2020 coin mintage numbers?

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Peter M Black, Feb 26, 2021.

  1. Peter M Black

    Peter M Black Member

    Have Philadelphia & Denver published production numbers for coins minted in 2020?
     
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  5. Peter M Black

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    Thanks, "furryfrog02" - bigger numbers than I was expecting. I thought Covid19 would have slowed them up more, and that 2020's might be more premium. I guess I'll turn in my boxes. :)
     
  6. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    I can't even tell you how many 2020P Cents I've had. In fact, I have 2 boxes that I picked up today.
     
  7. Peter M Black

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    I've got 3 P's and 2 D's. I got the P's at mybank for dace, but pain 2x for the D's because i'm in Pennsylvania. I'll probably just tuck them away for my grandkids to find.
     
  8. furryfrog02

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    I'm down in MD and have seen probably 20 boxes of solid 2020P cents in the last year.
     
  9. Kurisu

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    I have dozens of rolls of D's still to go through, they are still very easy for me to get at my large Chase branches. I probably have about 10 rolls now of sorted very high-end MS D's...And about 15 individual ones flipped and ready to go for grading. I actually live about 6 miles from the Denver mint.

    Are you trying to get more D rolls?
     
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  11. Wizank

    Wizank Well-Known Member

    ...and I'm pretty sure I get all of FurryFrog's searched rolls where I live.
     
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  12. Peter M Black

    Peter M Black Member

    I'm not looking for any more D's, but thanks afor asking. I think I'm best set with some boxes of 2009's both P's & D's, especially the P Presidency ones! My wife tells me if I get any more, we'll have to reinforce the end of our house where I have them!
     
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  13. Mr.Q

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    Here in the Northwest all I see is 2020 D's. The coin you are showing is a beaut. Seal it before the zinc makes it's move.
     
  14. Mac McDonald

    Mac McDonald Well-Known Member

    Sort of on the subject of the Lincoln cent and production...does anyone know the story/reason for going (permanently?) with the "nut" reverse (yes, it's supposed to be a shield, but looks too much like a nut/chestnut to me)...and if there are any plans to return the Memorial reverse...? Thanks for any input.
     
  15. Wintry Mix

    Wintry Mix Member

    Based on those mintage figures and a cost of 1.99 cents to mint and distribute each coin, the total cost comes to more than $294M for coins that most people don't even bother to pick up if they drop them on the sidewalk, but as a coin collector, I have mixed feelings about doing away them.
     
  16. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    When I was trying to fill my book of the states, I could only get P quarters. I had all the P mint states holes filled and only half of the D mint states. I did get a brainstorm though. I thought I would call my brother that lives in California and ask him to send me some D state quarters. He told me it was too much a bother and hung up on me. I did find a solution. The Mint sells a circulating quarters set, so that's where I had to go to get the D state quarters. I wasted all of the P state quarters, tho.
     
  17. whopper64

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    Since the shield reverse is a result of another 50 year anniversary, don't look for the reverse to be changed until 2059. Odds are the Mint will not go back to the memorial. One idea would be to commemorate the Gettysburg address and portray Lincoln while speaking there. It would only be 4 years away from the 200th anniversary.
     
  18. Mac McDonald

    Mac McDonald Well-Known Member

    Yes, but what does a nut (shield) commemorate for the 2009 Lincoln Anniversary...they did the bi-centennial ones in 09 but didn't retain any of those. As for 2059...oh, boy...I can't wait (literally). Thanks.
     
  19. baseball21

    baseball21 Well-Known Member

    Nor should they.
     
  20. Beefer518

    Beefer518 Well-Known Member

    too many to care :panda:
     
  21. Kurisu

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    Well I'm kind of excited about them...very few 2020 have been graded in the super high MS states...I've got a pile of cherry picked ones from going through thousands of them and I'm going to cherry pick from those to send out for grading...I'll post a few...
     
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