Where can I find collectible state quarters?


Collectible state quarters are widely circulated and are often given back as change at stores and from vending machines. They can also be requested from some banks. Many private sellers also offer partial and full collections.

The state quarters collection was introduced in 1999, and five new states were introduced each year, until all 50 states were represented in 2009. State quarter collections are available from coin shops and many private sellers through sites, such as Amazon and eBay, but the complete sets are generally sold for much more than the face value of the quarters. The only way to obtain them at face value is to look for them when receiving change, inquire at banks and credit unions and set up trades of duplicates with other collectors.

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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
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 United States quarters are made of 8.33% nickel and 91.67% copper. The inner part of the quarter is pure copper and the outer part is a mix of nickel and copper.
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US Mint's 50 State Quarters Program
Between 1999 and 2008, the US Mint released a commemorative quarter about every 10 weeks honoring each of the 50 states. The quarters were issued in the order each state entered the Union.
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