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Any news or updates on the National park quarters program? Good sites?

 

The following site:

http://www.parkquarters.com/park-quarter-news/

hasn't had a new post in a while

the US mint PR is old.

nationalparkquarters.com hasn't said much new either.

 

I'd read the blurb about putting T.R. on the coins instead of G.W. but I'd guess that would be doubtful.

Just looking for any news on the quarters or the 5 oz silvers that are to come with it. Thanks.

 

Ciao,

AWACS

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I haven't heard or read anything new about this in a while. Maybe the economic conditions are causing the Mint to hold off on this program. I know they review committee had approved the first designs but no word since then. I think the Lincolns have the Mint pretty busy these days.

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I'd hope the mint could keep up ;-) But with the Presidents, the Native American dollar, cents, and extra quarter I'll cut them a break...

 

They still haven't come out with the proof eagles either. It will be interesting to see if those come out in low numbers which push up the after market.

 

Ciao,

AWACS

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  • 3 months later...

The Mint has posted the list of quarters on their website - link below.

 

For 2010:

 

Arkansas - Hot Springs National Park

Wyoming - Yellowstone National Park

California - Yosemite National Park

Arizona - Grand Canyon National Park

Oregon - Mt. Hood National Forest

 

I can't wait for the designs to be show. I think this will be a great program.

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There's some logic about the order of Federal actions concerning them or some such thing. I've never seen anything that really explains it.

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