The United States Mint debuted Arizona’s Grand Canyon quarter to visitors of all ages on Tuesday, September 21, during an outdoor launch ceremony at the Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, not far from the El Tovar Hotel. The new quarter-dollar is the fourth release of the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program.
The United States Mint began selling bags and rolls of the Grand Canyon National Park quarters today, September 20, 2010. The newly designed quarter is the fourth coin in the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program, which started earlier this year.
The US Mint is offering numismatic sales of circulation quality 100-Coin Bags of the 2010 Grand Canyon quarter for $35.95, and Two-Roll Sets of them for $32.95. Generally these products provide a great opportunity for collectors not only to get the quarters, which may not be available at local banks, but also to search for errors and quality strikes. Continue reading 2010 Grand Canyon Quarter Rolls and Bags→
The third coin released under the new America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program, the Yosemite National Park Quarter, was launched by the United States Mint and the National Park Service on Thursday, July 29.
Over a thousand people attended the ceremony at the park’s Valley Visitor’s Center, located in Yosemite Village Loop, Yosemite, California. They were some of the first to see the new coin showcasing the park’s "El Capitan," the largest granite monolith in the world, on the reverse (tails side) of the new strike. Continue reading California’s 2010 Yosemite National Park Quarters Released→
Coin collectors and the public alike may purchase rolls and bags of the Yosemite National Park Quarter for California beginning on Monday, July 26, 2010, according to a just published United States Mint media statement.
The U.S. Mint will offer the new products at 12:00 noon ET. Also on Monday, but earlier in the day, the Yosemite quarters start rolling into everyday circulation via Federal Reserve and local banks throughout the nation.
The coins are the third of five to be released this year, and are the debuting issues from the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program. The new series features quarter-dollars with reverse designs honoring national parks and other national sites for the 50 states, 5 U.S. territories and the District of Columbia. Continue reading Yosemite National Park Quarter Rolls and Bags→
In front of a crowd of hundreds, the United States Mint and the National Park Service officially launched the Yellowstone National Park Quarter today, June 3, 2010, during a ceremony held within the boundaries of the park itself.
The United States Mint kicked off the middle month of 2010 with another new offering. It began selling freshly struck 2010 Yellowstone National Park Quarters on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at noon Eastern Time.
The Yellowstone quarter is the second 25-cent piece released this year and also just the second issue from the America the Beautiful Quarters™ series — the new U.S. program that will feature 56 differently designed quarters issued at a rate of five per year. Continue reading 2010 Yellowstone Quarter Bags and Rolls→
The latest information about National Park Quarters, the U.S. Mint series of 2010-2021 America the Beautiful Quarters that commemorate national parks and other national sites throughout the U.S. and its territories.