The 2014 Utah Quarter

If you love the great outdoors, you can purchase a Utah quarter to represent your state. This silver proof coin features the Arches National Park, which includes miles of canyons and the Grand Canyon. It is the 23rd coin released as part of the U.S. National Parks Quarters series. The reverse of the coin has the inscription “Arches, Utah – 2014, E Pluribus Unum.”

The reverse of the 2014 Utah quarter features the famous Arches National Park, which was first created in 1929. It contains over 2,000 sandstone arches, including the iconic Delicate Arch. The park is renowned for its extreme weather conditions, with summer temperatures rising above 100 degrees, while winter temperatures dip below zero. The sandstone formations in the Arches National Park were shaped over thousands of years by erosion. Since the monuments were first created, the Park has lost nearly 40 of its arches, but the 2014 edition features their traditional portrait.

The face value of a 2014 Utah quarter varies depending on its condition. Uncirculated and luster-shimmering coins are worth more than their face value. Similarly, worn 2014 Arches National Park quarters are worth at least $1. However, if they are graded MS65 or MS68, they could fetch more than twice their face value. However, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to buy a more expensive coin – which is what you’ll pay for it!

As part of the America the Beautiful Quarters Program, the United States Mint is issuing commemorative quarters with special reverse designs. The designs will feature 48 National Park Service sites, two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service refuges, and six national forests. The reverse design depicts the nation’s most popular Civil War battlefield – Gettysburg National Military Park. The design is as beautiful as the scenery surrounding it.

The Arches National Park Quarter features the iconic 65-foot-high Delicate Arch. Sculpted by Charles L. Vickers, this coin depicts the Arches National Park in Utah. The coin is not just an artifact to show the beauty of Utah. Arches National Park’s arching rock formations are just one of its many natural wonders. There’s so much more to this national park, and you’ll want to collect all of the coins that commemorate it!

The Arches National Park Quarter showcases the famous Delicate Arch. This 65-foot freestanding natural arch was created in the late 1870s and is one of the most recognized landmarks in Utah. In 2002, the Olympic torch relay was also passed through the arch. The La Sal Mountains are visible in the background. The Mint worked closely with representatives of the Park to develop design candidates that would be recognized and enjoyed by the public.