This listing is for a National Parks Quarter Folder Deluxe by Littleton for America The Beautiful Commemorative Quarters 2010 through 2021 LCF40. This colorful four panel National Parks Quarter Folder holds one of the business strike National Parks Quarters from either the Philadelphia (P) or Denver (D)Mints from 2010 through 2021. The National Parks Quarter Folder is organized in yearly columns each containing the 5 ports for the respective year's National Parks Quarters for a total of 56 ports (2021 has one port because it is the last of the series). The National Parks Quarter Folder includes a write up on the history and characteristics of the National Park Quarters. Also included on the inside covers of the National Parks Quarter Folder is a two page colorful table with Quarter release year, State, Site, Established year of Site, and Federal Entity information. This National Parks Quarter Folder is new from our inventory.
Littleton's exclusive coin folders are affordably priced, yet handsome and durable. This deluxe National Parks Quarter Folder measures 7.5" x 10" when closed to easily fit on your bookshelf. They are made of acid-free materials and are archival quality. Made in U.S.A.
Information on the National Parks Quarters for the America The Beautiful Commemorative Quarters Program:
From 2010 through 2021 the US Mint is issuing National Parks Commemorative Quarters with special reverse designs celebrating National Parks and other National Historic Sites. A National Park or National Historic Site is being honored in each of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the five US Territories: Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, US Virgin Islands, and Northern Mariana Islands. Each National Park or National Historic Site was selected for its natural or historical significance. The National Parks Quarters are being minted and issued at the rate of 5 designs a year, in approximately ten week intervals. The National Parks Quarters are being released in the order that the locations were first designated as National Sites. The Obverse side of the coins features a smaller restoration of the original Washington Quarter portrait, modeled from designer John Flanagan's 1932 plaster. The Reverse of each coin will feature a representation of the unique character and environment of each State, District, or Territory's National Park or Historic Site.
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