Starting sales for the 2013 White Mountain National Forest Quarters Three-Coin Set clocked in at the lowest level for any in the series to date.
Between its release on Tuesday, Feb. 12 and Monday, Feb. 18, sales reached 9,907 units. The immediate previous release of the 2012 Denali Quarters Three-Coin Set opened with sales of 10,509. This difference is fairly trivial and there was a holiday in the mix with Presidents Day. Plus, the sets are available for a long time and that makes their sales starts less predictive and important to their overall performances.
One of a few United States 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 debut and current sales for every three-coin set issued.
|Sales of 2010-2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets|
|Site Honored||Price||Debut Sales||Latest Sales|
|2013 White Mountain National Forest||$9.95 each||9,907|
|2012 Denali National Park||10,509||13,451|
|2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park||11,074||17,116|
|2012 Acadia National Park||10,701||16,725|
|2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park||10,666||16,422|
|2012 El Yunque National Forest||11,391||19,501|
|2011 Chickasaw National Recreational Area||$14.95 each||10,483||14,297|
|2011 Vicksburg National Military Park||10,727||15,946|
|2011 Olympic National Park||10,891||15,691|
|2011 Glacier National Park||10,620||16,731|
|2011 Gettysburg National Military Park||12,500||19,612|
|2010 Mount Hood National Forest||11,282||16,445|
|2010 Grand Canyon National Park||12,418||19,128|
|2010 Yosemite National Park||11,441||19,424|
|2010 Yellowstone National Park||11,115||21,912|
|2010 Hot Springs National Park||10,684||21,233|
Every set has three numismatic America the Beautiful Quarters of the specific national park or national site they honor. 2013 White Mountain sets have a 2013-S proof White Mountain quarter, a 2013-P uncirculated White Mountain quarter and a 2013-S uncirculated White Mountain quarter. These coins are held in an attractive and protective card that features an image of White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire.
Three-coin sets are available online from the U.S. Mint website located here.