In 1999 the U.S. Mint introduced the Statehood Quarter program releasing the quarters for five different states each year for a ten year period. The order in which they were released was dictated by the order in which the states came into the Union. The program was such a success that in 2010 it was extended to include Washington D.C. and the U.S. Territories.
The popularity of the Statehood Quarter program prompted a similar program for the Washington quarters, this one to commemorate the National State Park system. You can obtain more information on the America the Beautiful Quarter program at the U.S. Mint website by clicking on the following link: http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/atb/
The obverse of the quarter is the same as that found on the Statehood Quarters. The target area for doubled dies produced on the obverse of these quarters is Washington's earlobe and the hairlines in that immediate area. The target area for the reverse will vary with the design used on the reverse for each individual state.
Due to popular demand we are adding our America The Beautiful Quarter doubled die listings to this website. We are hoping that these listings will help users of this site identify the varieties that they may have while also giving collectors an idea as to where to look on these quarters to be most successful at finding doubled die varieties.
The abbreviation used for each state in the listing numbers is the standard U.S. Postal Service abbreviation for that state.
If you are interested in more information on the national parks system, there is an in-depth online resource listing 37 stunning national parks you should visit before you die. The information on each national park includes useful tips on where to go, what to do and much more. The following link will get you to that site: https://montemlife.com/top-37-parks-to-visit-before-you-die/
Click on the links below to obtain the doubled die listings for each state.