Order in time for Veteran's Day! Add one of these special commemorative coins to your collection. The proof silver dollars are $43.95 each and the uncirculated silver dollars $35.95 each. These commemorative coins honor those who gave so much for their country and are emblematic of the many stories of our disabled veterans' courage, loyalty and sacrifice. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own one today!
The United States Mint released the ever-popular 2010 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins on October 7. You may order the one-ounce, one-half ounce, one-quarter ounce or one-tenth ounce coins or get them all in one four-coin set! Place your order for one or more of these options today. There are no order limits!
Collectors—get ready for the release of the 2010 American Eagle Silver Proof Coin! These popular coins will finally be available for sale on November 19 at 12 noon (ET). The obverse (heads side) features Lady Liberty in full stride enveloped in the folds of the American flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. Featured on the coin's reverse (tails) is the image of a heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left. This year, the coins will be priced at $45.95. Household orders will be limited to 100 units.
Visit www.americathebeautifulquarters.gov for all of your America the Beautiful Quarters information, including release schedules, launch events and products.
|11/15/2010||America the Beautiful Quarters® Bags and Two-Roll Set—Mount Hood (OR)|
|11/17/2010||America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set™—Hot Springs|
|11/18/2010||Abraham Lincoln $1 Coin Rolls|
|11/19/2010||America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set™|
|11/19/2010||2010 American Eagle Silver Proof Coin|
|11/23/2010||America the Beautiful Quarters Uncirculated Coin Set™|
|12/02/2010||First Spouse Series One-Half Ounce Gold Coin—Mary Todd Lincoln|
Can you find the state of Arkansas on a map of the United States? Do you know in what part of California you can find Yosemite National Park? Where is the Grand Canyon, anyway?
Well, you don't have to know the answers to play the new game "State the Site"....because you'll learn them by playing! You can "State the Site" by simply dropping the 2010 quarters on the correct states.
"State the Site" is the first game in a series called "America the Beautiful Quarters® Games." Every year of the 11-year America the Beautiful Quarters Program, a new game will be created to help you get to know the national sites commemorated on these circulating quarters.
Then, when you see one of these national sites on a quarter, you'll know something about the site that you didn't know before. So drop by the United States Mint's Web site and play the America the Beautiful Quarters® Games to win!
Grand Canyon National Park may seem to have only rocks, water and a few plants, but there are many hidden treasures when you look closer.