Coinciding with their release into the Federal Reserve banking system, the United States Mint will make several new products available Monday, April 1, 2013, that contain 2013 Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial Quarters.
These new products feature rolls and bags of circulation quality Perry’s Victory quarters with reverse designs emblematic of the historic site in Ohio. Read more
Collectors have several product options of 2013 White Mountain National Forest Quarters from the United States Mint. The newest quarters were released on January 28, 2013 in bags and rolls.
U.S. Mint facilities in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco produced 100-coin bags and 40-coin rolls, much like those produced for previous national park quarters Read more
The last of five 2012-dated America the Beautiful Quarters® will be issued for sale to the public starting on Monday, November 5, 2012.
On that day at Noon (Eastern Time), 2012 Denali National Park Quarters are released by the United States Mint as part of several different products.
Also on Monday, distribution begins of circulation quality Read more
Hawaii has seven national parks, but only one of them is featured on the next America the Beautiful Quarter. 2012 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Quarters will debut on Monday, August 27.
The United States Mint produces all legal tender American coinage and distributes most of it to Federal Reserve Banks across the country. In turn, these banks deliver coins to local banks and other financial institutions as needed. Read more
An official release ceremony and coin exchange for the Acadia National Park Quarter has been announced by the United States Mint. The public ceremony marking the release of the third 2012-dated America the Beautiful Quarter® will be held on Tuesday, June 26, 2012.
According to a media advisory issued by the US Mint, the ceremony will commence beginning at 9:30 AM (ET). It will be located at the Hulls Cove Visitor Center, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, ME 04609. Read more
Today, June 11, 2012, Acadia National Park Quarters made their debut in American circulation and the United States Mint began selling rolls and bags containing them. Tomorrow, June 12, 2012, the U.S. Mint will also release a special three coin set which features different numismatic versions of the quarter.
Acadia National Park quarters are the 13th released in the America the Beautiful Quarters® series that honors five national parks or sites annually between 2010 and 2020 and a final one in 2021. Read more
More information has emerged on SF Mint circulating quality quarters which have "S" mint marks.
News was first revealed this week that the United States Mint would produce these type of coins at the San Francisco Mint — a facility which normally strikes only collector quality coins.
On Friday, the United States Mint officially announced what products with the quarters it would first release and the prices. It also specifically said that: Read more
This week the United States Mint has confirmed that it is producing and developing numismatic products with circulation quality 2012-S quarters that are manufactured at the San Francisco Mint.
There are two unique aspects to this development. First, as these quarters will be produced for numismatic or collector sale, they will not be released into circulation for use in daily commerce like pennies, nickels, dimes and other quarters. They will only be available from and sold by the United States Mint. Read more
After entering circulation on April 2, Chaco Culture National Historical Park quarters will get an official introduction on Thursday, April 26, 2012, in the form of a ceremonial launch. A coin forum the night prior to the event will also be conducted, the United States Mint announced Tuesday.
The second quarter released this year and the 12th since the America the Beautiful Quarters series debuted in 2010, the Chaco Culture Park Quarter will get introduced to nearly two hundred schoolchildren by officials from the United States Mint and the National Park Service (NPS). Read more
On April 2, 2012, the United States Mint will join with the Federal Reserve Bank to release the Chaco Culture National Historical Park Quarter. On that day, the newest issue from the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program will be released into circulation by the Federal Reserve with bags and rolls of the coins also available for ordering directly from the U.S. Mint.
The Chaco Culture Quarters are the second of the America the Beautiful Quarters Program to be issued in 2012 and follow the El Yunque National Forest Quarters which made their debut on January 23, 2012. All of the coins in the series (which debuted in 2010) honor a different site of national interest from around the United States and its territories with a design located on their reverse. Read more