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Foreign coins minted by the US Mint?

 

I just noticed that there were some coins from Peru minted, and I'm sure a host of other countries. It would be cool to see someone's collection or reference

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Cool, you wouldn't remember the title would you?

 

never mind, I think I found it

 

Coins minted by mint

 

There's actually a bunch of interesting stuff out there published by the mint

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Coins designated as silver (Ag) are .720 fine or finer.

Abbreviations: Ae, bronze; Ag, silver; Al, aluminum; Au, gold; CN, copper-nickel; Cu, copper; Ni, pure nickel; Zn, zinc.

1927

Nicaragua centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10 centavos (Ag)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN)

1928

Costa Rica 2 colones (Au)

Ecuador centavo (Ae); 2½, 5, 10 centavos (Ni); 50 centavos, sucre, 2 sucres (Ag)

El Salvador centavo (CN)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10, 25 centavos (Ag)

1929

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (Ae)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 25, 50 centavos (Ag)

Panama 2½, 5 centesimos (CN)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter bolivar, half bolivar, bolivar, 2, 5 bolivares (Ag)

1930

Ecuador 50 centavos, sucre, 2 sucres (Ag)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10, 25 centavos (Ag)

Venezuela 2 bolivares (Ag) 10 bolivares (Au)

1931

Honduras 5 centavos (CN); 20, 50 centavos, lempira (Ag)

Panama tenth balboa, quarter balboa, balboa (Ag)

1932

Cuba 20 centavos, peso (Ag)

Honduras 5, 10 centavos (CN); 20, 50 centavos, lempira (Ag)

Panama 5 centesimos (CN); tenth balboa, quarter balboa, balboa (Ag)

1933

Colombia centavo, 2, 5 centavos (CN)

Cuba peso (Ag)

Honduras lempira (Ag)

Panama tenth balboa, quarter balboa, half balboa (Ag)

1934

Colombia 50 centavos (Ag)

Cuba peso (Ag)

Ecuador sucre (Ag)

Honduras lempira (Ag)

Nicaragua half centavo, centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

Panama tenth balboa, quarter balboa, half balboa, balboa (Ag)

1935

Colombia centavo, 2, 5 centavos (CN)

Costa Rica 25, 50 centimos (CN)

Cuba peso (Ag)

Honduras centavo (Ae); lempira (Ag)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae)

Panama centesimo (Ae)

Venezuela quarter bolivar, half bolivar, bolivar, 2, 5 bolivares (Ag)

1936

Costa Rica colon CN

Cuba peso (Ag)

El Salvador centavo (CN)

Ethiopia (Ethiopian Era date, equivalent of A.D. 1944; coins with this date were struck at various times from the 1940s to the 1970s) cent, 5, 10, 25 cents (Ae); 50 cents (Ag)

Nicaragua half centavo, centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10, 25 centavos (Ag)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter bolivar, half bolivar, bolivar, 2 bolivares (Ag)

1937

Cuba peso (Ag)

Honduras 50 centavos, lempira Ag

Nicaragua half centavo, centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

1938

Colombia centavo, 2, 5 centavos (CN)

Cuba centavo (CN), peso (Ag)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae), 5 centavos (CN)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN)

1939

Cuba peso (Ag)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10, 25 centavos, peso (Ag)

Honduras centavo, 2 centavos (Ae)

1940

El Salvador centavo, 5, 10 centavos (CN)

French Indo-China 10 centimes (Ni)

Nicaragua centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

Panama 1.5 centesimos (Ae); 2½ centesimos (CN)

1941

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae)

French Indo-China 10, 20 centimes (CN)

Liberia half cent, cent, 2 cents (CN)

Netherlands colonies (Curacao, Surinam, Netherlands East Indies) 10, 25 cents (.640 Ag; carry name of Netherlands homeland; Mint mark P or S followed by palm tree to distinguish use for these colonies)

1942

Australia threepence, sixpence, shilling, florin (Ag)

Bolivia 10 centavos (Zn)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 10, 25 centavos (Ag)

Ecuador 5, 10, 20 centavos (brass)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 25 centavos (Ag)

Fiji halfpenny, penny (brass); sixpence, shilling, florin (Ag)

Netherlands colonies (Mint mark as in 1941) cent (Ae); 10, 25 cents (Ag)

Peru 5, 10, 20 centavos, half sol (brass)

1943

Australia threepence, sixpence, shilling, florin (Ag)

Belgian Congo 2 francs (brass)

Bolivia 10, 20 centavos (Zn); 50 centavos (Ae)

Cuba centavo, 5 centavos (brass)

El Salvador centavo (Ae), 25 centavos (Ag)

Fiji halfpenny, penny (brass); sixpence, shilling, florin (Ag)

Guatemala centavo, 2 centavos (brass); 5, 10, 25 centavos (Ag)

Netherlands colonies (Mint mark as in 1941, except no Mint mark on 5-cent coin) cent (brass); 5 cents (CN); 10, 25 cents (Ag)

Peru 5, 10, 20 centavos, half sol (brass)

1944

Australia threepence, sixpence, shilling, florin (Ag)

Belgium 2 francs (zinc-coated steel)

Cuba centavo, 5 centavos (brass)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (.350 Ag, .560 Cu, .09 manganese)

Ecuador 5, 20 centavos (brass)

El Salvador 5 centavos (.180 Ag, .120 Ni, .700 Cu); 25 centavos (Ag)

France 2 francs (brass)

Greenland 5 kroner (brass)

Guatemala centavo, 2 centavos (brass); 25 centavos (Ag)

Netherlands (Mint mark P, D or S followed by acorn) 10, 25 cents (.640 Ag); gulden (Ag)

Netherlands colonies (Curacao and Surinam; Mint mark P or D followed by palm tree) cent (Ae); 5 cents (nickel-brass); 10, 25 cents (.640 Ag); gulden, 2½ guilder (Ag)

Nicaragua centavo, 5, 10, 25 centavos (brass)

Peru 5, 10, 20 centavos, half sol, sol (brass)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (.650 Cu, .230 Zn, .120 Ni); 10, 20, 50 centavos (Ag)

Saudi Arabia riyal (dated 1354; Ag)

1945

El Salvador centavo (Ae)

Netherlands (Mint mark P or D followed by acorn) 10, 25 cents (.640 Ag); gulden (Ag)

Netherlands East Indies (Mint mark P, D or S followed by palm tree) half cent, cent, 2½ cents (Ae); 10, 25 cents (Ag)

Peru half sol (brass)

Philippines 5 centavos (.650 Cu, .230 Zn, .120 Ni); 10, 20, 50 centavos (Ag)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (brass); quarter bolivar, half bolivar (Ag)

1946

Colombia 5 centavos (CN)

Cuba centavo, 5 centavos (CN)

Ecuador 5, 10, 20 centavos (CN); sucre (Ni)

Philippines 5 centavos (Cu-Zn-Ni); 10, 20, 50 centavos (Ag)

Saudi Arabia (dated 1354) quarter riyal, half riyal (Ag)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter bolivar, half bolivar (Ag)

1947

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 25 centavos, half peso (Ag)

El Salvador centavo (Ae)

Panama tenth, quarter, half balboa, balboa (Ag)

Philippines 50 centavos, peso (Ag)

Saudi Arabia quarter girsh, half girsh, girsh (CN); quarter riyal, half riyal, riyal (Au)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter bolivar, half bolivar, bolivar, 2 bolivares (Ag)

1948

Cuba 10, 20 centavos (Ag)

El Salvador 5 centavos (Cu-Zn-Ni)

Syria 25, 50 piastres (Ag)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter bolivar (Ag)

1949

China dollar (Ag)

Cuba 10, 20 centavos (Ag)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae)

Haiti 5, 10 centimes (CN)

Honduras centavo, 2 centavos (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

Saudi Arabia 1 riyal (Ag; dated 1354)

Venezuela 5 centimos, 12½ centimos (CN); quarter Bolivar (Ag)

1950

El Salvador 5 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1951

Costa Rica 5 centimos (CN

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN); 10, 25 centavos, half peso (Ag)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 5, 10 centavos (CN)

Honduras 10 centavos (CN); 20, 50 centavos (Ag)

Syria half pound, pound (Au)

1952

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (CN)

Cuba centavo (brass); 10, 20, 40 centavos (Ag)

El Salvador 5, 10 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

Honduras 20 centavos (Ag)

1953

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (stainless steel)

Cuba centavo (brass); 20, 25, 50 centavos, peso (Ag)

Dominican Republic 10 centavos (Ag)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 5, 10 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn); 25, 50 centavos (Ag)

Haiti 5, 10 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1954

Costa Rica 1, 2 colones (stainless steel)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); peso (Ag)

1955

Venezuela 25 centimos, half bolivar, bolivar (Ag)

1956

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae)

El Salvador 5 centavos (CN)

Haiti 20 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn)

Honduras centavo, 2 centavos (Ae); 5, 10 centavos (CN)

1957

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

Honduras centavo, 2 centavos (Ae)

1958

Cuba centavo (CN)

Haiti 5, 10 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn)

Honduras 20 centavos (Ag)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (brass); 10, 25, 50 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1959

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (stainless steel)

Dominican Republic 10 centavos, half peso (Ag)

El Salvador 5 centavos (CN; minted in 1961)

Korea (South) 10 hwan (Ae); 50 hwan (Cu-Ni-Zn); 100 hwan (CN)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5 cents (CN); 10, 25, 50 cents (Ag)

Philippines 5 centavos (brass)

Venezuela 5, 12½ centimos (CN)

1960

Cuba 5 centavos (CN)

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (CN)

Korea (South) 50 hwan (Cu-Ni-Zn); 100 hwan (CN)

Liberia 25, 50 cents (Ag)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 10, 25 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1961

Costa Rica colon, 2 colones (CN)

Dominican Republic 25 centavos, half peso (Ag)

Korea (South) 10 hwan (Ae)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5 cents (CN); 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (Ag)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (brass); 10 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn); half peso, peso (Ag)

1962

Korea (South) 50 hwan (Cu-Ni-Zn)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (brass); 10, 25 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1963

El Salvador 5 centavos (CN)

Philippines centavo (Ae); 5 centavos (brass); 10 centavos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1966

Panama quarter balboa (CN/copper clad)

1967

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (stainless steel)

El Salvador 5, 10 centavos (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter balboa (CN/Cu clad); half balboa (Ag); 1 balboa (Ag)

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); peso (Ag)

1968

Canada 10 cents (Philadelphia Mint strikes have flat bottoms to reeding vs. V-notched on Royal Canadian Mint strikes)

Costa Rica 50 centimos, colon (CN)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 10 centavos (CN)

Liberia cent (Ae); 25 cents (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter balboa (CN/Cu clad); half balboa (.400 Ag); balboa (Ag)

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25, 50 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1969

Costa Rica 5, 10 centimos (CN)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 10 centavos (CN)

Israel 10 lirot (Ag; Independence commemorative [lettered edge] and Pidyon HaBen commemorative [reeded edge vs. plain])

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter balboa (CN/Cu clad); half balboa (.Ag); balboa (Ag)

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); piso (Ag)

1970

Bahamas cent (Ae); 10, 15, cents (CN); 25 cents (Ni); 50 cents, dollar, $2, $5 (Ag)

Costa Rica 5, 25, 50 centimos, colon, 2 colones (CN)

Haiti 5, 10, 20 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn)

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 10 centavos (CN)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN)

Mexico 50 centavos, peso (CN)

Nepal paisa (Al; Proof); 2, 5 paisa (Al); 10 paisa (brass); 25, 50 paisa, rupee (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter balboa (CN/Cu clad); half balboa (.400 Ag); balboa, 5 balboas (Ag)

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); piso (Ag)

1971

Israel 10 lirot (Ag; Proof only)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN)

Panama 5 centesimos (brass); tenth, quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad)

Philippines 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25, 50 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1972

Honduras 5 centavos (CN)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN)

Nepal paisa (Al; Proof); 2, 5 paisa (Al); 10 paisa (brass); 25, 50 paisa, rupee (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad); balboa, 5 balboas (Ag)

Philippines 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); piso (Ag)

1973

El Salvador centavo (Ae); 5, 10 centavos (CN)

Haiti 20 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn); 50 centimes (CN)

Honduras 5 centavos (CN)

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN)

Nepal paisa 1, 2, 5 paisa (Al); 10 paisa (brass); 25, 50 paisa, rupee (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad); balboa, 5 balboas (Ag)

Philippines 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25, 50 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); piso (Ag)

1974

China (Taiwan) dollar (Cu-Ni-Zn); $5 (CN)

Honduras 50 centavos CN

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN); $5 (Ag)

Nepal paisa 1, 2, 5 paisa (Al); 10 paisa (brass); 25, 50 paisa, rupee (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter, half balboa, balboa (CN/Cu clad)

Philippines 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25, 50 sentimos (Cu-Ni-Zn); piso (Ag)

1975

Liberia cent (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 cents, dollar (CN); $5 (Ag)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); 2½ centesimos, tenth, quarter, half balboa, balboa (CN/Cu clad)

Peru sol brass

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10, 25, 50 sentimos, piso (Cu-Ni-Zn)

1976

Haiti 25, 50 gourdes (Ag)

Panama centesimo (Ae)

Peru half sol, sol (brass)

Philippines sentimo (Al); 5 sentimos (brass); 10 sentimos, piso (CN)

1977

Panama centesimo (Ae)

Philippines 5 sentimos (brass)

1978

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos, peso (CN)

1979

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos, peso (CN)

Haiti 50 centimes (Cu-Ni-Zn)

Panama centesimo (Ae); quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad)

1980

Dominican Republic 10, 25, 50 centavos (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad); 10 balboas (.500 Ag)

1981

Dominican Republic centavo (Ae); 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae)

1982

Dominican Republic 5, 25, 50 centavos (CN)

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); tenth, quarter, half balboa (CN/Cu clad)

1983

Panama centesimo (Cu/Zn); 5 centesimos (CN)

1984

Panama centesimo (Ae); 5 centesimos (CN); 10 centesimos, quarter balboa, half balboa (CN/Cu clad)

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Very nice chart, but not entirely accurate on the coins that were struck for The Netherlands during WW2.

 

I'll make a more correct addition for that part later today, haven't got the time for it right now.

 

 

Cool. I will update the chart with your corrections.

 

I found this chart on the 'net somewhere, last year, I think. I have a habit of just "cut&paste" stuff that I find interesting into .txt documents, and save them all. A lot of them I have forgotten who/where/when I got the info from, but have been making an effort to add that when I save new information. Best as I recall, the chart was a re-print from a CoinWorld article, but don't quote me on that.

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ok, here we go:

 

 

 

1 cent bronze

minted in Philadelphia, for Suriname, Curacao and Neth. Indies

 

1942 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 2,500,000

1943 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 4,000,000

 

5 cent copper-nickel

minted in the USA, for Suriname and Curacao

 

1943 no mint marks or mint master mark, mintage 8,595,000

 

10 cent 0.640 silver

minted in the USA for the Netherlands (acorn), Neth. Indies, Suriname and Curacao (palm tree)

 

1943 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage ?

1944 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 120,000,000

1944 mint mark "S", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 64,040,000

1944 mint mark "D", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 25,400,000

1945 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 90,560,000

 

1941 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 800,000

1942 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 1,500,000

1943 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 4,500,000

 

25 cents 0.640 silver

minted in the USA for the Netherlands (acorn), Neth. Indies, Suriname and Curacao (palm tree)

 

1943 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage ?

1944 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 40,000,000

1945 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 92,000,000

 

1941 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 1,100,000

1943 mint mark "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 2,500,000

1943 mint mark "P", over 1941 "P", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage ?

 

1 gulden 0.720 silver

minted in the USA for the Netherlands (acorn), Neth. Indies, Suriname and Curacao (palm tree)

 

1943 mint mark "D", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 20,000,000

 

1944 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 105,125,000

1945 mint mark "P", mint master mark "acorn", mintage 25,375,000

 

2½ gulden 0.720 silver

minted in the USA for the Netherlands Indies (palm tree)

 

1943 mint mark "D", mint master mark "palm tree", mintage 2,000,000

 

 

 

 

OK, that's it.

 

The major difference lies in the fact that the US mints made coins for use in the Dutch colonies, marked by a palm tree mint master mark and for use in the homeland, marked my an acorn mint master mark.

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