There were sixteen different regular coin types issued during the Civil War. The Civil War Gold Coins included the Civil War Double Eagle, the Civil War Eagle, the Civil War Half Eagle, the Civil War Three-Dollar Gold coins, the Civil War Quarter Eagle, and the Civil War Gold Dollar. Civil War Gold Coins were minted in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and the Southern Branch Mints, the New Orleans Mint, the Charlotte Mint, and the Dahlonega Mint. Aside from the Civil War Gold Dollar coin and the Civil War Three-Dollar Gold coin, which used the Indian Princess motif, the gold coins of the Civil War were the Liberty Head Coronet, No Motto type. The New Orleans Mint was the only Southern Branch Mint to make the Civil War Double Eagle and the Civil War Eagle. The Civil War Half Eagle was struck at the Southern Branch Mint in Charlotte and in Dahlonega. The Civil War Three-Dollar Gold coins were struck at Philadelphia and San Francisco during the time that Civil War Gold was being minted. The Quarter Eagle coins were struck at the Mints in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and the Southern Branch Mint in Charlotte.
The Civil War Gold Dollar coins were struck in Philadelphia, and the Southern Branch Mint at Dahlonega. In 1865 the S.S. Republic sank. Both Civil War gold and silver coins were recovered from the S.S. Republic. All but one of the regular Civil War Silver Coins used the Liberty Seated motif. The Civil War Silver Dollar was minted in Philadelphia and the Southern Branch Mint at New Orleans. The Civil War Half Dollar and the Civil War Dime were minted at Philadelphia, San Francisco, and the Southern Branch Mint at New Orleans. The Confederate Half Dollar was also minted at New Orleans. The Civil War Quarter and the Civil War Half Dime were minted at Philadelphia and San Francisco. The Beauregard Dime was also issued by the Confederacy. There were two Civil War Three-Cent coins. The Silver Civil War Three-Cent coin or Trime and, at the end of the Civil War, the Civil War Three-Cent Nickel. There were two denominations of regular copper coins issued. They were the Civil War Two-Cent piece and the Civil War Cent coins, which were all made at Philadelphia. In addition, there were Civil War Tokens that circulated instead of regular coinage, pattern coins, and a Civil War Confederate Cent pattern.