Millard Fillmore Presidential Dollar Mintage

The United States Mint has just posted the final production figures for the Millard Fillmore Presidential Dollar. This is the first Presidential Dollar coin to be released for the year 2010 and the thirteenth release of the series overall.

The Philadelphia Mint produced 37,520,000 coins and the Denver Mint produced 36,960,000. This makes a total mintage of 74,480,000 across both facilities.

Comparing these figures to prior Presidential Dollar mintages shows that Millard Fillmore has the lowest overall mintage, coming in below the 78,260,000 mintage for the Zachary Taylor Dollar. The lowest mintage for an individual circulation strike issue still rests with the 2009-D Zachary Taylor Dollar at 36,680,000.

It seems likely that the trend for lower Presidential Dollar mintages will continue this year… at least until the release of the Abraham Lincoln Dollar in December.


There are no comments yet...Kick things off by filling out the form below.

Leave a Comment