2015 Bombay Hook Quarters in Rolls and Bags

On Wednesday, September 30, the United States Mint will begin selling rolls and bags of 2015 Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Quarters.

Bombay Hook quarters in rolls and bags
Rolls and bags of Bombay Hooky Quarters for Delaware go on sale on September 20, 2015

These quarters for the refuge in Delaware are available in quantities ranging from 40 to 120 and from 3 different production facilities.
They are the fourth of five quarters for 2015, and the 29th release in the U.S. Mint’s series of America the Beautiful Quarters. Like coins found in change every day, they are struck in circulating quality.

Rolls and Bags, Product Options

U.S. Mint product options for the Bombay Hook quarters include single rolls, two-roll sets, three-roll sets and 100-coin bags. The six buying options are outlined in this table:

Single Roll of 40 coins "S" $18.95
Two-Roll Set, 40 coins per roll "P" and "D" $32.95
Three-Roll Set, 40 coins per roll "P," "D," and "S" $46.95
100-Coin Bag "P," "D," or "S" $34.95

Production plants in Philadelphia and Denver manufacture all circulating coins for the United States. Quarters from both locations will eventually make their way into change. Quarters from San Francisco, however, are produced strictly for collectors. They are not released into circulation.

Designs on Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Quarters

The reverse (tails side) of the quarter depicts a great blue heron in the foreground and a great egret in the background, both within the refuge’s tidal salt marsh.

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge Quarter
Bombay Hook Quarter

Joel Iskowitz created this design and Phebe Hemphill sculpted it. Inscriptions around the imagery include BOMBAY HOOK, DELAWARE, 2015, and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Obverses (heads side) feature the traditional portrait of George Washington.

Where to Order

When released at noon Eastern Time on September 30, order the rolls or bags from the United States Mint. Its dedicated page for quarters is located here. Call in orders at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).

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