The United States Mint on Wednesday, May 4, released the Mount Hood Quarter Three-Coin Set for a price of $14.95.
The three-coin set is the fifth issue in the America the Beautiful Quarters® product series and the final 2010-dated release. The three quarters within the set share a reverse design that honors Mount Hood National Forest which is located in the state of Oregon [...]
The US Mint on Wednesday at noon ET made available the Grand Canyon Three-Coin Set for $14.95, plus shipping and handling.
The set is the fourth release in the new series and it includes three Grand Canyon National Park Quarters which honor the national site located in the state of Arizona. The set is produced for collectors as it contains numismatic issues including [...]
The United States Mint on Thursday made available the Yosemite Quarter Three-Coin Set for $14.95, plus shipping and handling.
The set is the third release in the new series which debuted last year. It includes three Yosemite National Park Quarters, also the third issues in the United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters® Program [...]
With a definite chill in the air outside, the US Mint in association with the United States Forest Service officially unveiled Oregon's 2010 Mount Hood National Forest Quarter to a standing room only crowd.
On Wednesday, November 17, 2010, the ceremony began at 10:30 AM Pacific Time (PT) and took place inside of Portland's World Forestry Center located just a few miles from the border of the national forest [...]
It was a beautiful sunny day as the United States Mint and the National Park Service (NPS) unveiled Arizona's 2010 Grand Canyon National Park Quarter. A few clouds in the blue sky and the colorful canyon provided the perfect backdrop for the outdoor ceremony on the edge of the South Rim.
School age children watched Peter The Mint Eagle while officials from the US Mint and National Park Service made ready for the ceremony. A Native American in full dress played songs on a wooden flute before the event kicked off with the Pledge of Allegiance.
The United States Mint today at noon ET began selling bags and rolls of 2010 Grand Canyon National Park Quarters.
The coins are the fourth release in the debuting America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program which will feature at least 56 different designs that honor national parks and other national sites at a rate of five each year until 2021.
Grand Canyon Quarter bags are available for a price of $35.95 while Grand Canyon Quarter two-roll sets cost $32.95.
Further details for the ceremonial release of the 2010 Grand Canyon National Park Quarter has been provided by the United States Mint.
The U.S. Mint in late June provided the ceremony dates for all of the remaining 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters™, but the new information provides specific details for those planning on attending the latest quarter release.
The Mint and the National Park Service will kick off the fall season by introducing Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park Quarter on September 21 at 1:30 p.m. (MST), on the park's South Rim, between Hopi House and Verkamp's Visitor Center.
This week the United States Mint published the opening sales figures for Yosemite National Park Quarters, and with a new month beginning it also released new coin production figures that provided the preliminary 2010-P Yosemite quarter and 2010-D Yosemite quarter mintages.
Bags and rolls of the third coin released in the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program were launched on Monday, July 26 -- the Yosemite quarter ceremonial release occurred on Thursday, July 29. Their opening sales show that collectors purchased just over 2.7 million quarter-dollars between Monday and Sunday.
That is near the level of the prior Yellowstone product debuting numbers and about 377,000 shy of the first Hot Springs sales figures. Yellowstone figures are handicapped slightly as the rolls and bags were released on a Tuesday, giving one day less of availability.
The United States Mint and the National Park Service joined forces on Thursday, July 29, to officially release the Yosemite National Park Quarter outside the Valley Visitor Center in Yosemite, California.
The quarter-dollars actually debuted three days earlier, July 26, as they began entering circulation through the Federal Reserve banking system, and via Yosemite quarter bags and rolls offered by the U.S. Mint.