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19 Jul 2021

Yosemite quarters

| user_36221

Hello this is Ben I have been hearing stuff about the Yosemite quarter. There are about 100million of these and the are not that common. There is the Sequoia and kings canyon quarters about almost none. These were minted from 2010-2010. Sequoia national park quarters are old (as you can see in the picture) and rare. The kings canyon one is also rare.

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I. R. Bama

Level 5

Those are beautiful medals

Mike

Level 7

Medal was made in 1972!! Not the older date. We're are you getting this information?

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Well, if you got it, then take the false information out of your blog! Edit the dang thing! Crikey!

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Dude! There is no Kings Canyon ATB either. Please talk to an adult about what you want to put on here so it is true information. Two errors is a lot especially when you dont say "oops" and correct yourself. We all make mistakes. It's a matter of character to admit that, correct it and move on.

user_36221

Level 3

Ok got it

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Me too Coinhuntet

CoinHunter

Level 5

I really wish they left the bear on the design.

Kepi

Level 6

Nice design ; )

Long Beard

Level 5

They still turn up in circulation from time to time. Even when the pandemic saw plenty of coinage been depleted from the bulging, and in the literal sense, vaults there's a high probability of many yet to be needed.

Golfer

Level 5

100 million seems like a lot to me. I don't collect the quarters. Just to many designs and years for me. If I did collect quarters it would be the silver.

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