Uncirculated coin

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Obverse of an uncirculated 50 State quarter

The term uncirculated coin can refer to three things:

  • A coin that is released to the public but not intended for general circulation (i.e. not used as money although it is still legal tender) but is available through a mint or through a local coin dealer.
A bag of 1,000 uncirculated US quarters and two $10 rolls containing 40 quarters.

References[edit]

  1. ^ U.S. Mint. "The United States Mint - The ANA Coin Grading Scale". Retrieved 18 October 2012.