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The 50 States Quarter Productions

UNITED STATES The 50 States QUARTER Production FACTS BERTY IN GOD WE QUARTER DOLLAR TRUST TLADEL PHIA MILLIO NS OF QUARTERS PRODUCED IN THE PHILLY MINT 1999 2000 373.4 Massachusetts Maryland 2001 2002 2003 Delaware 628.6 New York 655.4 Tennessee 361.6 Illinois 225.8 678.2 North Carolina Pennsylvania 349 New Jersey 627.6 Ohio 217.2 Alabama 225 Louisiana Indiana Mississippi 363.2 South Carolina 742.6 Rhode Island 423 362 Maine 217.4 Georgia Conneticut 451.2 New Hampshire 688.7 Virginia 673 Vermont 423.4 362.6 Missouri 225 943 Kentucky 353 290 Arkansas 228 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 257.2 Nevada 239.6 Nebraska 233.8 California Montana Washington Idaho Wyoming Oklahoma Michigan Florida 277 257 222 240.2 Minnesota 318 265.2 New Mexico 244.2 Texas 278.8 Oregon 213.8 Kansas 226.4 West Virginia 316.2 Colorado 274.8 294.6 Arizona 244.6 263.4 North Dakota 365.4 South Dakota Alaska Hawaii lowa 305.8 243.6 251.8 Wisconsin 245 Utah 255 254 In what order were the various quarters released? By order of admission into the union. Delaware was Who chose the design for each quarter? The state governors chose. The states' Congresses had no authority in the matter. Citizens of the state were asked to design December 7, 1787. the quarter's reverse, and then a panel chose first because it ratified the U.S. Constitution first on the final four for governor approval. 869,840 tons of state quarters were put into circulation. That's equal to about 57,996 dump truck loads of quarters. The 50 State Quarters Program and the D.C. & U.S. Territories Circulating Quarter Dollar Program will be followed by a new series: the America the Beautiful Quarters- $10.00 QUARTERS Program. It will feature rotating reverse designs highlighting national parks and sites. A roll of 40 quarters has a face value of $10 and wveighs half a pound. The Kansas "Rust Quarter" error was created when coin press lubricating grease escaped into the coin die, plugging up the letter "T" in TRUST. RUST 147million COLLECTORS The 50 State Quarters® Program is the most successful coin collecting program in history. The U.S. Mint estimates that 147 million people collect state quarters. DENVER MILL IO NS OF QUARTERS PRODUCED IN THE DENVER MINT 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Delaware Pennsylvania 358.3 Maryland New Jersey Georgia Conneticut 401.4 Massachusetts 535.2 New York 619.6 Tennessee 286,5 ILlinois 237.4 556.5 North Carolina 427.9 Ohio 414.8 Alabama 232.4 South Carolina Rhode Island Vermont 299 566.2 447.1 Louisiana 402.2 Maine 231.4 Indiana New Hampshire Virginia 488.7 495.9 459.4 327.2 Missouri 228.2 657.9 651.6 Kentucky 370.6 Mississippi 289.6 Arkansas 229.8 2005 California Minnesota 2006 2007 Montana Washington Idaho Wyoming 2004 2008 Michigan Florida 263.2 Nevada 248.4 Nebraska Colorado 225.8 312.8 256.2 Oklahoma 194.6 241.6 276.4 280 New Mexico 244.4 Техas Oregon Kansas West Virginia 263 404 294.2 286.8 Arizona 265 Alaska Hawaii lowa 251.4 300 North Dakota 359 320.8 254 Wisconsin 226.8 356.2 South Dakota 265.8 Utah 253.2 263.6 The 1932 U.S. quarter has not seen a design change since 1975-1976 when the United States Mint produced bicentennial quarters with a special patriotic reverse design. Produced for uwww.iccoin.com Information from: http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/50sq_program/?action=designs_50są http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/coin_production/index.cfm?action=production_figures QUARTER DOL OF AME UNITED

The 50 States Quarter Productions

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The 50 State Quarters® Program was a U.S. Mint series of quarter dollar coins that honored each of the 50 United States. The program began issuing five coins a year starting in 1999 and ending with t...

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