2010 US Coins

2010 will see fewer new strikes from the United States Mint, but
nonetheless you will find some very exciting offers in the line-up.

Notable among these are the 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin released in April. Also of interest are the debut strikes of the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program and perhaps even more popular are the associated America the Beautiful Silver Uncirculated Coins. However, the collector grade silver strikes will not actually be released by the US Mint until early 2011 despite having been struck in 2010.

Information on newer releases from the US Mint may be found on the 2011 US Coins page.

2010 Commemorative Silver Dollars

2010 America the Beautiful Silver Uncirculated Coins

2010 Presidential $1 Coins*

2010 First Spouse Coins

2010 Abigail Fillmore First Spouse Gold Coin
2010 Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Design
Buchanan Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin
2010 Mary Todd Lincoln First Spouse Gold Design

2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

2010 Circulation Strikes

2010 Native American $1 Coin
2010 Kennedy Half Dollar
2010 Lincoln Cent

2010 Gold, Platinum and Silver Coins*

About the United States Mint

The United States Mint was created on April 2, 1792 as part of the Department of State. In 1799, it was made an in dependant agency. Then, under the Coinage Act of 1873, it became part of the Treasury Department. Finally, in 1981, the Secretary of the Treasury was given control over the Mint.

The US Mint has experienced drastic changes over the last 200 years which can be seen in this historic timeline.

As the sole producer of the circulating coinage of the United States of America, it is no surprise that the Mint brings in more than $1 billion of revenue annually and employs well over 2,000 people. It has the distinction of being the largest producer of coins, medals and other numismatic products in the world.

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