Presidential Dollar Release Schedule


William Henry HarrisonThe United States Mint releases the Presidential Dollars at a rate of four different designs per year. The first coins honoring George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison were released in 2007.

The following issues will continue to honor the former Presidents in the order served. Under the legislation for the program, only deceased Presidents will appear for the series. Any President who served in two non-consecutive terms is eligible to appear on two different coins.


Release dates are generally scheduled at even intervals throughout the year. Specific dates are generally announced at the beginning of each year. The release schedule from the start of the series through the current year appears following.

George Washington February 15, 2007
John Adams May 17, 2007
Thomas Jefferson August 16, 2007
James Madison November 15, 2007


James Monroe February 14, 2008
John Quincy Adams May 15, 2008
Andrew Jackson August 14, 2008
Martin Van Buren November 13, 2008


William Henry Harrison February 19, 2009
John Tyler May 21, 2009
James K. Polk August 20, 2009
Zachary Taylor November 19, 2009


Millard Fillmore February 18, 2010
Franklin Pierce May 20, 2010
James Buchanan August 19, 2010
Abraham Lincoln November 18, 2010


Andrew Johnson February 17, 2011
Ulysses S. Grant May 19, 2011
Rutherford B. Hayes August 18, 2011
James A. Garfield November 17, 2011


Chester A. Arthur April 5, 2012
Grover Cleveland May 25, 2012
Benjamin Harrison August 16, 2012
Grover Cleveland November 15, 2012


William McKinley February 19, 2013
Theodore Roosevelt April 14, 2013
William Howard Taft July 13, 2013
Woodrow Wilson October 13, 2013


Warren Harding  February 6, 2014
Calvin Coolidge  April 10, 2014
Herbert Hoover  June 19, 2014
Franklin D. Roosevelt  August 28, 2014


Harry S. Truman  February 5, 2015
Dwight D. Eisenhower  April 13, 2015
John F. Kennedy  June 18, 2015
Lyndon B. Johnson  August 18, 2015


Richard M. Nixon February 3, 2016
Gerald Ford March 8, 2016
Ronald Reagan July 1, 2016