2017 George Rogers Clark National Historical Park Three-Coin Set available November 27 at noon

The United States Mint will open sales for the 2017 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set honoring George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (product code 17AH) on November 27 at noon Eastern Time (ET).

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This set contains two Uncirculated quarters—one from the Philadelphia Mint and one from the Denver Mint—and one Proof quarter from the San Francisco Mint, all with reverse designs by U.S. Mint Artistic Infusion Program artist Frank Morris depicting George Rogers Clark leading his men through the flooded plains approaching Fort Sackville. Inscriptions are GEORGE ROGERS CLARK, INDIANA, 2017, and E PLURIBUS UNUM. The coins’ obverse (heads) design features the 1932 portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan.

The coins are held in a durable plastic card with an image of George Rogers Clark National Historical Park. A certificate of authenticity is printed on the back of the card.

The 2017 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set — George Rogers Clark National Historical Park is priced at $9.95. Orders will be accepted at the Mint’s online catalog and at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468). Hearing- and speech-impaired customers with TTY equipment may order at 1-888-321-MINT. Information about shipping options is available at the Mint’s website.

The America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets can also be purchased through the Mint’s Product Enrollment Program. For more information about this program, please visit the Mint’s product enrollment page.

About the United States Mint
The United States Mint was created by Congress in 1792 and became part of the Department of the Treasury in 1873. It is the Nation’s sole manufacturer of legal tender coinage and is responsible for producing circulating coinage for the Nation to conduct its trade and commerce. The United States Mint also produces numismatic products, including Proof, Uncirculated, and commemorative coins; Congressional Gold Medals; and silver and gold bullion coins. Its numismatic programs are self-sustaining and operate at no cost to taxpayers. The Mint is celebrating its 225th anniversary in 2017 (#USMint225).

Press release courtesy of the United States Mint

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  1. Tom says

    OT- JMB has decent prices on silver for their Black Friday. 29 cents over spot. Every time I buy a bunch of silver, spot price drops in a day or so .. Everybody get ready.

  2. Peter says

    Thanks to everyone for their contributions here. All I wish to add is that the mint is flooding the market with mostly unimportant “merchandise” while the overall demand for collectibles in most categories is softening. Not a great combination.
    Someone needs to tell them to slow waaaaaay down on the releases commemorating the 137 1/3 anniversary of the invention of dental floss and stick with something that they themselves might actually be willing to buy with their hard earned dollars.

  3. cagcrisp says

    @KCSO, “Free Budget Shipping – on $100 orders or more

    11/24 thru 12/10”

    That comment was from the US Mint.


    CANCEL CANCEL CANCEL you subscription for the “P” Trump rally puck and buy it on Launch Day, December 5th.

    YOU will NOT get Free shipping on a subscription.

    I’m Not a buyer of Any “P” pucks, just passing on a $4.95 savings to those that chose that to purchase…

  4. Louis says

    The big thing for Black Friday seems to be 90% silver at spot at several dealers. I’ve seen some other good deals but they went too fast.

  5. cagcrisp says

    One of the websites that I follow is NOT updating Spot price. In other words when you’re buying at Spot + you better know what Spot is…

  6. earthling says

    There’s a few Coins on my lifetime want list , one of which might get filled this Christmas Season. I’ve really been looking hard at the Big Classic Commemorative from the Big Island for a while. With all these insignificant modern AGE’s I’ve been buying lately a nice slightly toned MS-65 Hawaiian could easily be mine.

    Will I ever pull the trigger? Why not? You only live once, like they say.

  7. Jerry Diekmann says

    Peter – Amen! BTW, thanks for reminding me about the dental floss anniversary – it gave me a laugh.

  8. Jerry Diekmann says

    Earthling – the Hawaii coin from 1928 (with Capt. Cook of England on the obverse), is one of the most expensive of the classic commemorative silver half dollars. I have never considered buying it for a couple of reasons – why are we honoring a British captain who “discovered” the Sandwich Islands in 1778 – at least he was far away from the concurrent Revolutionary War going on at that time, and secondly, the insane price for the coin. The artistry is better than most of the coins from that period, so that’s a nice feature, but IMO the cost is prohibitive. Still, buy what you like, if you can afford the cost. But let your loved ones know the cost, so they don’t get ripped off by someone when it comes time to settle your estate – like you said, we only live once.

  9. cagcrisp says

    USD Index down ~ .48%

    Gold and Silver Down

    That tells you how Weak Gold and Silver really are

    Not a Usual occurrence…

  10. Goat says

    cagcrisp says
    NOVEMBER 11, 2017 AT 10:45 AM


    I got way behind on my reading and still behind but wanted to commit on this analyse .

    The thing that really concerns me about the future;

    1) PM’s are in a flat ($/oz.) period in time/history after a new all time high .

    2) SPY has very, very, and very much more out performed in percentage than companies have grown in
    percentage .

    3) Oil is on the rise again, in witch trying to stable the over priced stock market.

    As I had wrote earlier (a month or two ago) that I feel there will be a Hugh set back in the stock market and a increase in PM’s . The reason for these thoughts;
    1) nothing has really change in reducing debt/person/household.
    2) wage/SS increase (little to none) to the raise in taxes.
    3) Are jobs/state on enough increase to support a double digit growth in SPY. (short term dream)
    4) Money flow out of the US. to be hidden by wealthy witch causes higher tax for the poor, THAT THEY DON’T HAVE anymore due to more increased debt/household
    5) Low or decrease in wages for a increase work load at work. (been there doing that)
    6) The last time we had low sale #’s on US mint products was when PM’s was on a max now they are in flat mkt.. , IMO money is tight.
    7) interest rates trying to increase, IMO grasping for the last straw.

    conclusion) PM’s is/are the only money, you can hold it in your hands if you wanted to, stocks you can’t, just a piece of paper. I will not chase a over priced stkmkt. What I have learned in my time of life is that when nobody wants it/talk’s it down under everything, it’s time to buy. In pre 1933 I’m sure the was the same conversation. IMO stay diversified, land,stocks,CASH, and weight in PM’s , the last 60 + years is/had been a dream increase no doubt but now we are looking out the windshield.
    Good thing that windshield is in the truck it’s the most bugs I’ve seen in my time. Looks like the same seen my grandparents passed down in their talks.

  11. earthling says


    No doubt that 1928 Hawaiian can get really pricey – depending on toning and number grade. But given the money I’ve been idly flipping out the window on modern Gold pieces and the 1 Platinum, I could be buying a few Coins I’ve always been really curious about. The one thing that really stops me is the general decline in Numismatic values that seems to be the current thing. If I buy a $6,000 Coin tomorrow which might go for $2,000 in 10 years, where’s the joy in that?

    Oh well, guess I’ll continue to flip through my Redbooks once in a while and dream on. Dreaming is free, after all.

    I do have the 1937 PF65 Buffalo Nickel in PCGS “Rattler” holder with the Gold CAC Bean to ponder once in a while. That one is a joy to behold. I’ll probably leave that as the big one for a while.

  12. earthling says

    I’ve had a little time to reconsider the statement I’ve made about holding a $6,000 Coin and reselling for $2,000 in ten years.. Realistically if I were to take that $6,000 Coin to a Dealer tomorrow Id be lucky to get $500 for it. If a survivor of mine took it – $50 ? If a crackhead Burglar took it – $3 ?


  13. 1Mark says


    You need to find better coin dealers. The dealers I deal with are working with around a 10% margin.

  14. John Q. Coinage says

    1mark, not many dealers work on a 10% margin on a 5k collector coin, not bullion, maybe 10 back of graysheet bid (as it was…) but dealers are paying less as $ales are down, but for the good stuff (1893-s Morgan ms60+++, etc. that TyPE) generic PCGS 65’s Morgans are like 90/1oo all the time, what are dealers paying for those? BITCOIN is now $10,000 I never believed in it still dont but what a friggin run–> I can’t figure out how you “mine” them & as you can, can’t they eventually dilute the market value.? Tax cut, what scam, Corps pay a actual rate post their deductions & write offs (not changed it seems…..wonder why….their MASTER$!) IF they get the tax down to 20% Corps & the biguns (REITs as well WTF do they make or do to help the economy…? nothing!! But TRUMP makes a billion in tax cuts- IF the cuts pass!) will be paying like 8% ACTUAL rate, individuals get schtuped, in 1940’s corps paid 25% of Fed taxes, ten years ago like 12% who makes up the differnce you & me, for stock buy backs & dividends if the “middle class” tax cut passes….last the individuals ‘cuts” sunset in 3-5 years, the Corps. REITS< etc. NEVER ….yeah !

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