Rare State Quarters?

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Rare state quarters won't yield the average coin collecting very much money because states didn't start issuing state quarters until 1999. Because of that, there aren't many rare quarters in circulation. Although, millions of state quarters were produced, there are a few states whose quarters have increased in value such as the Illinois 2003 quarter which is now worth .68 cent and the 2002 Tennessee quarter which is worth approximately .95 cents as of March, 2013.
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Not rare at all and likely never will be so many were made and saved mint stae coins are very common.
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State quarters that are rare are 1918/7-S Standing Liberty Quarter, 1932-D Washington Quarter and 1932-S Washington Quarter. report this answer. Updated on Sunday, February 05 2012
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Colorized State Quarters are not rare because they are readily available. Most
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1. Buy a coin guide book such as "Whitman's Red Book" or "The Insider's Guide to Coin Values. These books are key because they contain color photographs and descriptions
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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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