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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 
Washington 


FOR IMMSDIATH RELEASE Press Service 
Tuesday, December I34» Noo &-75e 


The total domestic coinage executed at the mints during the month 


of November, 1934, amounted to 77,716,600 pieces with a value of 


$4,976,820. This compares with a total coinage of 58,216,079 pieces 


with a value of $3,832,776.50 during the month of October. In November, 
1933, the total domestic coinage amounted to 2,948,000 pieces with a 
value of $480,280. 
In addition to the domestic coinage,there were executed in the 
past month 2,200,000 pieces for the Governments of Colombia and Nicaragua. 
During the entire calendar year 1933, the total domestic coinage 
amounted to 23,109,250 pieces with a value of $13,136,225. Of this amount 
758,000 pieces were executed in gold with a total value of $12,035,0006 
A detailed list of the coinage executed during November, 1934, 
follows: 
Silver V6Ges Value 
Standard Silver Dollars 90 $ 900,000.00 
Half Dollars 1,944, 800 972440000 
Quarter Dollars 4,738,800 1,184, 700.00 
Dimes i175 719,000 1,171,900.00 
Total Silver 19,302,600 $4,229,000.00 
Mino 


Five Cent Nickel 4,092,000 $ 204,600200 
One Cent Bronze 54,322,000 543,220 200 


Total Minor 58,414,000 $ 747,820.00 
Total Domestic Coinage 77 4716 600 $4,976, 820.00 


COINAGE OTHER THAN UNITED STATES 
Colombia --~ Silver ~ 900 fine ~ 50 centavos ~-- 1,000,000 pieces 
Nicaragua -- Wickel at AGo,000 =—& 
2 Bronze 500,000 
= 500,000