A Groundbreaking Release in the America The Beautiful Series: The First Ever West Point Mint-Mark Quarter!
Since their launch in 1999, the U.S. Mint’s State Quarter Collection has been without a doubt one of the most popular coin programs in their long and storied history. With five coins per year, and one coin for each of the 50 states and 6 U.S. Territories, these special quarters were the absolute King-of-the-Hill for everyday collectors.
The follow-up to this stunning collection was the popular America The Beautiful coin program starting in 2010. The America the Beautiful Program shifted the focus from the states themselves to the national parks and monuments within each state, releasing 5 new coins every year until 2021.
This year, 2019, saw the America the Beautiful coin series break new ground for the U.S. Mint: the creation of the first ever circulating West Point Mint-Mark Quarters! Until now, there has never been a quarter in U.S. Mint History struck at the West Point Mint with the ‘W’ mint mark!
We have put together a special 4pc. Set that contains all four of the different Lowell National Park Quarters in our award-winning collectors display lens!
A Modern Day Treasure Hunt – the Search for the ‘Secret’ W-Mint Quarters!
Starting with the first quarter released in 2019, the Lowell National Park, the United States Mint mixed these special West Point Mint quarters into the bags of Philadelphia and Denver Mint uncirculated pieces that are released annually… this turned finding these quarters into a modern day treasure hunt!
ONLY 2-million of these coins will be made. Easily one of the rarest quarters ever struck by the U.S. Mint!
That is right, the ONLY way to get your hands on these stunning first-of-their-kind West Point Quarters was to buy an entire bag of Philadelphia or Denver mint quarters and search through them by hand – Luckily, we have done the hard work for you!
Each of our 4pc. Sets contains all four quarters released to honor the Lowell National Park, making it the 1st 4pc. Quarter set released with the same design in U.S. Mint history!