amount outstanding and in circulation

amount outstanding and in circulation
All currency issued by the Bureau of the Mint and intended as a medium of exchange. Coins sold by the Bureau of the Mint at premium prices are not included; uncirculated coin sets sold at face value plus handling charge are included. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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