Celebrate the rich tradition, history and heritage of the U.S. Army with the 2011 United States Army Commemorative Coins. Pay tribute to the men and women who have so courageously and selflessly served our great Nation by purchasing the $5 gold, silver dollar or clad half-dollar coins. Purchase one of these remarkable coins for yourself or as a special gift. Order beginning January 31!
Coin enthusiasts may now enjoy the fine beauty of the 2011 United States Mint Proof Set. This traditional set contains 14 circulating coins in stunning proof quality. Purchase one of these sets now or sign up for an Online Subscription to automatically receive future sets released in the series. Purchase your set today!
The unique 2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set is now available. This classic set features a total of 14 proof coins, including the second group of commemorative quarter-dollars in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program. The dime, half-dollar and quarter-dollar coins are struck in lustrous 90 percent silver. Purchase one or more of these sets today!
The Gettysburg National Military Park quarter is the sixth coin in the America the Beautiful Quarters Program. The coin's reverse design depicts the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument, along with the inscriptions GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. Purchase these quarters now in 100-coin bags or in two-roll sets.
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|02/08/2011||2011 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set®|
|02/15/2011||2011 Kennedy Half-Dollar Bag and Two-Roll Set|
|02/22/2011||2011 United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set™|
|02/23/2011||Andrew Johnson $1 Coin Rolls|
|02/25/2011||2011 Medal of Honor Commemorative Coins|
|02/28/2011||2011 Native American $1 Coins|
For January’s Coin of the Month, Peter the Mint Eagle talks about a pivotal point in the Battle of Gettysburg. Why? Because that monumental battle sparked a monumental design for the first quarter of 2011: the Gettysburg National Military Park quarter.
The quarter features an image of one of the many monuments carefully placed on the field at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Let Peter tell you how, in many ways, this particular monument summarizes the events of that fateful engagement as he pens January’s Coin of the Month.
The first issue of Making Cents for 2011 is ready and waiting for you in the Coin News area of the United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site for kids! Read about the latest dollars, quarters, and an expanding purple piggy bank!
This issue’s puzzle is a secret code...at least, it’s a secret until you use the clues to crack it and decode the message! Go by and unlock the winter 2011 issue of Making Cents!