2011 P&D Vicksburg Quarter Rolls and Bags – Ending Coin Sales

September 12, 2012

in ATB Quarters, US Mint Sales

2011 P&D Vicksburg Quarter Rolls and Bags

Ending coin sales are now known for 2011 Vicksburg quarter rolls and bags produced at the United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia (P) and Denver (D).

Rolls and bags of the quarter honoring Vicksburg National Military Park in Mississippi were released August 29, 2011. The U.S. Mint stopped selling them a bit after 2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park quarters debuted on August 27, 2012.

Weekly sales figures provided by the U.S. Mint moved around slightly for Vicksburg quarter rolls and bags until the first week of September. The United States Mint officially stopped reporting updated figures in its sales report dated September 10, 2012. It now simply states that they are "NLA," meaning they are no longer available.

The final reported coin sales totals are:

  • 100-Coin Bags (P) with ending coin sales of 3,260
  • 100-Coin Bags (D) with ending coin sales of 3,177
  • Two-Roll Sets (P&D of 80 coins total) with ending coin sales of 25,938

These amounts combine to a total of 1,363,520 (P) quarters and 1,355,220 (D) quarters for an overall total of 2,718,740 coins. All of these quarters are in circulating quality, meant for distribution for commerce but held back for sale to coin collectors.

Vicksburg quarter mintages

Vicksburg quarter production figures were first reported by the U.S. Mint in September 2011. These numbers actually stayed the same, with final mintages of:

  • 2011-P Vicksburg quarters at 30.8 million, and
  • 2011-D Vicksburg quarters at 33.4 million

That gives a mintage total of 64.2 million quarters — the second highest quarter run from last year, and behind all 2010-dated quarters. This year’s coin production figures remain preliminary, but Vicksburg quarter mintages are currently higher than the first three quarters issued, but behind the last one honoring Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park.

The Vicksburg National Military Park quarter is the ninth issued in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program and the fourth released in 2011. Between 2010 and 2021, one national site will be celebrated in each U.S. state, each U.S. territory and the District of Columbia.

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