Looking for some coloring fun?
All you need is a printer and some colorful media like paints, crayons, markers, or colored pencils!
The United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site is sprinkled with coin and character images for you to color; this page was created to let you find them all in one handy place.
Each link in the list below will connect you with a PDF (Acrobat®) file.
Each file contains one or more images.
You can see the images in your browser if it has an Acrobat plug-in, then print it, or you can save (download) the file to your computer and print it from Acrobat later.
Here's how, using Internet Explorer on a PC:
To see what's in the file:
left-click on the link.
The file will open in your browser if it has an Acrobat plug-in.
You can then print the image using File/Print from the menu bar.
To download the file:
right-click on the link and choose "Save Target As..." from the pop-up menu.
Presidential $1 Coin Program
You can download line art to color for the coins in the Presidential $1 Coin Program in an Acrobat (PDF) file or as Web page graphics.
Just go to the
Presidential $1 Coin Lesson Plan Resource Center and the "Coin Images" section.
Native American $1 Coin Program
America the Beautiful Quarters® Program
Hot Springs (AR),
Grand Canyon (AZ), and
Mount Hood (OR)
Vicksburg (MS), and
EI Yunque (PR),
Chaco Culture (NM),
Hawai'I Volcanoes (HI), and
District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Program
50 State Quarters® Program
New Hampshire, and
North Dakota, and
Front of quarter
2010 Lincoln Cent
2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Program
Westward Journey Nickel Series™
Other Circulating Coins
H.I.P. Pocket Change Pals
Print and color your own greeting card with
"Plinky's Create-a-Card" on the
For online coloring fun, check out
"Cents of Color" on the
The picture on the right is Goldie's coloring icon.
Whenever you see it on the site, you can use it just like the links above.