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W Quarter To Hit The Streets

The Mint just announced publicly they were releasing a W Quarter to coincide with Coin Week, ti will not be part of a mint set, it will be a circulation quarter.  

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-02/coin-flip-u-s-mint-issuing-quarters-with-new-w-mark

19 days ago

wow. time to get that quarter as soon as i can

19 days ago

I'm sorry I have to waite to see what the design is so we know? If it goes into circulation then it's clad. So it has a W Mint mark. So did the cent. Does anyone know what the design will look like. A design on the obverse a president on the obverse an eagle on the reverse or a new design. So far I can't get excited don't have enough information. It goes into circulation so is this a one shot deal or is West Point out of gold. What's really going on. Is this there way of starting a new quarter for twenty five years? I can wait.

19 days ago

They will use the 5 ATB Quarter Designs and mint 2 million of each with the W Mintmark.

19 days ago

mokiechan good job on 150 posts

19 days ago

The just be from this year because there is one left it ends next year fifty.   coins so we're are the other four. Two million into circulation is not enough. Make it rare the mintage should be lower. I'm not getting it sorry. It sounds like another cent job.

19 days ago

Not impressed w/this. How many non-collector ppl bother to look at mintmarks?

18 days ago

Something different AND circulating is always a plus. We've ragged on the Mint a lot the past week, but this is a step in the right direction. I'll look for it (but then again. I look at everything). Us older folks may say big deal, but this is more for younger and future collectors. Now if they could only make a double die.....

18 days ago
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