Thursday, July 28, 2011

2011 Olympic Quarter

Do you have a quarter and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Eighth in the America the Beautiful quarter series it was released on June 13 of this year and has been circulating well. I must admit I am surprised how well these National Park quarters have been circulated. Not counting mintmarks I am only missing Mt. Hood and Glacier quarters.

State quarters also circulated well and I found at least one from every state. On the other hand I found few Territorial quarters and to this day I have not found Guam or The U.S. Virgin Islands. Although 2009 was a low production year they should have circulated better in this area.


While the back is full of design elements of the park the front is almost flat. They spared nothing to showcase this park with every rock and pine needle and even water splashing sculpted on it. For both sides I had to angle the coin to get the details to shine. Granted if I would set up a proper mini photo studio then I would not have issues but that will have to wait.

Highly detailed this is one of my favorites so far.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 25 Cents-Olympic / United States
Year: 2011-P
Mintage: 30,400,000 (estimated)
Metal: 91.67% Copper 8.33% Nickel
Value: $0.25 in F-12

Do you have a coin from America and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

20 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

baselle said...

I'm jealous that you found one - that's my state. It depicts the Hoh River Valley and the temperate rain forests therein, a place that gets about 12 *ft* of rain/yr. Better be water splashing!

Man said...

I'm jealous that you found one -that's my state.

Could it be pride, all your fellow Washingtonians are hoarding them before any can reach you.

Anonymous said...

I read about the canceling of the $1 President coin production. That series started my coin collecting hobby. I wish there's a compromise that encourage continued production and increasing circulation more than what it is now.

Man said...

I read about the canceling of the $1 President coin production

It is just a suggestion, nothing has been signed.
Even if the stop the circulating coins like the Half Dollar you can always buy them from the mint.

ceci said...

I have Guam if ur interested lol jk

Man said...

I have Guam if ur interested lol jk

Not sure why that's funny, but I prefer to find them on my own.

Anonymous said...

I got a 2010 -D YEllowstone Quarter and in great condition.

Man said...

2010 -D YEllowstone Quarter and in great condition just $0.25

RONALDO KL said...

Sir..hello..I am Ronaldo kl..I any question for you..I have 4 coin quater dollar america united state 1996..how value dollar now..tq sir

Man said...

4 coin quater dollar america united state 1996

Just $0.25 each.

Anonymous said...

I have a quarter dollar which has 1776-1976 with a stamp by the face, but don't know what it is, a guy drumming on the tale side of the coin. It has thirteen stars and is a United States of America, E Pluribus Unum right by his right arm. Wondering how much is it worth?

Anonymous said...

how much are 1965 and 1966 qaurter dollar coins with no stamp?

Man said...

quarter dollar which has 1776-1976 with a stamp by the face, but don't know what it is, a guy drumming on the tale side of the coin. It has thirteen stars and is a United States of America, E Pluribus Unum right by his right arm.

Bicentennial quarter, just $0.25.

Man said...

1965 and 1966 qaurter dollar coins with no stamp?

If you mean no mint mark they are just $0.25 each.

Chase Coppi said...

2011 Olympic d quarter

Man said...

2011 Olympic d quarter just $0.25

nichole mckinney said...

2011 Olympic s quarter

Man said...

2011 Olympic s quarter

Silver about $8.00
Clad about $3.00

Robin Minor said...

I have a 1776-1976 JFK half dollar. From what it seems to me. When they were making it, it fell to the ground. And just decided to circulate it. No mint mark and like the planchet was burned.

Man said...

1776-1976 JFK half dollar. From what it seems to me. When they were making it, it fell to the ground. And just decided to circulate it. No mint mark and like the planchet was burned.

Sintered planchet or any other planchet error will make this coin $50.00 but it has to be graded by an error expert.

If not just $0.50