Coin Type Specifications
Region: US
Denomination: 25C
Diameter: 24.3 (mm)
Coin Metal Composition:
Copper [75%] 4.2525 (g)
Nickel [25%] 1.4175 (g)
Total Mass: 5.67 (g)

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America the Beautiful Clad Quarters
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US - America the Beautiful Clad Quarters

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Coin Type Coins
America the Beautiful Clad Quarters Coin Composition
Composition Totals From 2 Coins
Copper : 8.505 Grams
Nickel : 2.835 Grams
Total Mass : 11.34 Grams

Metal USD/Pound USD/Troy Ounce USD/Gram Grams/Coin USD/Coin
Copper $2.091 $0.143 $0.005 4.2525 g $0.020
Nickel $4.494 $0.308 $0.010 1.4175 g $0.014
Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For Each Coin: $0.034
Combined Precious and Base Metal Melt Value For 2 Coins: $0.067
- Precious Metal prices updated on 07-24-2017
2 Example Coins Found...

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Coin Type Description
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COIN TYPE DESCRIPTION
Years Minted: 2010-current
Mint Marks: P D S
Denomination: 25C
Obverse Design: Washington
Obverse Designer: John Flanagan
Reverse Design: COIN SERIES
Reverse Designer: MIXED
America the Beautiful Quarters

The America the Beautiful Quarters are a series of 25-cent pieces (quarters) issued by the United States Mint from 2010 until at least 2021. The series may be extended at the option of the Secretary of the Treasury, potentially extending the series to 2033. The obverse of all the coins will depict George Washington in a restored version of the original portrait used for the 1932 Washington Quarter. There will be five new reverse designs each year (one in 2021) each depicting a national park or national site (one from each state, the federal district, and each territory). The program is authorized by the America’s Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008.

Coin details

Quarters will be issued depicting designs of national parks and sites in the order of which that park or site was deemed a national site.[2] The quarters from three different states will depict parks or sites that were previously portrayed on the state quarters (Grand Canyon in Arizona, Yosemite in California, and Mount Rushmore in South Dakota). Though they will depict the same sites, they bear new designs.[3]

Beginning with the El Yunque (Puerto Rico) design in the America the Beautiful Quarters program, the U.S. Mint [4] began selling (at a premium) uncirculated 40-coin rolls and 100-coin bags of quarters with the San Francisco mint mark. These coins were not included in the 2012 uncirculated sets or the three-coin ATB quarter sets (which consisted of an uncirculated "P" and "D" and proof "S" specimen) and no "S" mint-marked quarters are being released into circulation, so that mintages will be determined solely by direct demand for the "S" mint-marked coins. As of January 2013 initial United States Mint sales figures indicated that between 1.3 million and 1.6 million of each 2012 design had been struck at the San Francisco mint, close to the announced mintage of 1.4 million for each design. Direct U.S. Mint sale of rolls and bags of uncirculated business strike coins continued with the 2013 American the Beautiful quarter issues, with actual quantities again to be determined by customer orders. Although the mintages of the uncirculated "S" quarters are considerably lower than that of the "P" and "D" mint-marked coins, none are being released into circulation so that the quantities minted will not be reduced by the attrition normally associated with circulating coins (similar to the situation with the Columbian half dollar minted in 1892 and 1893). Consequently, supplies of mint state specimens will remain readily available and the collector value of "S" mint uncirculated quarters probably will be very little more than that for the "P" and "D" uncirculated quarters.

Designs

Jurisdiction Design
Arkansas Hot Springs National Park 4/19/2010
Wyoming Yellowstone National Park 6/1/2010
California Yosemite National Park 7/26/2010
Arizona Grand Canyon National Park 9/20/2010
Oregon Mt. Hood National Forest 11/15/2010
Pennsylvania Gettysburg National Military Park 1/24/2011
Montana Glacier National Park 4/4/2011
Washington Olympic National Park 6/13/2011
Mississippi Vicksburg National Military Park 8/29/2011
Oklahoma Chickasaw National Recreation Area 11/14/2011
Puerto Rico El Yunque National Forest 1/23/2012
New Mexico Chaco Culture National Historical Park 4/2/2012
Maine Acadia National Park 6/11/2012
Hawaii Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 8/27/2012
Alaska Denali National Park 11/5/2012
New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest 1/28/2013
Ohio Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial 4/1/2013
Nevada Great Basin National Park 6/10/2013
Maryland Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine 8/26/2013
South Dakota Mount Rushmore National Memorial 11/4/2013
Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1/27/2014
Virginia Shenandoah National Park 4/7/2014
Utah Arches National Park 6/9/2014
Colorado Great Sand Dunes National Park 8/25/2014
Florida Everglades National Park 11/3/2014
Nebraska TBD 1/26/2015
Louisiana Kisatchie National Forest 4/6/2015
North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway 6/8/2015
Delaware Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge 8/31/2015
New York Saratoga National Historical Park 11/2/2015
Illinois TBD 1/25/2016
Kentucky Cumberland Gap National Historical Park 4/4/2016
West Virginia Harpers Ferry National Historical Park 6/13/2016
North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt National Park 8/29/2016
South Carolina Fort Moultrie (Fort Sumter National Monument) 11/7/2016
Iowa TBD 1/30/2017
D.C. Frederick Douglass National Historic Site 4/3/2017
Missouri Ozark National Scenic Riverways 6/12/2017
New Jersey Ellis Island (Statue of Liberty National Monument) 8/28/2017
Indiana George Rogers Clark National Historical Park 11/6/2017
Michigan TBD 1/29/2018
Wisconsin Apostle Islands National Lakeshore 4/2/2018
Minnesota Voyageurs National Park 6/11/2018
Georgia Cumberland Island National Seashore 8/27/2018
Rhode Island Block Island National Wildlife Refuge 11/5/2018
Massachusetts TBD 1/28/2019
NMI American Memorial Park 4/1/2019
Guam War in the Pacific National Historical Park 6/10/2019
Texas San Antonio Missions National Historical Park 8/26/2019
Idaho Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness 11/4/2019
American Samoa TBD 1/27/2020
Connecticut Weir Farm National Historic Site 4/6/2020
Virgin Islands Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve 6/8/2020
Vermont Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park 8/31/2020
Kansas Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve 11/2/2020
Alabama TBD 1/25/2021

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