In early April, the U.S. Mint released the fourth edition of its p-quarter program. On that same day, the Bank of Guam held a coin exchange in honor of the new coins. A crowd of more than 1,200 people turned out to witness the coin’s release. The new p-quarter was the 47th of 56 in America the Beautiful quarters series. While these coins were never intended to be circulated, they will now be available in circulation.
This coin features George Washington in portrait mode. The obverse features an altered version of Flanagan’s portrait of the Founding Father. It also includes various inscriptions. The coin is struck from an original roll and is in brilliant uncirculated condition. If you’d like to own one of these coins, make sure to check out the details of the coins’ designs. A lot of people find the designs attractive, and they’ll be delighted to collect the coins.
The United States Mint is releasing two new p-quarters this year. The 2019-P honors the Northern Mariana Islands and is the second release in America the Beautiful quarter’s program. Each coin is in brilliant uncirculated condition and is guaranteed to be unique. In addition to these new p-quarters, the 2019-D and S proof quarters celebrate the military service of American forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
The price of a 2019-P American Memorial Park America the Beautiful quarter will range from $0.56 to $1.14. Coin collectors should also consider the coin’s melt value, which is the value of the metal the coin is made from. You can find this information online by using coin price charts and coin graders. Buying and selling coins with a high melt value will likely result in a better profit than a p-quarter with a low grade.
The United States Mint is also releasing a new series of p-quarters for the 2020 issue. These coins feature a new design. A quarter with the date 2020 is available, and it is the second-highest-graded coin released this year. It will be minted by the West Point Mint. The new series also features the -W quarters and honor various historical sites or monuments in each state.