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Most orders are shipped and
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orders are shipped via United Parcel Service.
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What are your methods of
We accept Visa, MasterCard,
Discover, American Express, Paypal, check, or money order.
Do you offer Lay-Away?
What is the
difference between Proof and Uncirculated coins?
The method of
manufacturing. Proof coins are specially made for collectors,
distinguished by sharpness of detail (stamped twice), usually a mirror
like surface and frosted design elements. Uncirculated coins are those
coins produced for general use but not yet put into circulation. They show
no signs of wear, however, they may show "bagmarks" or contact
marks and may lack some luster.
When will the
America the Beautiful Quarter Program be complete?
The America the Beautiful sometimes
referred to as "National Park" quarter
program started in 2010 and will be complete in 2021. Five new quarters
will be issued each year for ten years and six quarters the eleventh year
honoring a national park or site. You can expect a new release every
What is a "bank
A bank wrapped roll
is a roll of 40 quarters that banks have contracted out to
"rollers" such as Brinks, N.F. String & Son, Wells Fargo,
etc. These companies roll the quarters for the banks in both
orange/white and clear shrink wrapped rolls.
*Be aware of rolls
in tubes as they tend to be less attractive to collectors. "Tubed
rolls" are rolled by hand from mint bags in clear plastic tubes.
We do NOT offer "tubed rolls."
What is the
difference between the Silver Proof and Regular Proof coins?
The silver proof
quarter is made of 90% silver and has a slightly different contrast. It
also weighs slightly more than the standard proof.
What is a mint
There are four mint
marks that are used on today's coins. Each one represents the facility
where the coin was struck. They are as follows:
San Francisco Mint (Proof coins)
West Point Mint (Proof coins)
What is toning?
Coins will sometimes change color due to their reaction to
certain atmospheric and other environmental conditions. These color
changes are natural and are referred to as toning.
How much are
error coins worth?
We do not deal in
error coins. In most cases to find out what an error coin is worth
you should try to visit a coin dealer in your area.