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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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50 State Quarters - Wikipedia


The 50 State Quarters Program was the release of a series of circulating commemorative coins ..... On July 25, 2001, The Onion ran a satirical news story titled "Collecting All 50 State Quarter...

State Quarters: How To Collect Them & When Each State Went Into ...


The state quarter program began in 1999 and will continue through 2008. In all, 50 statehood quarters are to be minted -- one for each state. They are being ...

Tips For Assembling A Complete 50 State Quarters Set


state-quarters-collection-by-CK.jpg The 50 State Quarters program is now on its last quarter (Hawaii), and complete sets are now being sold all across the ...

50 State Quarters Program - The United States Mint


The 50 State Quarters® Program. Launched in 1999, the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters Program was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the ...

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50 State Quarters Value and Collecting Guide - Introduction


Complete collector's guide to the 50 State Quarters program. Includes values, mintages and notes on the individual coins.

Collecting State Quarters: Which will gain in value? | eBay


This guide is a summary of my thinking on how to predict which US State Quarters will be the most valuable in the long term. Like many people, I have found the ...

Collecting State Quarters for Beginners | eBay


May 22, 2015. Collecting State Quarters for Beginners. Collecting coins is a very popular hobby. This is an ancient practice and collectors are enthusiastic about ...

Collecting State Quarters - NumisMaster


Aug 15, 2012 ... President Bill Clinton signed the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act into law on Dec. 1, 1997. The bill originated in the Senate.