16th America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set on Sale

February 15, 2013

in ATB Quarters, US Mint Product Releases

16th America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set

On Tuesday, February 12, 2013, the U.S. Mint released the White Mountain National Forest Quarters Three-Coin Set.

This numismatic product is the first of its kind for 2013 and the sixteenth overall in the series of America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets. These sets have appeared alongside America the Beautiful Quarters ever since they were introduced in 2010.

This year’s sets keep the same price, $9.95, and attractive display card as those from 2012. Three-coin sets in 2010 – 2011 featured U.S. Mint branded black and white display cards instead of a photo of the site honored, and prices of $14.95. All sets that have ever been released remain available and may be purchased on the United States Mint website at www.usmint.gov/catalog.

Within the White Mountain Quarters Three-Coin Set are three numismatic or collector coins that depict the national forest located, for the most part, in the state of New Hampshire. One of the America the Beautiful Quarters is in proof quality from the San Francisco Mint. The other two America the Beautiful Quarters are in uncirculated quality with one from Philadelphia Mint and one from the Denver Mint.

This table offers the latest U.S. Mint sales off all ATB Quarters three-coin sets as of Monday, February 11, 2013.

2010 – 2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set Sales
2012 Denali Set 13,192
2012 Hawai’i Set 16,647
2012 Acadia Set 16,656
2012 Chaco Culture Set 16,377
2012 El Yunque Set 19,455
2011 Chickasaw Set 14,276
2011 Vicksburg Set 15,922
2011 Olympic Set 15,669
2011 Glacier Set 16,707
2011 Gettysburg Set 19,580
2010 Mount Hood Set 16,416
2010 Grand Canyon Set 19,096
2010 Yosemite Set 19,398
2010 Yellowstone Set 21,881
2010 Hot Springs Set 21,208


Four more three-coin sets will appear later this year. They will include America the Beautiful coins celebrating Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial of Ohio, Great Basin National Park of Nevada, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine of Maryland, and Mount Rushmore National Memorial of South Dakota.

Instead of having to always check and then remember when they come out to place orders, the U.S. Mint also offers a subscription service. When subscribed, the U.S. Mint automatically sends out new three-coin sets as they become available. Credit cards are charged at the time they are shipped. For more details, visit www.usmint.gov/catalog and check out the "Subscriptions" menu option on the left.

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