Updated figures are now available for the United States Mint’s circulating coin production through the month of November 2014. The production totals for the Everglades National Park Quarter have also been provided.
During November, the US Mint produced 958.78 million circulating quality coins at the Philadelphia and Denver Mint facilities. This represented a decline from both the prior month and the year ago period. During October 2014, production had reached 1.17 billion. In November 2013, production was 991.14 million.
For the current year to date, production has now reached 12.40 billion pieces. Significantly, this is now ahead of the full year annual production from the prior year which had reached 11.91 billion pieces.
The table below includes the latest production figures broken down by denomination and mint facility. The first number column includes the production for November 2014, while the second column includes production for the year to date.
|2014 US Mint Coin Production Figures|
|Nov 2014||YTD 2014|
|Lincoln Cent – Denver||333.60 M||3,832.40 M|
|Lincoln Cent – Phil.||328.00 M||3,677.60 M|
|Jefferson Nickel – Denver||46.32 M||570.72 M|
|Jefferson Nickel – Phil.||56.16 M||592.16 M|
|Roosevelt Dime – Denver||100.00 M||1,080.50 M|
|Roosevelt Dime – Phil.||97.50 M||1,023.00 M|
|Quarters – Denver||0||862.80 M|
|Quarters – Phil.||-2.80 M||717.40 M|
|Kennedy Half – Denver||0||2.10 M|
|Kennedy Half – Phil.||0||2.50 M|
|Native Am Dollar – Denver||0||5.60 M|
|Native Am Dollar – Phil.||0||3.08 M|
|Pres Dollar – Denver||0||15.26 M|
|Pres Dollar – Phil.||0||19.88 M|
|Total||958.78 M||12,404.92 M|
As typical, the cent accounted for the majority of overall production. There were 661.6 million pieces struck during the month, representing 69.00% of total production. Nickels and dimes held at a relatively even keel with previous monthly levels. Notable for this month, there were no quarters produced and a small negative adjustment was also made. No half dollars or $1 coins were produced during the month.
|2014 US Mint Coin Production by Design|
|Great Smoky Mountains||99.40 M||73.20 M||172.60 M|
|Shenandoah||197.80 M||112.80 M||310.60 M|
|Arches||251.40 M||214.20 M||465.60 M|
|Great Sand Dunes||171.80 M||159.60 M||331.40 M|
|Everglades||142.40 M||157.60 M||300.00 M|
|Warren G. Harding||3.78 M||6.16 M||9.94 M|
|Calvin Coolidge||3.78 M||4.48 M||8.26 M|
|Herbert Hoover||3.78 M||4.48 M||8.26 M|
|Franklin D. Roosevelt||3.92 M||4.76 M||8.68 M|
The production totals by design have now been updated with the figures for the 2014 Everglades National Park Quarter. Overall production came in at 300.00 million pieces, representing the second lowest figure for this year after the Great Smoky Mountains design.
With the latest update, the US Mint has now provided production figures for each of the designs issued this year for the America the Beautiful Quarters Program and the Presidential Dollars Program.
New Sales Report Posted
The new weekly sales report has now been posted on Coin Update. The closely watched 2014 American $1 Coin and Currency Set saw sales increase by 24,226 from the prior week. The cumulative sales total through the reporting date of December 7, 2014 has now reached 38,299. This accounts for 76.60% of the product limit of 50,000 units.