Indian Princess Gold Dollar Mintages

mintage

Mintage levels for the Indian Princess Gold Dollar were significant for the first few years of production at the Philadelphia Mint. The branch mints kept production low, resulting in numerous scarce issues. Following the start of the Civil War, production would take place exclusively at the Philadelphia Mint with the exception of a single issue struck in San Francisco. Although mintages would remain low for the duration of the series, these issues generally have higher survival rates resulting in continued availability for collectors.

The highest mintage for the series occurred in 1856 at the Philadelphia Mint when 1,762,936 pieces were struck. The absolute mintage low occurred in 1875 when merely 400 pieces were struck for circulation. The final coins for both the series and denomination would be struck in 1889.

The mintage levels for circulation strike issues of the series can be found below.

IssueMintage
1854783,943
1855758,269
1855-C9,803
1855-D1,811
1855-O55,000
1856-S24,600
18561,762,936
1856-D1,460
1857774,789
1857-C13,280
1857-D3,533
1857-S10,000
1858117,995
1858-D3,477
1858-S10,000
1859168,244
1859-C5,235
1859-D4,952
1859-S15,000
186036,514
1860-D1,566
1860-S13,000
1861527,150
1861-DEstimated 1,250
18621,361,355
18636,200
18645,900
18653,700
18667,100
18675,200
186810,500
18695,900
18706,300
1870-S3,000
18713,900
18723,500
1873125,100
1874198,800
1875400
18763,200
18773,900
18783,000
18793,000
18801,600
18817,620
18825,000
188310,800
18845,230
188511,156
18865,000
18877,500
188815,501
188928,950

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