A 10-coin set of circulating-quality 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters is now available from the United States Mint.
This annually issued set includes 5 quarters from the Denver Mint and 5 quarters from the Philadelphia Mint. These are the two facilities that strike all U.S. coinage for general circulation.
America the Beautiful Quarters for 2015 commemorate national sites with reverse designs emblematic of:
- Nebraska’s Homestead National Monument of America,
- Louisiana’s Kisatchie National Forest,
- North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Parkway,
- Delaware’s Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, and
- New York’s Saratoga National Historical Park
The set’s inexpensive price and unique packaging make it an appealing product for coin collectors.
The price is the same as the last three years, $5.95. The packaging is simplistic, designed to protect the quarters while making it easy to remove them for placing in a coin album or other storage product.
Ordering and Sales of Previous Sets
Order the 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set from the U.S. Mint’s online quarter page, or call 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468). There are no household limits.
The America the Beautiful Quarters series kicked off in 2010, and the United States Mint continues to sell four of the five previous sets. Their sales as of Monday, Nov. 16, are:
- 37,878 for the 2010 set,
- 34,545 for the 2011 set,
- 24,869 for the 2012 set (sold out),
- 26,836 for the 2013 set, and
- 20,715 for the 2014 set
Sets from 2010 and 2011 are priced higher at $9.95.