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Date   Mint  Mintage   
1909   P          72,702,618 For Sale
1909   VDB          27,995,000 For Sale
1909   S            1,825,000 For Sale
1909   SVDB               484,000 For Sale
1910   P         146,801,218 For Sale
1910   S            6,045,000 For Sale
1911   P         101,177,787 For Sale
1911   D          12,672,000 For Sale
1911   S            4,026,000 For Sale
1912   P          68,153,060 For Sale
1912   D          10,411,000 For Sale
1912   S            4,431,000 For Sale
1913   P          76,532,352 For Sale
1913   D          15,804,000 For Sale
1913   S            6,101,000 For Sale
1914   P          75,238,432 For Sale
1914   D            1,193,000 For Sale
1914   S            4,137,000 For Sale
1915   P          29,092,120 For Sale
1915   D          22,050,000 For Sale
1915   S            4,833,000 For Sale
1916   P         131,833,677 For Sale
1916   D          35,956,000 For Sale
1916   S          22,510,000 For Sale
1917   P         196,429,785 For Sale
1917   D          55,120,000 For Sale
1917   S          33,620,000 For Sale
1918   P         288,104,634 For Sale
1918   D          47,830,000 For Sale
1918   S          34,680,000 For Sale
1919   P         392,021,000 For Sale
1919   D          57,154,000 For Sale
1919   S         139,760,000 For Sale
1920   P         310,165,000 For Sale
1920   D          49,280,000 For Sale
1920   S          46,220,000 For Sale
1921   P          39,157,000 For Sale
1921   S          15,274,000 For Sale
1922 NO D  Unknown  For Sale
1922   D            7,160,000 For Sale
1923   P          74,723,000 For Sale
1923   S            8,700,000 For Sale
1924   P          75,178,000 For Sale
1924   D            2,520,000 For Sale
1924   S          11,696,000 For Sale
1925   P         139,949,000 For Sale
1925   D          22,580,000 For Sale
1925   S          26,380,000 For Sale
1926   P         157,088,000 For Sale
1926   D          28,020,000 For Sale
1926   S            4,550,000 For Sale
1927   P         144,440,000 For Sale
1927   D          27,170,000 For Sale
1927   S          14,276,000 For Sale
1928   P         134,116,000 For Sale
1928   D          31,170,000 For Sale
1928   S          17,266,000 For Sale
1929   P         185,262,000 For Sale
1929   D          41,730,000 For Sale
1929   S          50,148,000 For Sale
1930   P         157,415,000 For Sale
1930   D          40,100,000 For Sale
1930   S          24,286,000 For Sale
1931   P          19,396,000 For Sale
1931   D            4,480,000 For Sale
1931   S               866,000 For Sale
1932   P            9,062,000 For Sale
1932   D          10,500,000 For Sale
1933   P          14,360,000 For Sale
1933   D            6,200,000 For Sale
1934   P         219,080,000 For Sale
1934   D          24,446,000 For Sale
1935   P         245,338,000 For Sale
1935   D          47,000,000 For Sale
1935   S          38,702,000 For Sale
1936   P         309,637,569 For Sale
1936   D          40,620,000 For Sale
1936   S          29,130,000 For Sale
1937   P         309,179,320 For Sale
1937   D          50,430,000 For Sale
1937   S          34,500,000 For Sale
1938   P         156,696,734 For Sale
1938   D          20,010,000 For Sale
1938   S          15,180,000 For Sale
1939   P         316,479,520 For Sale
1939   D          15,160,000 For Sale
1939   S          52,070,000 For Sale
1940   P         586,825,872 For Sale
1940   D          81,390,000 For Sale
1940   S         112,940,000 For Sale
1941   P         887,039,100 For Sale
1941   D         128,700,000 For Sale
1941   S          92,360,000 For Sale
1942   P         657,828,600 For Sale
1942   D         206,698,000 For Sale
1942   S          85,590,000 For Sale
1943   P         684,628,670 For Sale
1943   D         217,660,000 For Sale
1943   S         191,550,000 For Sale
1944   P      1,435,400,000 For Sale
1944   D         430,578,000 For Sale
1944   S         282,760,000 For Sale
1945   P      1,040,515,000 For Sale
1945   D         226,268,000 For Sale
1945   S         181,770,000 For Sale
1946   P         991,665,000 For Sale
1946   D         315,690,000 For Sale
1946   S         198,100,000 For Sale
1947   P         190,555,000 For Sale
1947   D         194,750,000 For Sale
1947   S          99,000,000 For Sale
1948   P         317,570,000 For Sale
1948   D         172,637,000 For Sale
1948   S          81,735,000 For Sale
1949   P         217,775,000 For Sale
1949   D         153,132,000 For Sale
1949   S          64,290,000 For Sale
1950   P         272,686,386 For Sale
1950   D         334,950,000 For Sale
1950   S         118,505,000 For Sale
1951   P         295,633,500 For Sale
1951   D         625,355,000 For Sale
1951   S         136,010,000 For Sale
1952   P         186,856,980 For Sale
1952   D         746,130,000 For Sale
1952   S         137,800,004 For Sale
1953   P         256,883,800 For Sale
1953   D         700,515,000 For Sale
1953   S         181,835,000 For Sale
1954   P          71,873,350 For Sale
1954   D         251,552,500 For Sale
1954   S          96,190,000 For Sale
1955   P         330,958,000 For Sale
1955   P Double Die   For Sale
1955   D         563,257,200 For Sale
1955   S          44,610,000 For Sale
1956   P         421,414,384 For Sale
1956   D      1,098,201,100 For Sale
1957   P         283,787,652 For Sale
1957   D      1,051,342,000 For Sale
1958   P         253,400,652 For Sale
1958   D         800,953,300 For Sale
1959   P         610,864,291  
1959   D      1,279,760,000  
1960   P         588,096,602  
1960   D      1,580,884,000  
1961   P         756,373,244  
1961   D      1,753,266,700  
1962   P         609,263,019  
1962   D      1,793,148,400  
1963   P         757,185,645  
1963   D      1,774,020,400  
1964   P      2,652,525,762  
1964   D      3,799,071,500  
1965          1,497,224,900  
1966          2,188,147,783  
1967          3,048,667,100  
1968   P      1,707,880,970  
1968   D      2,886,269,600  
1968   S         261,311,510  
1969   P      1,136,910,000  
1969   D      4,002,832,200  
1969   S         547,309,631  
1970   P      1,898,315,000  
1970   D      2,891,438,900  
1970   S         693,192,814  
1971   P      1,919,490,000  
1971   D      2,911,045,600  
1971   S         528,354,192  
1972   P      2,933,255,000  
1972   D      2,665,071,400  
1972   S         380,200,104  
1973   P      3,728,245,000  
1973   D      3,549,576,588  
1973   S         319,937,634  
1974   P      4,232,140,523  
1974   D      4,235,098,000  
1974   S         412,039,228  
1975   P      5,451,476,142  
1975   D      4,505,245,300  
1976   P      4,674,292,426  
1976   D      4,221,592,455  
1977   P      4,469,930,000  
1977   D      4,149,062,300  
1978   P      5,558,605,000  
1978   D      4,280,233,400  
1979   P      6,018,515,000  
1979   D      4,139,357,254  
1980   P      7,414,705,000  
1980   D      5,140,098,660  
1981   P      7,491,750,000  
1981   D      5,373,235,677  
1982   P    10,712,525,000  
1982   D      6,012,979,368  
1983   P      7,752,355,000  
1983   D      6,467,199,428  
1984   P      8,151,079,000  
1984   D      5,569,238,906  
1985   P      5,648,489,887  
1985   D      5,287,399,926  
1986   P      4,491,395,493  
1986   D      4,442,866,698  
1987   P      4,682,466,931  
1987   D      4,879,389,514  
1988   P      6,092,810,000  
1988   D      5,253,740,443  
1989   P      7,261,535,000  
1989   D      5,345,497,111  
1990   P      6,851,765,000  
1990   D      4,922,894,533  
1991   P      5,165,940,000  
1991   D      4,158,442,079  
1992   P      4,648,905,000  
1992   D      4,448,673,300  
1993   P      5,684,705,000  
1993   D      6,426,650,571  
1994   P      6,500,850,000  
1994   D      7,131,765,000  
1995   P      6,411,440,000  
1995   D      7,128,560,000  
1996   P      6,612,465,000  
1996   D      6,510,795,000  
1997   P      4,622,800,000  
1997   D      4,576,555,000  
1998   P      5,032,155,000  
1998   D      5,255,353,500  
1999   P      5,237,600,000  
1999   D      6,360,065,000  
2000   P      5,503,200,000  
2000   D      8,774,220,000  
2001   P      4,959,600,000  
2001   D      5,374,990,000  
2002   P      3,260,800,000  
2002   D      4,028,055,000  
2003   P      3,300,000,000  
2003   D      3,548,000,000  
2004   P      3,379,600,000  
2004   D      3,456,400,000  
2005   P      3,935,600,000  
2005   D      3,764,450,500  
2006   P      4,290,000,000  
2006   D      3,944,000,000  
2007   P      3,762,400,000  
2007   D      3,638,800,000  
2008   P      2,558,800,000  
2008   D      2,849,600,000  
2009   P Birthplace         284,400,000  
2009   D Birthplace         350,400,000  
2009   P Formative         376,000,000  
2009   D Formative         363,600,000  
2009   P Professional Life         316,000,000  
2009   D Professional Life         336,000,000  
2009   P Presidency          129,600,000  
2009   D Presidency          198,000,000  

2010

  P      1,963,630,000  
2010   D      2,407,200,000  
2011   P      2,402,400,000  
2011   D      2,536,140,000  

2012

  P      3,132,000,000  
2012   D      2,883,200,000  
2013   P      3,750,400,000  
2013   D      3,319,600,000  
         
         
  Total  478,022,310,918  

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