America the Beautiful Quarters News & Information
The United States Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters® Program honors national parks and other national sites in each U.S. state, territory and in the District of Columbia. Between 2010 and 2021, and at a rate of five each year, the American the Beautiful Quarters series will feature a series of rotating reverse designs that are emblematic of the site honored. Major coin news and information articles are linked in the table below that shows the quarter sites by year of release and location:
*Released Quarters Are In Green Font
The following coin news articles provide all of the latest news and information on America the Beautiful Quarters, including releases, quarter images, quarter designs, quarter mintages and the availability of coins in U.S. Mint bags and rolls. Also, see sister site National Park Quarters that is dedicated to the quarter-dollar series.
Representing the eighth year of a series from the United States Mint, the 2017 ATB Quarters Silver Proof Set is now available. Released at noon (ET) today, Feb. 16, the set includes all five 2017-dated coins of the Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters® program.
Increasing the set’s uniqueness (and price), each of its coins is struck from a composition of 90% silver and 10% copper […]
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, United States Mint quarters celebrating Iowa’s Effigy Mounds National Monument were formerly introduced to the public.
Around 1,700 people went to the launch ceremony hosted by officials from the U.S. Mint and National Park Service […]
Iowa is the latest state highlighted in the United States Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters® Program with a coin commemorating its Effigy Mounds National Monument.
The newest quarter launched today, Feb. 6, 2017, and is available in 40-coin rolls and 100-coin bags […]
Next week kicks off a series of coin events for Effigy Mounds National Monument, a park in Iowa where more than 200 prehistoric mounds were built by Native Americans.
Early on Monday, Feb. 6, the quarter commemorating the site gets released into general circulation by the Federal Reserve. Then, later on the same day at noon ET, the public can start buying rolls and bags Effigy Mounds quarters […]
In less than a week, the United States Mint and the National Park Service will formally introduce the quarter featuring Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa. This year’s first quarter ceremony takes place on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017 in a city near the site.
There is also a coin forum on the night before the ceremony and coin exchange after the ceremony. All three events are free and open to the public […]
This afternoon, Jan. 5, the United States Mint launched its first numismatic product of the year, a set of quarter dollars in proof quality.
Available for $14.95, the annual set offers collectors their first chance to acquire all five 2017-dated quarters with unique artwork commemorating these national sites […]
Today, Dec. 5, the United States Mint released a three-coin set of 2016 Fort Moultrie quarters for $9.95. The coins commemorate the national monument in South Carolina by featuring a design that is emblematic of the site.
This latest of the U.S. Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set™ is the fifth and last release this year and the thirty-fifth overall in the series […]
The United States Mint is now selling a 10-coin set that includes circulating versions of this year’s quarters.
Officially named the 2016 America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set™, the product designed for coin collectors has 5 quarters minted in Denver and 5 quarters minted in Philadelphia […]
United States Mint quarters celebrating Fort Moultrie at Fort Sumter National Monument in South Carolina were officially introduced to the public on Thursday, Nov. 17.
Around 1,000 people attended the launch ceremony, including some 300 local schoolchildren who received one of the new quarters for free […]
Another year of the United States Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarters® Program comes to a close with the newly released Fort Moultrie quarter. The coin’s reverse commemorates the fort which is a part of Fort Sumter National Monument in South Carolina.
Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mint-struck quarters with the new design are now available […]