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The 50 State Quarters™ are legal tender issue from the United States Treasury, and will be available through circulation in commercial transactions.
The U.S. Mint will cease production of the "Eagle" quarter until the 50 State Quarters™ Program culminates in 2008.
The 50 State Quarters™ Program is a 10-year initiative (1999 - 2008) commemorating each of the 50 United States, as allowed by Public Law 105-124.
www.coinmag.com /50states/statehoodquarters.html

  
 State-Quarter.com
The 50 State Quarters Program lesson plans are free of charge to the American public and are designed for teachers of grades K through 12 across the nation, and can be downloaded from www.usmint.gov/kids.
Honoring the states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union, five 50 State Quarters designs will be issued each year from 1999 through 2008, at approximately 10-week intervals.
The third quarter to be released in 2005, it is the 33rd coin to be issued in the United States Mint’s popular 50 State Quarters® Program.
www.state-quarter.com   (3993 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Statehood Quarters
The 50 State Quarters program is the release of a series of commemorative coin s by the United States Mint.
The statehood quarters program has become one of the most popular commemorative coin programs in United States history; the United States Mint has estimated that over one hundred million individuals have collected state quarters, either formally or informally.
Between 1999 and 2008 (anticipated completion date), it features each of the United States ' 50 individual U.S. state s on unique designs for the reverse of the quarter During the program, a new statehood quarter is released by the United States Mint roughly every ten weeks; five designs are released each year.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Statehood-Quarters   (3993 words)

  
 The United States Mint
Celebrate our 50 states with the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program.
Interested in using images or designs of circulating coins or the quarters issued under the 50 State Quarters® Program?
Thanks to this innovative ten-year program, every 10 weeks you will see a new state's quarter - released in the order states were admitted into the Union.
www.usmint.gov /mint_programs/index.cfm?action=50_state_quarters_program   (174 words)

  
 120 Temporary Quarters Subsistence Allowances
For example, if the total per diem rate for the post is $100 for lodging and $50 for MandIE, the employee in no cost quarters would be eligible for half of the allowed rate of $112.50 (75% of $150 applying the rules of 124.3) which would be $56.25 per day.
The 90 and 30 day temporary quarters subsistence periods may be extended up to but not more than an additional 60 days in each case if it is determined by the head of agency that compelling reasons beyond the control of the employee require continued occupancy of temporary quarters.
When no cost temporary quarters are occupied by the employee an amount not to exceed one-half of the amount established in 124.3 for each occupant shall be the maximum amount payable for actual meal, laundry and dry cleaning costs while occupying such quarters.
www.state.gov /m/a/als/1727.htm   (2400 words)

  
 State Quarters
The 50 State Quarters ™ Program is 'changing' the 'state' of coin collecting.
The quarters are released in the same order that the states joined the union.
Each quarter's reverse will celebrate one of the 50 states with a design honoring its unique history, traditions, and symbols.
www.brent-krueger.com /statequarters.html   (619 words)

  
 The United States Mint
Celebrate our 50 states with the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program.
Consult the United States Mint Circulating Coin Policy, which governs the use of United States circulating coins or the United States Mint Quarters Design Use Policy, which governs use of the new quarter designs that have been approved by the United States Secretary of the Treasury.
Thanks to this innovative ten-year program, every 10 weeks you will see a new state's quarter - released in the order states were admitted into the Union.
www.usmint.gov /mint_programs/index.cfm?action=50_state_quarters_program   (174 words)

  
 State Quarters from USMintQuarters.com
Due to the high interest in 50 States Quarters, we have made available State Quarters sets specifically for those looking to fill their collections or start their collections!
The complete year 2000 set (See Above), 2 Uncirculated Quarters from each of their respective States - 10 coins - (Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Virginia) A perfect set with some "key states" for the quarter collector.
The complete year 2002 set (See Above), 2 Uncirculated Quarters from each of their respective States - 10 coins - (Tennessee, Louisiana, Ohio, Indiana, and Mississippi) another "filler set", make sure your coin boards are filled and put 2002 to rest!
www.usmintquarters.com /quarters.htm   (454 words)

  
 Mint State Quarters
State quarters that have been released for little more than a year have skyrocketed in price!
Starting in 1999 through the year 2008, the quarter will undergo 50 changes, to signify each state in the Union.
That's 50 different quarters released in only 10 years!
www.mintstatecoins.com   (114 words)

  
 Statehood Quarters Album: Complete Philadelphia And Denver Mint Collection (1999-2008); Manufacturer: Whitman Coin Products; Ringbound
Statehood Quarters Album: Complete Philadelphia And Denver Mint Collection (1999-2008); Manufacturer: Whitman Coin Products; Ringbound
But for serious collectors, a complete set of Statehood Quarters includes one coin from both the Philadelphia and Denver mints.
Since the inception of the Statehood Quarters Commemorative Coin program in 1999, millions of Americans have discovered the joy of collecting these unique coins.
www.netstoreusa.com /aabooks/158/1582380899.shtml   (114 words)

  
 Powell's Books - Antiques
The Official Whitman Statehood Quarters Folder: Complete 50 State Set: 1999-2008 by Whitman Coin Product
The Official Whitman Statehood Quarters Folder: Complete 50 State Set: 1999-2008
6 billion Statehood quarters are produced each year, which in turn are collected by over 100 million Americans, and more people are starting to...
www.powells.com /psection/Antiques.html   (114 words)

  
 STATEHOOD QUARTERS INFORMATION
Each quarter's reverse will celebrate one of the 50 states with a design honoring its unique history, traditions, and symbols.
A series of five quarter dollars with new reverses will be issued each year from 1999 through 2008 celebrating each of the 50 states of the Union.
The Mississippi quarter showcases the beauty and elegance of the state flower, combining the blossoms and leaves of two magnolias with the inscription "The Magnolia State." The magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), named for the French botanist Pierre Magnol, is strongly associated with the South, where the flower became enormously popular after it was introduced from Asia.
www.weitzcoins.com /browse/in-statehood-quarters-info.php   (114 words)

  
 A state quarter holder, state quarter plaque
The state quarter plaque displays 50 state quarter coins from the Philadelphia mint on the front side and 50 coins from the Denver mint on the reverse side.
Any state name can be on the top of plaque.
Constructed of virtually indestructible ABS core and covered by scratch resistant crystal clear acrylic windows.
www.state-quarters.com   (53 words)

  
 The United States Mint
Celebrate our 50 states with the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program.
Consult the United States Mint Circulating Coin Policy, which governs the use of United States circulating coins or the United States Mint Quarters Design Use Policy, which governs use of the new quarter designs that have been approved by the United States Secretary of the Treasury.
Thanks to this innovative ten-year program, every 10 weeks you will see a new state's quarter - released in the order states were admitted into the Union.
usmint.gov /mint_programs/index.cfm?action=50_state_quarters_program   (174 words)

  
 CoinMapUSA.com 50 State Quarters Collectors Map - Coin Map USA has The Hottest Selling 50 State Quarters Map Around
Five states will be releasing coins each year having begun in 1999 and to end in 2008.
Each state quarter is stamped with the first president of the United States, George Washington, on
The minting of the United States Quarter began in 1796, and although the quarter has seen
www.coinmapusa.com /history.html   (405 words)

  
 US 50 State Quarter
Each of the 50 states in the Union will be commemorated with a statehood quarter.
New Jersey - Struck Through Grease - Scarce And Interesting Addition To A 50 State Quarter Collection - ICG Certified - Image Is For Illustration And May Not Be Exact Coin Shipped.
New Hampshire - 10% To 15% Off Center - Scarce And Interesting Addition To A 50 State Quarter Collection - Image Is For Illustration And May Not Be Exact Coin Shipped.
coin-shop.com /state.html   (1171 words)

  
 Canadian Quarters - Calgary Coin Gallery
Early in 1973, a small number of the quarters were accidently struck using a 1972 obverse die with the regular large head with less detail, and the more numerous smaller beads around the border.
Most of the 1936 dot quarters are very weak in the area of the CA in CANADA due to that point a very high area on the die and thus wearing heavily there.
The quarters issued for circulation in 1999 were a set of 12 different commemoratives, which Commemorate different aspects of Canadian History.
www.calgarycoin.com /modern/cd25cent.htm   (1789 words)

  
 Quarter Dollars
The 50 States Quarters program is credited with creating millions of new coin collectors.
The first United States Quarter Dollars were struck in 1796, despite having been authorized in 1792.
In 1831, the diameter of the Quarter Dollars was reduced and standardized through the use of a close collar (a collar that restricted the outward flow of metal when the blank planchets were struck).
www.coinfacts.com /quarter_dollars/quarter_dollars.html   (474 words)

  
 WOAI: San Antonio News - Flawed Quarters Turning Up in SA
A flaw in some Wisconsin state quarters has San Antonians searching their pockets for quarters that could be worth $500 or more.
He says many collectors are paying $500 apiece for the flawed quarters.
He said he passed up the opportunity to buy several of these quarters at $50 apiece at a coin show in Florida last month, but now wished he had snapped them up.
www.woai.com /news/local/story.aspx?content_id=F1DABE4E-D3AA-45F9-9EBB-4992899184E3   (517 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Flaws inflate some quarters' worth
An unknown number of Wisconsin quarters that went into circulation late last year as part of the 10-year, 50-state quarter program contain flaws, sparking a frenzy among coin collectors and other treasure hunters that has not been seen for many years.
While more are expected to be found, the numbers are still likely to be small compared with the 453.2 million Wisconsin state quarters produced.
The quarters, which appear to have an extra leaf on the left side of an ear of corn, are being sold on eBay and in coin shops for hundreds of dollars.
www.usatoday.com /money/2005-02-08-flawed-quarter-usat_x.htm?POE=NEWISVA   (588 words)

  
 As Seen On TV Products-First State Quarters Collectors Map
Five new state quarters are being minted each year for the next nine years.
The Quarters Map is color-coded by state and issue year for easy reference.
Measuring a full 17 x 28 inches in size, each State Quarters Map is printed in brilliant, high-gloss color on extra thick, double-ply board.
www.asontvbrands.com /pub/coinmap.html   (424 words)

  
 50 State Commemorative Quarters Designs
Quarterdesigns is a non-commercial website for informational, educational and research purposes for the multitudes collecting state quarters.
Contained here are images gathered from the internet and other resources regarding the state quarters.
Quarterdesigns includes a collection of designs submitted to states, but in no way is a complete archive of all of the finalists concepts or submissions.
www.quarterdesigns.com   (138 words)

  
 State Quarter Sale - The Widest Range of State Quarters
This commemorative folder holds 2004-2008 statehood quarters from both the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
Whitman Coin Folder for all of the Statehood Quarters, Denver and Philadelphia mints.
This is the folder from H.E. Harris & Co. that contains 50 slots to hold both the P and D mintmark coins, for each of the 25 quarters to be released between 1999 and 2003 (Volume I).
statequartersale.com /Qstore/Qstore.cgi?CMD=009&DEPT=1024171534&BACK=A0001A1   (528 words)

  
 The 50 State Quarters Program of the United States Mint
The quarter's new Washington obverse design retains the familiar portrait of George Washington, with the inscriptions that are normally found on the quarter's reverse - "United States of America," Liberty," "In God We Trust," and "Quarter Dollar." The revised obverse will be used on all 50 State Quarters® Program coins.
The 50 State Quarters Program of the United States Mint
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www.usmint.gov /mint_programs/50sq_program/index.cfm?action=designs_50sq   (85 words)

  
 State Quarters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Each quarter's reverse celebrates one of the 50 states with a design honoring its unique history, traditions and symbols, usually designed by a resident of that state and chosen by the state government.
The outline of the state of Georgia on the quarter appears to have accidentally left out Dade County, which is the county in the extreme northwestern part of the state.
The three stars in the background of Tennessee's design symbolize the three grand divisions of the state; East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee, and not the state's entry number as Tennessee was the sixteenth state to be admitted to the Union.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/State_Quarters   (1014 words)

  
 Collectors Corner " Statehood Quarters/errors & mintages"
Those types of errors have been around for years on other coins, but they are especially sought on State quarters, which has driven their prices up considerably.In reality the price for a 180 degree rotated State quarter in Mint State (Uncirculated) condition is in the $50 range, according to error coin dealers.
Because of the short amount of time in which each state’s commemorative quarters will be struck (about 10 weeks) it is unlikely that the Mint will streamline the design of each quarter’s dies in order to prevent them from cracking.
Some of the polish marks seen on the State quarters have been quite severe, which is surprising since die polishing marks of that depth and size in recent times have not been so common.
www.diskworks.com /state_qt2.html   (1014 words)

  
 Kelley's Coins - 50 State Quarters
The 50 State Quarters Program is a 10 year project administered by the U.S. Mint with the objective of issuing quarters on a periodic basis commemorating each of the 50 states comprising the Union.
State Quarters have become one of the hottest collectible items to come along in recent years as millions of Americans continue to hoard them as each new series is released.
Further interest has been sparked by the discovery of several State Quarter coins with errors of one kind or another in their production or design and collectors continue to be on the lookout for new errors.
www.kelleyscoins.com /us-coins/50state/index.asp   (403 words)

  
 U.S. 50 State Commemorative Quarters
Signed by President Clinton on December 1, 1997, the 50 State Quarters™ Program Act provides for the redesign of the reverse side of the quarter dollars with designs emblematic of each of the 50 States.
A series of five quarter dollars with new reverses will be issued each year from 1999 through 2008 celebrating each of the 50 states of the Union.
To make more room on the reverse of the commemorative quarters for each state's design, Congress has also separately authorized the Mint to move certain design elements from the reverse to the obverse, and vice versa, creating a new Quarter obverse design as well.
centercoin.com /statehood_quarters/united_states_50_state_quarters.htm   (403 words)

  
 50 State Quarters For Sale or Trade
Each time a new state quarter is issued I will deduct the current price of the quarters, the postage and optional insurance charges from your account balance and send the quarters to the address you have on file assuming you have a positive account balance.
Most of my Circulated State Quarters are collected from the Denver (D) mint but I do trade with people back east for quarters from the Philadelphia (P) mint.
Note: Some of the early quarters have sold out and are restocked from Bank Rolls or Uncirculated condition found in circulation and may not be as bright as the quarters from mint bags.
home.earthlink.net /~state.quarters   (3164 words)

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