If you’ve always lamented that your pocket change wasn’t quite spooky enough, brace yourself for an exciting turn of events: Bats. On quarters. Let us explain. As part of its America the Beautiful Quarters Program that launched in 2010, the U.S. Mint releases five new quarter designs per year, each depicting national parks and sites.When does the new US bat coin come out?
2020 is off to a rough start but things will turn around in February when the bat quarters come out https://t.co/Hu8As4Q4je pic.twitter.com/rPMHfVL5Ik Of course, the new coin was conceived well in advance of its minting when the bat did not symbolize the origin of the pandemic currently ravaging mankind.Is there a bat on a national park quarter?
There are bats on quarters now. Celebrate accordingly. Bats! They're on quarters now. The bat coins are part of the U.S. Mint's National Park and Historic Site quarters. The "America the Beautiful" series started in 2010 and will end next year. Finally, you can pay for your laundry using a baby bat quarter as part of 2020's National Parks slate.Who are the states represented in bat quarter?
All 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five additional American territories like Puerto Rico and the Mariana Islands are represented. This year’s quarters are for American Samoa, Connecticut, U.S. Virgin Islands, Vermont, and Kansas. Next year’s final quarter is for Alabama.