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2009 U.S. Virgin Islands Story Card

# SC05 - 2009 U.S. Virgin Islands Story Card

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Virgin Islands Quarter
Story Card
 
Issue Date: September 28, 2009
Issue Quantity (Denver Mint): 41,000,000
Issue Quantity (Philadelphia Mint): 41,000,000

Created by Mystic, this exclusive Story Card features two Virgin Islands quarters – one each from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.  The uncirculated coins are safely encapsulated on this neat panel that features an interesting overview of the island's history.  Vibrant photos and images of genuine U.S. stamps make this an attractive and interesting addition to your collection.

 
 
Virgin Islands Quarter Design Elements: The U.S. bought the former Danish West Indies in 1917. The outline of the three major islands, St Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John are pictured on the quarter. The yellow breast or banana quit bird, the official bird, is on a yellow cedar flower. Behind the bird is a Tyre Palm. The islands’ motto is “United in Pride and Hope.”

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Virgin Islands Quarter
Story Card
 
Issue Date: September 28, 2009
Issue Quantity (Denver Mint): 41,000,000
Issue Quantity (Philadelphia Mint): 41,000,000

Created by Mystic, this exclusive Story Card features two Virgin Islands quarters – one each from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.  The uncirculated coins are safely encapsulated on this neat panel that features an interesting overview of the island's history.  Vibrant photos and images of genuine U.S. stamps make this an attractive and interesting addition to your collection.

 
 
Virgin Islands Quarter Design Elements: The U.S. bought the former Danish West Indies in 1917. The outline of the three major islands, St Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John are pictured on the quarter. The yellow breast or banana quit bird, the official bird, is on a yellow cedar flower. Behind the bird is a Tyre Palm. The islands’ motto is “United in Pride and Hope.”