “Folks I’ll make you a deal. I’ll take the both of you for a ride. If you can stay quiet for the entire ride and not say a word, I won’t charge you! But if you say one word, it’s fifty dollars.”

    Morris and Esther agreed and up they went. The pilot did all kinds of fancy maneuvers, but not a word was heard. He did his daredevil tricks over and over again, but still not a word. When they landed, the pilot turned to Morris and said, “By golly, I did everything I could to get you to yell out, but you didn’t. I’m impressed!”
    Morris replied, “Well, to tell you the truth, I almost said something when Esther fell out, but you know, fifty dollars is fifty dollars!”

  59. Larry says

    @ Steve, great story! Bet Morris would have a tough time convincing Esther to buy the RP Buff! After all, 1640 dollars is 1640 dollars! At least until tomorrow!

  60. ABC says

    The RP Buffalo counter indicates that it has now sold 26,905 units. This is about 2,000 more than yesterday’s reading.

  61. VARich says

    Joe/Bos – thanks for the insight, good to know!

    Great one Steve!

    2022 more sold from yesterday – 26,905

  62. high low silver says

    My GF now wants some more sandals !!!!! What’s the matter with you people ?! Lol

  63. hawkster says

    high low silver,

    What do you want her to do? Don’t make her walk barefooted on those beaches while accompanying you in your search for shells.

    By the way, a sand dollar is a sand dollar.

  64. Danno says

    I have run into a lot of ATB quarters but only because I have vigorously hunted them down. I must have gotten over 80 by now but I have ever only gotten three through receiving direct change. I have gotten a lot of duplicates but have gotten most of my collection. I collect two of each mint and currently have 53 of 72. That includes 33 of 36 of P and 20 of 36 of D. The only P I don’t have are one Chaco Culture and both Hawaii Volcanoes. I have at least one D of 13 of the 18 and have finished Grand Canyon, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Chickasaw, and Denali.

    The rest come from two sources. I get a lot from people who look out for them: my parents, relatives, a family at church that collects them and goes on a lot of vacations, and my relatives in Philadelphia. The others come from vending machines. I stick quarters in and run them through by hitting the coin return button. I’d highly recommend both these methods to get them.

    The other helpful avenue is that I’m starting college in northeast Pennsylvania on Friday which means I’ll be that much closer to the Philly mint. I guess it won’t mean much for the previous quarters since I only need three more but it will help the next four years for the others. Fort McHenry actually comes out the day I start classes.

    Like I said, you need to vigorously hunt them down. If you wait for them to come to you, you’ll be lucky to get a few. Ask for others to help you find them, play with vending machines, and have quarters on hand so you’re always ready to trade. I actually look into cash registers where I go so I can trade if I see any.

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