Serie: "America - The Beautiful Quarters"

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Serie: "America - The Beautiful Quarters"

Beitrag von dbl » 11. März 2010 19:36

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General topic about this program please follow US Beautiful Quarters Program 2010 - 2021.

2010

Arkansas - Hot Springs National Park,
Wyoming - Yellowstone National Park,
California - Yosemite National Park,
Arizona - Grand Canyon National Park,
Oregon - Mt. Hood National Forest.


Pricing of products by U.S. Mint:

Two-roll set - $32.95, last year price - $32.95
100-coin bags - $35.95, last year price - $32.95
2010 Quarter Proof Set - $ 14.95, last year price - $ 14.95
2010 Quarter Silver Proof Set - $ 32.95, last year price - $ 29.95
2010 Uncirculated Mint Set - $ 31.95, last year price - $ 27.95
2010 Proof Set - $ 31.95, last year price - $ 29.95
2010 Silver Proof Set - $ 56.95, last year price - $ 52.95

Preliminary schedule:

April - America the Beautiful Quarters™ Bags and Rolls Two-Roll Set - Hot Springs (AR)
May - 2010 United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set™
May/June - 2010 United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set™
June - America the Beautiful Quarters™ Bags and Two-Roll Set - Yellowstone (WY)
July - 2010 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set®
July/August - 2010 United States Mint Proof Set®
July/August - America the Beautiful Quarters™ Bags and Two-Roll Set - Yosemite (CA)
August/September - 2010 United States Mint Silver Proof Set™
September - America the Beautiful Quarters™ Bags and Two-Roll Set - Grand Canyon (AZ)
November - America the Beautiful Quarters™ Bags and Two-Roll Set - Mount Hood (OR)

The latest news!

Hot Springs National Park Quarters rolls and bags to be released on April 19!

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von dbl » 24. März 2010 17:27

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U.S.Mint hat geschrieben:March 24, 2010
United States Mint Unveils First Five Coins in America the Beautiful QuartersTM Program

First Coin in Series to Be Released into Circulation on April 19
WASHINGTON - The United States Mint unveiled the designs for the first five quarters in the America the Beautiful Quarters Program in a special ceremony today at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. United States Mint Director Ed Moy treated special guests and the media to a first look at the new designs, which celebrate the spectacular natural wonders that are found in the United States' national parks, forests, shores and other national sites. Other speakers included Congressman Mike Castle, one of the lead co-sponsors of the legislation; United States Treasurer Rosie Rios; Harris Sherman, Under Secretary of Agriculture for Natural Resources and the Environment; and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar.

"Through America the Beautiful Quarters coins, we will be transported to national parks, forests and wildlife refuges, part of a vast public land legacy belonging to all Americans-natural and cultural treasures protected for our recreation, relaxation, education, inspiration and transformation," Director Moy said.

"This program holds real value in helping Americans of all ages learn more about U.S. history, landmarks and culture through highlighting 56 national parks and sites throughout our country and territories in a series of quarters that will live on for generations," said Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios.

The first quarter in the series, which honors Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, will be released into circulation on April 19, with an official launch ceremony in Hot Springs on April 20. It will be followed by quarters honoring Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming (June); Yosemite National Park in California (July); Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona (September); and Mount Hood National Forest in Oregon (November).

America the Beautiful Quarters Designs
The image on the reverse (tails side) of the Hot Springs National Park quarter depicts the façade of the Hot Springs National Park headquarters building with a fountain in the foreground. The headquarters was built in the Spanish colonial revival style and completed in 1936. The National Park Service emblem is featured to the right of the door. Inscriptions are HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

The image on the reverse of the Yellowstone National Park quarter features the Old Faithful geyser with a mature bull bison in the foreground. Inscriptions are YELLOWSTONE, WYOMING, 2010 and
E PLURIBUS UNUM.

The image on the reverse of the Yosemite National Park quarter depicts the iconic El Capitan, which rises more than 3,000 feet above the valley floor and is the largest monolith of granite in the world. Inscriptions are YOSEMITE, CALIFORNIA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

The image on the reverse of the Grand Canyon National Park quarter features a view of the granaries above the Nankoweap Delta in Marble Canyon near the Colorado River. Marble Canyon is the northernmost section of the Grand Canyon. Granaries were used for storing food and seeds (A.D. 500). Inscriptions are GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

The image on the reverse of the Mount Hood National Forest quarter depicts a view of Mount Hood with Lost Lake in the foreground. Inscriptions are MOUNT HOOD, OREGON, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Each coin in the series features a common obverse (heads side) with the 1932 portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan, which has been restored to bring out subtle details and the beauty of the original model. Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and QUARTER DOLLAR.

"Today we celebrate the breathtaking landscapes and natural heritage of ‘America the Beautiful,' by commemorating our country's most treasured places on our currency," Secretary Salazar said. "When people come across one of these quarters, they will see the word 'Liberty' on one side and a national park, refuge, or forest on the other. They will know that Americans cherish these things dearly and desire to share both the freedom and the beauty of our land with all who likewise cherish them."
And here they are.
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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von dbl » 7. April 2010 05:01

2010 America the Beautiful Quarters Release Dates

- Hot Springs America the Beautiful Quarter - April 19, 2010
- Yellowstone America the Beautiful Quarter - June 1, 2010
- Yosemite America the Beautiful Quarter - July 26, 2010
- Grand Canyon America the Beautiful Quarter - September 20, 2010
- Mount Hood America the Beautiful Quarter - November 15, 2010

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von dbl » 10. April 2010 03:17

Hot Springs it is. ;-)
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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von dbl » 14. April 2010 21:30

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U.S.Mint hat geschrieben:April 12, 2010

Hot Springs National Park Quarter Available in Bags and Rolls Beginning April 19


WASHINGTON - The United States Mint today announced the release of products featuring the Hot Springs National Park quarter at noon Eastern Time (ET) on April 19, 2010. Available options include a two-roll set priced at $32.95 each and 100-coin bags priced at $35.95 each.

The Hot Springs National Park quarter is the first release in the America the Beautiful QuartersTM Program, the United States Mint's new 12-year coin program that will honor 56 national parks and national sites.

The coins contained in the bags and rolls were struck on the main production floors of the United States Mint facilities at Denver and Philadelphia for use in general circulation. The two-roll set includes one roll each of 40 coins-one each bearing the "P" and "D" mint marks-wrapped in distinctive packaging displaying the name of the national park or site, state abbreviation, mint of origin, and "$10," the total value of its contents. Each canvas bag has a tag with the "P" or "D" mint mark, name of the national park or site, state abbreviation, and "$25," the total value of its contents.

The coin's reverse (tails side) design depicts the façade of the Hot Springs National Park headquarters building with a fountain in the foreground. The headquarters was built in the Spanish colonial revival style and completed in 1936. The National Park Service emblem is featured to the right of the door. Inscriptions on the reverse are HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. It was designed by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Don Everhart and sculpted by Sculptor-Engraver Joseph Menna.

The coin's obverse (heads side) design features the 1932 portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan, which has been restored to bring out subtle details and the beauty of the original model. Inscriptions on the obverse are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and QUARTER DOLLAR. Each coin in the series will bear the same obverse design.
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Price for two-roll set is $32.95.
Price for 100-coin bag is $35.95


And the launch ceremony is schedule for April 20.
U.S. Mint hat geschrieben:United States Mint to Launch Hot Springs National Park Quarter April 20

First Coin in America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program to be Presented on Park’s 178th Anniversary

The United States Mint will join National Park Service officials on Tuesday, April 20, to launch the first coin in the America the Beautiful QuartersTM Program honoring Hot Springs National Park. The ceremony, which will take place on the park's 178th anniversary, will be held in front of the Administration Building at 10 a.m. Central Time (CT). A coin exchange will immediately follow the event. Cash can be exchanged for $10 rolls of the Hot Springs National Park America the Beautiful Quarter at face value.

WHAT

Presentation of the Hot Springs National Park America the Beautiful Quarter

WHO

United States Mint Director Ed Moy

WHEN

Tuesday, April 20, 2010, 10 a.m. (CT)

WHERE

Hot Springs National Park - Administration Building
101 Reserve Street
Hot Springs, AR 71901

The United States Mint will hold a Coin Forum on Monday evening, April 19, at 5 p.m. (CT). The Coin Forum is an opportunity for the public to express their views about future coinage, and to learn about upcoming United States Mint coin programs and initiatives. The event will be held at the Quapaw Bath House, 413 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, AR, 71901.
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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von martin2007 » 15. April 2010 10:31

Ich habe die Münzen in Abo bestellt, und freue mich auf Lieferung.

:D :D :D

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von dbl » 15. April 2010 20:24

Reverses of coins in uncirculated quality.
All pictures: U.S. Mint.
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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von ursus » 15. April 2010 21:45

Hallo - besonders an Martin 2007: Bisher hatte ich auch ein Abo für Münzen bei der United Mint und zahlte bis zu 20,85 $ für S und H. Die neue Beautiful Quarters Serie, neben dem dazugehörigen Leuchtturm - Münzalbum - und meine bisherigen 1 $ Presidential Münzen habe ich nun " über einen uns bekannten Händler, namens Kai" ,bereits im Februar geordert und spare so eine Menge :jubel: :jubel: an Versand- u. evtl. Zollkosten und "Schreibkram" !. Dafür nehme ich, zugegebenermaßen, eine verzögerte Lieferung gerne in Kauf, weiß ich doch , dass ich alles und in bester Qualität erhalte. Oder gibt es irgendwelche Vorbehalte ? Und sollte ich etwas übersehen haben, dann "gleis(t )mich,bitte, auf".
ursus

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von martin2007 » 16. April 2010 17:41

ursus hat geschrieben:Hallo - besonders an Martin 2007: Bisher hatte ich auch ein Abo für Münzen bei der United Mint und zahlte bis zu 20,85 $ für S und H. Die neue Beautiful Quarters Serie, neben dem dazugehörigen Leuchtturm - Münzalbum - und meine bisherigen 1 $ Presidential Münzen habe ich nun " über einen uns bekannten Händler, namens Kai" ,bereits im Februar geordert und spare so eine Menge :jubel: :jubel: an Versand- u. evtl. Zollkosten und "Schreibkram" !. Dafür nehme ich, zugegebenermaßen, eine verzögerte Lieferung gerne in Kauf, weiß ich doch , dass ich alles und in bester Qualität erhalte. Oder gibt es irgendwelche Vorbehalte ? Und sollte ich etwas übersehen haben, dann "gleis(t )mich,bitte, auf".
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Lieber Ursus,

denkst du, daß ich ein Abo bei US Mint habe :wacko:

Mich kosten die ertsten 5 Münzen 2010, im original Blister 8.95 € + 2,95 € Versand.
Dann später restliche Jahre, 12,95 € + 2,95€ Versand.

ist ok, oder ?

:D :D :D

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von bingo » 16. April 2010 17:46

martin2007 hat geschrieben:Mich kosten die ertsten 5 Münzen 2010, im original Blister 8.95 € + 2,95 € Versand.
Dann später restliche Jahre, 12,95 € + 2,95€ Versand.

ist ok, oder ?
Was für ein Orginalblister ? Und tatsächlich 5 Münzen (jede ca 0,20€) für 8,95/12,95 € ?

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von martin2007 » 16. April 2010 17:50

Ich will und kann, hier keine Werbung für andere Händler machen.

:D :D :D

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von Kai » 16. April 2010 21:14

Für 5 Quarter zahlst du knapp 9 Euro ??

und später sogar fast 13,- ???

Verstehe ich hier was falsch ?

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von martin2007 » 16. April 2010 22:12

Das ganze sieht so aus :

http://www.silver-coin.de/america.jpg

:?: :?: :?:

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von Kai » 16. April 2010 22:29

Und das ist ein original deutsch beschrifteter amerikanischer Quarter Blister ?

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Re: 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 16. April 2010 22:32

Die gute alte deutsch-amerikanische Freundschaft. Bei den Amis ist Deutsch die zweite Muttersprache :ROFL:.
Bestimmt so ein selbsthergestelltes Angebot vom Münzhaus mit den drei Buchstaben.

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