Debut Sales for 2012 Denali National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set

by CoinNews.net on December 13, 2012 · 0 comments

Starting demand for the 2012 Denali National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set dipped compared to past sets. Its debut sales logged in at the slowest pace since the 2011 Chickasaw quarters set.

2012 Denali National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set

2012 Denali National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set

Between its release on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 and Monday, December 10, 2012, U.S. Mint sales figures show orders totaled 10,509. That is the second weakest start in the quarters three-coin set series since introduced in 2010.

One of a few U.S. Mint multi-year products dedicated to one coin program and the only one where collectors can backtrack to place orders for any released, the following table shows starting and current sales for every three-coin set issued.

Sales of 2010-2012 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets
Site Honored Price Debut Sales Latest Sales
2012 Denali National Park $9.95 each 10,509
2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park 11,074 15,423
2012 Acadia National Park 10,701 15,773
2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park 10,666 15,713
2012 El Yunque National Forest 11,391 18,740
2011 Chickasaw National Recreational Area $14.95 each 10,483 14,086
2011 Vicksburg National Military Park 10,727 15,741
2011 Olympic National Park 10,891 15,503
2011 Glacier National Park 10,620 16,525
2011 Gettysburg National Military Park 12,500 19,381
2010 Mount Hood National Forest 11,282 16,260
2010 Grand Canyon National Park 12,418 18,895
2010 Yosemite National Park 11,441 19,221
2010 Yellowstone National Park 11,115 21,670
2010 Hot Springs National Park 10,684 21,047

 

Three-coin sets contain three collectible America the Beautiful Quarters of the national park or national site they honor. Denali sets have a 2012-S proof quarter, a 2012-P uncirculated quarter and a 2012-S uncirculated quarter that are held in an attractive durable plastic card featuring an image of Denali National Park in Alaska.

Sets are available online through the U.S. Mint website at http://www.usmint.gov/catalog.

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