The 56th and final release in the America the Beautiful Quarters Program was issued Jan. 4 from the U.S. Mint throughout the Federal Reserve.
Quite a few numismatic products comprising the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site quarter dollar in various endings are set for launch from the United States Mint on Feb. 8.
The Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site, at Alabama, pays tribute to both African American women and men who greatly contributed to military efforts during World War II.
The Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site billion dollar has been released into flow Jan. 4 after generation using a flow quality finish.
The circulation-quality coins have been struck in the speed of around 750 coins per minute onto a coinage press using one set of dies.
The circulation-quality coins have been hit in the Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints, however the Philadelphia and Denver Mint coins are put into circulation.
Collectors can buy 40-coin rolls of this flow strikes from all 3 Mints for $34.50 for a two-roll, D and P set; $19.75 for its roster of San Francisco strikes; and $49.25 to get a three-roll set. Bags of 100 coins out of any Mint are priced at $36.75.