The mintages of the different ZAR coins are as follows:

THE BURGERS POUND (POND)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1874 Fine Beard 695
1874 Coarse Beard 142

1) Please note that many of these coins were used in jewelry. Be extremely aware of possible repair work to the coins which could leave them practically worthless.
2) There are many "Burger coin patterns". Patterns, such as the Griqua Town pieces, are usually extremely valuable because they are so scarce.

THE KRUGER COINS - Please note proof coins were only minted in 1892. They are very rare.

EEN POND (0NE POUND)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892 Double shaft 15 650
1892 Double shaft (Proof) 10-12
1892 Single Shaft Unknown - very rare
1893 Single Shaft 61 926
1894 Single Shaft 317 723
1895 Single Shaft 336 000
1896 Single Shaft 235 000
1897 Single Shaft 310 980
1898 Single Shaft- (The last peace coin) 136 870
1899 "Single 9" Unique 1 Only 130
1899 788 000
1900 Kaalpond - with rim Unknown
1900 Kaalpond - without rim Unknown

(Independent graders such as NGC are not prepared to grade kaal ponde as they are to easy to forge)

1902 (Veldpond) "Field pound" Commonly 986 - Cooney corrects number at 530

HALFPOND (HALF POUND)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892 Double Shaft 10 150
1892 Double Shaft (proof) 20 - 25
1893 Single Shaft Unknown (Very, Very Rare)
1894 Single Shaft 39 187
1895 Single Shaft 134 974
1896 Single Shaft 103 600
1897 Single Shaft 75 074

5/- FIVE SHILLINGS (THE CROWN)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892 Double Shaft 4,327
1892 Double Shaft (Proof) 25 - 30
1892 Single Shaft 14,000

These coins were also very popular as jewelry pieces and are often damaged.

2/6 2 SHILLINGS (HALF CROWN)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   16 300
1892 (Proof) 50 - 60
1893   134 800
1894   135 012
1895   182 336
1896   284 760
1897   149 160

2/- 2 SHILLINGS (FLORIN)

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   55 206
1892 (Proof) 50 - 60
1893   106 951
1894   137 235
1895   149 610
1896   353 480
1897   147 500

1/- 1 SHILLING

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   129 627
1982 (Proof) 40 - 50
1893   137 472
1894   366 000
1895   327 380
1896   436 780
1897   397 300

6d SIXPENCE

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   28 300
1892 (Proof) 40 - 50
1893   95 530
1894   168 000
1895   178 640
1896   205 480
1897   220 000

3d TICKEY

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   24 300
1892 Proof 35 - 40
1893   135 444
1894   104 000
1895   112 960
1896   166 480
1897   200 600

3d TICKEY ( GOLD )

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1898 Sammy Marks Tickey 215

1d PENNY

DATE REMARKS MINTAGE
1892   27 862
1892 Proof 10 - 12
1893   54 781
1894   10 769
1895   (Nil)
1896   (Nil)
1897   (Nil)
1898   263,000

Certain points of interest emerge - the Double Shaft ox wagon pieces were ALL struck in Germany and quickly halted once the error was discovered. The Berlin Mint Report states that the Z.A.R. ponde were struck in 1891, while the half-ponde and all the silver and bronze coins made in the Berlin Mint for the Z.A.R. were struck in 1892. It seems certain, therefore, that these ponde were struck with the 1892 dies as no pond bearing date 1891 has ever come to light. It also seems certain that all the ponde, half-ponde and five-shilling pieces struck in Berlin were "double-shafted". The first pieces with the single-shaft wagon appear to have been struck in Pretoria on the following dates:

Although it is generally considered that no 1892 single-shaft half ponde were struck, a coin thought to be an 1892 single-shaft half pond was presented for inspection by Mr. W. J. c. Menne of Louis Trichardt to members of the Transvaal Numismatic Society. In general they were of the opinion that it appeared to be genuine. Both obverse and reverse of the coin were in all respects similar to the half-pond issues of 1893 to 1897, except for the date 1892 on the reverse. However, its weight fell short of the least current weight of the Z.A.R. half-pond by 0.04 grams. This coin, which showed considerable wear, was inherited by Mr. Menne together with a set of Z.A.R. coins, from his father in 1935. At that time they were withdrawn from the bank together with a memo, dated 9th January 1905 which had been made by his father. It listed each coin in the collection which consisted of all the denominations and years of issue from 1892 to 1902-but not the 1892 single-shaft half-pond. The collection was returned to the bank for safekeeping for a further 21 years. Thus it appears that the coin in question was acquired by Mr. Menne's father between 1905 and 1935 and added to the collection in the bank. Efforts were made to ascertain whether the reverse die of the 1892 single-shaft half-pond was ever officially made, but without success, and the circumstances of the manufacture of this piece have aptly been described by H. M. Stoker as a mystery

The Pretoria Mint, it will be seen, coined only florins and shillings in 1892, the year of its inception. This can be accepted as reasonable as it is most likely that a mint would concentrate on producing silver coins in its first year. This would enable the plant to be tested and "run in" on work which was not required to be as meticulously accurate as is the task of producing and turning gold bars into coin. The first gold coins struck in Pretoria were therefore produced in 1893. It should be noted that the 1892 series included some special sets of specimen coins struck in Berlin with polished dies from polished blanks for all denominations, except for the penny. Of interest also is the fact that the 1893 Z.A.R. penny is the rarest of the penny series although more pieces were coined in that year than in any other, a fact which points to the probability that most of the pence struck in 1893 were struck with the 1892 dies. A proof half-crown in copper with a plain edge dated 1892 is in the possession of W. V. Royle Baldwin; also a sixpence dated 1897 in copper, with a plain edge and a very thick flan.

(Extract From Real to Rand J.T. Becklake)

More on the 1902 Veld Pond can be found at this link