Making its debut this month is the latest quarter to be released in the America the Beautiful Quarters Program®—Chickasaw National Recreation Area. Now you can learn about the natural habit of Chickasaw National Recreation Area when you purchase bags and rolls of this unique quarter. It features a reverse image of the Lincoln Bridge that was commemorated in 1909 to celebrate the centennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth. View designs of the quarter or purchase one or more of these product options for yourself.
These bronze medals recognize the dedicated service and sacrifice of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team (RCT) and Military Intelligence Service of the U.S. Army during World War II. Featured on the obverse (heads) are Nisei soldiers, along with the 442nd RCT color guard in the lower left field. Inscriptions on the outer rim include NISEI SOLDIERS OF WORLD WAR II and GO FOR BROKE, the motto of the 442nd RCT. The reverse design represents the insignias of each of the three units and includes a taro leaf, a traditional Hawaiian helmet, the "Go for Broke" Torch of Liberty soldier patch and a sphinx, a traditional symbol of secrecy. Connect with us here to find out more about these interesting medals.
The New Frontier Bronze Medal honors the 40th Anniversary of the first lunar landing by humans and the significant achievements of astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr., Michael Collins and John Herschel Glenn Jr. The obverse (heads) design features a likeness of the astronauts, and the reverse features the Lunar Excursion Module orbiting the moon and the Friendship 7 mission capsule orbiting the Earth with the inscription WE CAME IN PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND. Purchase this medal to add to your collection now.
This standard coin set is one of many treasures available from the United States Mint. Each set contains 10 circulating quarters minted in 2011 from each of the United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia and Denver. Convenient packaging allows the quarters to be easily removed for storage in your collection or to be placed in albums and folders. These coins sets make perfect gifts for the coin enthusiasts in your life. Order today!
The 2011 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins are perfect additions to showcase in your collection. Each coin is produced with an uncirculated finish and has a nominal face value of 25 cents. Produced from .999 fine silver, the coins are encapsulated and set in a protective outer box with an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity. Place your order for one of these extraordinary coins now!
|12/01/2011||2011 First Spouse Series One-Half Ounce Gold Coin—Lucretia Garfield|
|12/01/2011||Lucretia Garfield Bronze Medal|
|12/01/2011||2011 First Spouse Bronze Medal Series: Four Medal Set|
|12/20/2011||2011 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set™—Chickasaw National Recreation Area|
|12/22/2011||2011 United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set™—James Garfield|
|12/29/2011||2011 James Garfield $1 Coin Cover|
November's Coin of the Month celebrates the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the latest quarter to be released in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program. The quarter's design focuses on the Lincoln Bridge, which crosses the site's Travertine Creek.
Plinky takes the opportunity to delve into the history of this bridge in November's Coin of the Month. Come by and find out more about one of the park's oldest landmarks!
Have you checked out the Coin Memory Game lately? It has undergone a dramatic transformation. Not only has the design been updated, but you get to choose which H.I.P. Pocket Change Pal and which set of coins you'd like to play the game with!
Both levels in this game test your memory and increase your coin knowledge through an information page. The six collections of coins include information on each of the coin designs in the set currently in play. The easier level (eight pairs) includes images of the 50 State Quarters® and the America the Beautiful Quarters® programs. (These sets appear in random groups of eight.) The more challenging level (12 pairs) uses circulating, historical, commemorative and Presidential $1 coins. Which one will be your favorite?