The first American quarter for 2010 and the first in a new series entered circulation on April 19, 2010. It is just one of five newly designed quarters this year and one of 56 through to 2021. Immediately prior to its launch, the United States Mint released uncirculated images of all the 2010 quarters, as […]

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2010 Commemorative Coins Information

by US Coins Staff on January 31, 2010

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While its primary function is to provide circulating coinage, every year the United States Mint also strikes special commemorative coins whose purpose is not only to celebrate and honor selected people, places and events, but to provide additional funds for organizations related to the theme of the coin created — as dictated by law. There […]


2010 First Spouse Gold Coins Information

by US Coins Staff on January 23, 2010

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Issued as a companion to the Presidential Dollar series, the 2010 First Spouse Gold Coin series is also in its fourth year of production. Meant to honor former American first spouses, each coin is struck from one-half ounce of gold by the United States Mint. The four coins to be issued for 2010 include the […]


2010 America the Beautiful Quarters Information

by US Coins Staff on January 15, 2010

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The United States Mint is debuting a completely new series of circulating coins this year with the America the Beautiful Quarters Program. Following on the heels of the highly successful 50 State Quarters Program and the D.C. & U.S. Territories Program, it also follows the same format. The complete program will consist of 56 new […]