50 State Quarters Collection?

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The 50 state quarters collection is a series of commemorative quarters which were designed and distributed by the United States mint. The quarters were released from 1999 through 2008 and each of the 50 states had a quarter with unique designs on the back. Five state coins were released each year in the order in which they ratified the Constitution. The 50 State quarters were designed to start a new generation of coin collectors, and this tactic proved to be very successful. An estimated $3 billion was made from collectors and some collectors still have all fifty of these coins in their possession.
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A typical 50 state UNC (Uncirculated) quarter collection won't yield much value as of yet. You could probably get $32 for a nice UNC P&D collection. But, hold on to these for
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1. 1999. Delaware. Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Georgia. Connecticut. 2. 2000. Massachusetts. Maryland. South Carolina. New Hampshire. Virginia. 3. 2001. New York. North Carolina. Rhode
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1. Purchase a special state quarter holder, so that you have something to hold them in and display. Ad. 2. After you have found a suitable way to show off your collection, start looking
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The State Quarter of Hawaii was released on November 3, 2008.
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