How to Collect State Quarters?

Answer If you live in the United States, state quarters are very a common occurrence. Here's a handy guide on how to maintain a collection of all 50 state quarters.

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Where are the 50 state quarters minted?

The Philadelphia and Denver United States Mint locations produce circulating coins of all denominations. They also produce commemorative coins approved by the U.S. Congress, including those in The ... Read More »

What is the value of uncirculated state quarters?

Collecting the 50 interesting and historical state quarters has become a popular hobby. The more popular it becomes, the greater the value of the coins; even a single uncirculated quarter can take... Read More »

What year did the state quarters start?

The United States Mint began producing the state quarters in 1999. Each quarter was produced for 10 weeks only and, according to the U.S. Mint, will never be produced again.References:U.S. Mint: Th... Read More »

How many new state quarters are made every year?

As of 2010, the U.S. Mint no longer produces any new state quarters. The 50 State Quarters Program only lasted between 1999 and 2009 to commemorate five states each year. During the life of the pro... Read More »