2011 P & D Montana Glacier National Park Quarters GEM BU America the Beautiful
Item # IT037085
.750 Copper, .250 Nickel
We are pleased to offer for sale these2011 Montana Glacier National Park Quarters in GEM BU condition from the US Mint's America the Beautiful Quarters Program. These Glacier National Park Quarter come one each from the Philadelphia (P) and Denver (D) Mints. These coins are from original BU rolls or US Mint Sets. ThisGlacier National Park Quarter is the seventh release in the America the Beautiful Quarters Series. TheGlacier National Park is featured seventh because it was established as a National Park on February 27th, 1897 by the National Park Service, the seventh national reservation in United States history.
Information on Glacier National Park:
Glacier National Park is located in the Rocky Mountains in northwestern Montana near the Canadian border. Glacier National Park is known for its pristine meadows, rigid mountains, and spectacular lakes. Glacier National Park is adjacent to Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park. The two parks compose the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Glacier National Park has an area of 1,013,572 acres.
Information on the United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Program:
From 2010 through 2021 the US Mint is issuing commemorative quarters with special reverse designs celebrating National Parks and other National Sites. A park or 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 Site was selected for its natural or historical significance. The National Park Quarters are being minted and issued at the rate of 5 designs a year, in approximately ten week intervals. The National Park Quarters are being released in the order that the locations were first designated as National Sites. The Obverse side of the coins feature 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.
Circulation strikes will be made at the Philadelphia (P) and Denver (D) mints. The San Francisco (S) mint will strike the Proofs in clad composition and silver. Clad composition strikes contain an outer layer of 75% copper and 25% nickel bonded to an inner core of pure copper with a 24.33 mm diameter, 5.67 grams weight, and a reeded edge. The silver strikes will contain 90% silver and 10% copper with a 24.33 mm diameter, 6.25 grams weight, and a reeded edge.