2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter 100-Coin Bag

The 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter 100-Coin Bag will be issued by the US Mint and contain 100 circulation quality strikes of the sixth coin to appear as part of the America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program.

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These strikes will also represent the first of the program to be issued in 2011 which debuted a year earlier. Included in the bag will be 100 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarters struck at either the US Mint facility in Philadelphia or the US Mint facility in Denver – buyers choice.

Four more America the Beautiful Quarters will be struck in 2011 followed by another 46 in the next nine years.

2011 America the Beautiful Quarters

The five 2011 America the Beautiful Quarters shown in their correct release order are:

  • 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter representing Pennsylvania
  • 2011 Glacier National Park Quarter representing Montana
  • 2011 Olympic National Park Quarter representing Washington
  • 2011 Vicksburg National Military Park Quarter representing Mississippi
  • 2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quarter representing Oklahoma

Aside from the 100-coin bags shown here, the US Mint will also produce many other products containing the Gettysburg coin including two-roll sets, proof and mint sets, etc.

Issue Information

Each bag will be imprinted with the contents of "U.S. Mint Quarters $25.00." A special label will be sewn onto each bag indicating its specific contents of Gettysburg Quarters and which Mint facility they were produced at.

Release Date

The US Mint released the Gettysburg 100-Coin Bags on January 27, 2011.

Issue Price

The US Mint charged $49.95 per 100-coin bag.

U.S. Mint Production Facility

Each bag includes 100-circulation quality strikes from the US Mint facility in Denver or the US Mint facility in Philadelphia – buyer’s choice.

Designer & Sculptor / Engraver

The portrait of George Washington, first President of the United States, found on the obverse (heads side) of each America the Beautiful Quarter was originally designed by John Flanagan. It has been used in one form or another on the quarter dollars since 1932.

Shown on the reverse of the strike is an image of the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument. The reverse was designed by Joel Iskowitz and sculpted by Phebe Hemphill.

Coin Specifications

Face Value: $.25
Finish: Circulation (Business Strike)
Composition: 8.33% Ni
Balance Cu
Standard Weight: 5.670 g
Standard Diameter: 0.955 in.
24.26 mm
Edge: Reeded

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