Look to the United States Mint on Monday, November 30, for rolls and bags of Saratoga National Historical Park Quarters.
These quarters for the national park in New York are sold in varying quantities, are struck from three U.S. Mint production facilities, and are in circulating quality but have never circulated. The 25-cent coins are the last of the five with different reverse designs for 2015 and the 30th overall in the Mint’s program of America the Beautiful Quarters.
Rolls and Bags
Product options for the Saratoga quarters include single rolls, two-roll sets, three-roll sets and 100-coin bags. The options and their prices are:
|Single Roll of 40 coins
|“P,” “D,” or “S”
|Two-Roll Set, 40 coins per roll
|“P” and “D”
|Three-Roll Set, 40 coins per roll
|“P,” “D,” and “S”
Production facilities in Philadelphia and Denver make all circulating coins for the United States. Quarter-dollars from both plants will eventually make their way into change but it could take months to years to find them in change. Quarters from San Francisco are minted strictly for collectors. They are not being released into circulation.
Designs on New York’s Saratoga National Historical Park Quarters
The reverse or tails side of the Saratoga quarter depicts a close-up of the moment General John Burgoyne surrendered his sword to General Horatio Gates, a turning point many believe marked the beginning of the end of the American Revolutionary War. This design was created by Barbara Fox and sculpted by Renata Gordon.
Obverses of all the national site and national park quarters feature the traditional portrait of George Washington.
When released at noon Eastern Time on the 30th, order the rolls and bags from the United States Mint. The Mint’s dedicated page for quarters is found here. Call in orders at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).