Complete US Mint Year Set (Foreign and Domestic) – 1910

After the major changes in 1909, 1910 was a very lack-luster year. Instead of 10 cents being produced for collectors, the number of “coppers” were reduced to only two. With no pattern coins, numismatists are left with only 34 coins to collect, including coins minted in the US for Costa Rica and the Philippines.

The Boy Scouts were incorporated, an event commemorated 100 years later with a government issued Silver Dollar. Father’s Day was first celebrated in this year and I wonder how many fathers received coins as their gifts.

  • Lincoln P, S, & Proof
  • V-Nickel & Proof
  • Barber Dime – P, D, S, & Proof
  • Barber Quarter – P, D & Proof
  • Barber Half – P, S & Proof
  • Indian Head Quarter Eagle P & Proof
  • Indian Head Half Eagle - P, D, S, & Proof
  • Indian Head Eagle - P, D, S, & Proof
  • Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle - P, D, S, & Proof

Coins Minted in United States for Other Nations

Costa Rica
  • 5 Centimos, 90% silver
  • 10 Centimos, 90% silver
Philippines
  • 1 Centavo, bronze, S
  • 20 Centavos, 75% silver/25% copper
  • 1 Peso, 80% silver/25% copper

There Were No Pattern Coins This Year