Debut Sales for Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set


Starting demand for the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set was stronger than six of the last seven sets released, according to the latest U.S. Mint sales figures.

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set
Newer sets, like the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set above, feature scenes of the site honored

Between its release on September 4, 2012 and through to September 10, 2012, coin collectors ordered a total of 11,074.

For a perspective on how that compares to older quarters sets, the following table offers past debut sales as well as current sales.

2010-2012 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set Sales
Site Honored Debut Sales Latest Sales
2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park 11,074
2012 Acadia National Park 10,701 14,087
2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park 10,666 14,599
2012 El Yunque National Forest 11,391 17,582
2011 Chickasaw National Recreational Area 10,483 13,763
2011 Vicksburg National Military Park 10,727 15,418
2011 Olympic National Park 10,891 15,208
2011 Glacier National Park 10,620 16,233
2011 Gettysburg National Military Park 12,500 19,009
2010 Mount Hood National Forest 11,282 15,988
2010 Grand Canyon National Park 12,418 18,538
2010 Yosemite National Park 11,441 18,924
2010 Yellowstone National Park 11,115 21,345
2010 Hot Springs National Park 10,684 20,789


Each quarters three-coin set includes three collectible quarters held within a display card — a proof from San Francisco, an uncirculated from Philadelphia and an uncirculated from Denver.

At $9.95, this year’s sets are priced $5 less than past offerings, and the cards depict colorful scenery of the national park or national site honored. Sets between 2010 and 2011 cost $14.95, and the three coins were held within a U.S. Mint branded black and white card.

2010 Hot Springs National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set
Sets between 2010 and 2011 have black and white display cards, like the 2010 Hot Springs National Park Quarters Three-Coin Set shown above

Introduced in 2010 to support of the America the Beautiful Quarters® program, the United States Mint continues to sell every one it has released.

Buyers will find the quarters sets at the U.S. Mint online store, located here, or by calling the bureau’s customer service reps at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).

The latest U.S. Mint product to feature Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is the 5 oz. silver bullion coin that went on sale Monday. Containing five ounces of 99.9% pure silver and struck to a diameter of three inches, the investment-grade bullion coin shares the same designs as found on the smaller Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park quarters.

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If you do not have your S Hawaii, El Yunque, Chaco Culture or Acadia rolls yet, thats a shame. The code on the box is PL7, and folks there is a good reason. Buy multiple rolls. After a week, no rolls are appearing on EBAY. There is a reason for these not being sold, they are that spectacular. Buy your S rolls now.
PL is used to describe Proof Like. Appropriate.