Bags and rolls of the Hot Springs National Park Quarter were placed on sale by the United States Mint on Monday, April 19, (see article) — the day before they were ceremonial launched at the park itself on its 178th anniversary.
The debuting US Mint sales figures show that from Monday to Sunday the following Hot Spring quarter products were purchased:
Those wanting to purchase the inaugural United States Mint’s America the Beautiful Quarter may now do so. The U.S. Mint began selling the 2010 Hot Springs National Park Quarter directly to the public at Noon (Eastern) on Monday, April 19, 2010.
The circulation quality quarters are available in either 100-coin bags or in two-roll sets, as first written about on this site more than a month ago.
The two-roll sets contain one roll of 40 coins that was struck at the Mint’s facility in Philadelphia, thus showing the ‘P’ mintmark, and one roll struck at the Mint’s facility in Denver (‘D’ mintmark). This totals 80 coins and sells for $32.95, or $12.95 over the face value of the strikes within the very first America the Beautiful Quarters’ product from the Mint. Continue reading 2010 Hot Springs National Park Quarter Bags and Rolls→
The U.S. Mint this week said two-roll sets and 100-coin bags of the quarter-dollars will be available on April 19, 2010 at noon Eastern Time. The coins will be officially released into circulation on the same day.
The Hot Springs National Park Quarter is the first of the 56 quarters in the new 11-year program to honor National Parks and other National Sites in each state, DC and US Territories. Hot Springs National Park is located in Arkansas and presumably an official ceremonial launch by the Mint would occur there — an annoucement is yet to be made. Continue reading America the Beautiful Quarters Rolls Available April 19, 2010→