A Complete Collection of 2010 U.S. Coins

Posted on January 20, 2011 by

In 2010 the Mint struck over 100 different coins with legal tender status. And, today it would cost a minimum of $18,000 to buy an example of every single coin that the U.S. Mint issued in 2010. 

1c US Mint image

Take a look at all the different coins a collector will have to acquire to have a complete collection of 2010 coins.

Different U.S. Coins Produced in 2010

1c Mint State P and D mint mark, Proof and Satin Finish P and D mint mark (5)

5c Mint State P and D mint mark, Proof and Satin Finish P and D mint mark (5)

10 Mint State P and D mint mark, Proof, Proof Silver and Satin Finish P and D mint mark (6)

25c Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Mount Hood Mint State P and D mint mark, Proof, Proof Silver and SF P and D mint mark (30)

50c Mint State P and D mint mark), Proof, Proof Silver and Satin Finish P and D mint mark (6)

$1 Fillmore, Pierce, Buchanan and Lincoln Mint State P and D mint mark not including Position A and Position B , Proof and SF P and D mint mark (17)

$1 Native American Dollars P and D mint mark not including Position A and Position B, Proof and Satin Finish P and D mint mark (5)

$1 Silver Eagle MS and Proof (2)

$5 Gold Eagle MS and Proof (2)

$10 Gold Eagle MS and Proof (2)

$25 Gold Eagle MS and Proof (2)

$50 Gold Eagle MS and Proof (2)

$50 Gold Buffalo MS and Proof (2)

$10 Gold Spouse Coins Fillmore, Pierce, Buchanan and Lincoln MS and Proof (8)

$100 Platinum Proof (1)

25c National Park 5 oz Quarters Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Mount Hood Mint State and Satin Finish (10)

$1 Disabled veterans Commem. MS and Proof (2)

$1 Boy Scouts Comemm. MS and Proof (2)

 (Total Coins 109)

2010 is not the only year that the Mint produced this many coins. In 2007, 2008 and 2009 it also produced about the same amount of coins. The Mint has definitely kept modern coin collectors on their toes for the past few years. And it looks like 2011 will not be any different. Whoever said numismatics wasn’t fun!

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Comments (4)

 

  1. Ray says:

    “…And, today it would cost a minimum of $18,000 to buy every single coin that the Mint issued in 2010.”

    Shouldn’t that read “an example” of every single coin…?

  2. CODonnell says:

    Although the many diferent types of strikes has produced a few lower mintages, the sheer amount of coins has also detered many new collectors from entering the hobby.Coin collecting ,”the hobby for Kings”, should not be only for the rich!

  3. Hi Ray,

    After reading it, I see your point. I revised it so it indicates an example of every 2010 coin.

    Thanks, Jaime

  4. Hi CODonell.

    Yes, there are many coins to collect now compared to previous years and it can get expensive. The good news is that many of the coins can actually still be pulled from circulation, and several others can also be purchased inexpensively in the Mint and Proof Sets.

    Thanks, jaime

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