Parks Quarters Release Dates – The US Mint has released images and release dates for five 2020 spots that recognize national parks and locations in American Samoa, Connecticut, the US Virgin Islands, Vermont and Kansas.
The United States Mint’s 2020 fine quarter-dollar series honors American Samoa National Park in American Samoa, the Weir Farm Museum in Connecticut, the Salt River Bay National Museum and Conservancy in the -American Islands, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park in Vermont, and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas
Parks Quarters Release Dates
They represent the 51st through 55th coins from the United States Mint’s Good Quarters® program. The series requires a quarter page in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five US territories. The 56-page unit will be honored with the final seasonal model released in 2021.
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In August, the US Mint unveiled line art images for these coins (and the 2021 coin), revealing their designs and identifying the artists who created them. More than 50 contestants compete before the final five are chosen.
The groups will begin moving into circulation through the Federal Reserve on the dates posted above, with all types at the US Mint locations in Denver and Philadelphia. The San Francisco Mint also produces quarter dollars but for special type models. The US Mint in 2020 will issue quarters struck from all three locations in a variety of designs, including:
The United States Mint will use the same design on consumer and collector coins that are composed of five ounces of 99.9% fine silver and struck to a diameter of 3 inches.
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Printed images of the United States Mint and a brief description of the five designs that appear on the reverses or tails of the quarter are presented below.
The design of Mr. Masters show a mother Samoan Mixed Bat hanging in a tree with her cubs showing the care and energy that this species brings to their young. The design aims to raise public awareness of the endangered nature of the species due to habitat loss and commercial hunting. American Samoa National Park is the only national park in the United States that is home to the Samoan Fruit Bat. The inscriptions are “NATIONAL PART,” “AMERICAN SAMOA,” “2020,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”
Mr. Kunz’s design shows the artist, wearing a painter’s smock, painting outside Julian Alden Weir’s studio at Weir Farm. It was inspired by various studio photographs and Weir’s paintings of the building, as well as Weir’s paintings of skilled craftsmen in rural areas. The inscription “A NAJERAL PARK FOR ART” is included. The additional inscriptions are “WEIR FARM,” “CONNECTICUT,” “2020,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”
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Mr Masters’ picture shows a mangrove tree in its early stages of life, as it grows from a small plant to a large tree. The design has brought awareness to the park’s mangrove forests and the uniqueness of the species that reproduces in salt water. The inscriptions include “SALT RIVER BAY,” “US VIRGIN ISLANDS,” “2020,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”
The design of Ms. A weaver shows a girl who has just finished a Norway spruce next to an established tree, following the life of the forest. The boy represents conservationists trying to preserve sustainable forests for future enjoyment and education. The inscription “LAND STEWARDSHIP” raises the bar. The additional letters are “MARSH-BILLINGS-ROCKEFELLER,” “VERMONT,” “2020,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”
The design of Ms. Damstra contrasts an aerial view of Regal Fritillary butterflies against a backdrop of Big Bluestem and Indian grass, which marks Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. The inscriptions are “TALLGRASS PRAIRIE,” “KANSAS,” “2020,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”
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United States The Good Coins, a portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan, have the same design. This image has been on quarter dollars since 1932. The image was digitally enhanced in 2010 to bring out more of the original design. A limited number of collectibles have been struck at the United States Mint and issue date for the 2022 United States Women’s Quarter. Authorized under Public Law 116-330, the Mint has a four-year series of Women’s Quarters™ United States featuring obverses (tails) that celebrate the contributions of great women who shaped American history.
The United States Mint’s 2022 American Women Quarters™ program celebrates the achievements of Maya Angelou, Dr. Sally Ride, Wilma Mankiller, Nina Otero-Warren and Anna May Wong. (U.S. Mint photos.)
The seasonal program calls for five special seasonal programs each year from 2022 and continuing through 2025. The women identified in 2022 are:
National Park Quarter Designs
In October, the US Mint unveiled line art images for these pieces from a multi-design selection process.
Up to two months of development, some seasonal release dates, and other seasonal product information are available.
For example, 2022 Maya Angelou quarter began shipping earlier this month, with an official release date of January 3. Some have already appeared in pocket change.
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Also, the United States Mint will begin selling undated Maya Angelou rolls and bags on February 7 at prices ranging from $36 to $54. They are made for coin collectors, coins and are not distributed and manually loaded in the press, and they are printed on special burners.
Download release dates for the remaining four quarters of 2022 have not yet been announced, although releases for the months of March, June, August and November are based on previous quarter releases.
Editor’s note: The latest publication date is March 21 for Dr. Sally Ride, June 6 for Wilma Mankiller’s quarter, August 15 for Nina Otero-Warren’s quarter, and sometime in October for Anna May Wong’s quarter.
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Additionally, the US Mint has March 22 as the release date for Dr. Sally Ride quarter rolls and bags. (
) Currently, rolls and bags of Wilma Mankiller quarters, Nina Otero-Warren quarters and Anna May Wong quarters have additional spring, summer and fall release dates.
Editor’s note: The posted dates for the roll and bag are June 14 for Wilma Mankiller’s quarter, August 16 for Nina Otero-Warren’s quarter, and October 25 for Anna May Wong’s quarter.
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As for the annual quarterly sets, the US Mint has not set release dates for the 2022 American Women Promotional Design Grades or the 2022 American Women Professional Series, but they have posted photos and prices for them.
Editor’s Note: The US Mint published a date of March 8 for the proof set and March 29 for the silver proof set.
Images of the United States Mint 2022 Quarter Proof Set and 2022 Quarter Proof Set. The sets contain five 2022 pieces in quality assurance.
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Authentic coins, which are also specially made for collectors, have a frosted face and a mirror finish. The composition of the proof pieces is the same as those produced in different places while the silver proof pieces are made of 99.9% fine silver. The silver set will be $21, the silver set will be $73.
Finally, the US Mint will also issue five ornaments each featuring one of the quarters in unmarked quality.
Images of the United States Mint’s 2022 Women of America Medals. Such products are almost sold out, Mint reported on Wednesday.
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The painting shows Maya Angelou with her arms raised. Behind her is a bird in flight and the sunrise, images inspired by her poetry and a symbol of how she lived. The inscriptions are “STATE OF AMERICA,” “MAYA ANGELOU,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “DOLLAR QUARTER.”
This picture shows Dr. Ride by the window on the plane, she encouraged, “But when I’m not working, I’m usually at the window looking at the world.” The inscription “E PLURIBUS UNUM” was deliberately placed on the surface of the Earth near the United States, showing that among all women in the United States, Dr. Cycling is the first to a place. Additional inscriptions are “STATE OF AMERICA,” “QUARTER DOLLAR,” and “DR. SALLY RIDE.”
This design shows Wilma Mankiller with a strong eye on the future. The wind is behind her, and she is covered with a traditional shawl. On the left is the seven-pointed star of the Cherokee Nation. The inscriptions “STATE OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” “QUARTER DOLLAR,” “WILMA MANKILLER,” “CHEROKEE NATION,” and “CHEROKEE NATION,” are written in Cherokee script.
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The design features a portrait of Nina Otero-Warren on the left, next to three Yucca flowers – the state flower of New Mexico. The inscriptions “STATE OF AMERICA,” “QUARTER DOLLAR,” “E PLUIBUS UNUM,” “NINA OTERO-WARREN,” and “VOTO PARA LA MUJER,” are the Spanish equivalent of the suffragist slogan. “Votes for Women.”
This photo shows Anna May Wong close up with her head resting on her hands, surrounded by the bright lights of the marquee. The inscriptions are “STATE OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” “QUARTER DOLLAR,” and “ANNA MAY WONG.”
Portraits (self-portraits) are common throughout the four-year series.