2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set

Today, February 3, 2015, the United States Mint will begin sales for the 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set. The set brings together this year’s five different quarter design in proof format.

2015 America the Beautiful Quarter Set

The five 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters feature the following national parks and sites:

  • Homestead National Monument of America in Nebraska
  • Kitsatchie National Forest in Louisiana
  • Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina
  • Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware
  • Saratoga National Historical Park in New York

Additional details and images of the designs selected for each location can be found in this post.

Each coin included in the set is produced in proof quality at the San Francisco Mint and carries the “S” mint mark. These coins are struck in the standard copper-nickel clad composition.

The 2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set is priced at $14.95, unchanged from the price level of the prior year set. There are no product or household ordering limits established.

The Proof Homestead and Saratoga Quarters included in this set have previously been released within the 2015 Birth and Happy Birthday Sets, respectively. The Proof Kitsatchie, Blue Ridge, and Bombay Hook Quarters make their first appearance within the new product offering.

All five clad proof quarters will also be included within the full annual 2015 Proof Set, priced at $32.95 and scheduled for release on March 24, 2015.

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  1. Jerry Diekmann says

    I think that everyone who bought into the limited edition or first strike or so-and-so signature on labels on commem coins and ASE will eventually rue the day they ever bought them, assuming that they still have them after a couple of years and haven’t unloaded them. I think these designations in the future will add ZERO value to these coins. Next step from the TPG companies – a 70+ coin or 70 through 75 designation, and eventually we will have the most perfect designation – a 100! (complete with explanation point for an extra fee), until someone comes up with a 100+ or higher and a green or purple or polka dot sticker. The golden goose is about to be roasted in the oven.

  2. Eagle One says

    KC & SO

    Such a capitalistic insult to the JFK family. They should of cut off all K13, K14, and K15s last month. It just makes me sick to see this series carry on. To go the extra 9 yards to capitalize on the founder of the space program and the civil rights movement. And then to drive this program into a profit sinking deliberation. This series should have been made respectable and ended by December 31st 2014. These coins should have been minted to be rare and highly cherished. Yet, now they are just common trinkets. Just like all Kennedy halves that represent a man that gave his entire life for this country. Well, that may be the theme of things these days. Give your life and be capitalized upon and then insulted.

    Bernie in FL

    In time the waves of nonsense will wash down the walls of hype and then reality will set in. The fact of the matter is – the 2012 W Burnished Silver Eagle is and will always be a coin to hold. Just as long as it does not have spots.

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