10 Rarest State Quarters Released by the US Mint

1999-P Delaware-The first coin in the 50 State Quarters Program.

2004-D Wisconsin Extra Leaf-
Some Wisconsin quarters were released with an extra leaf on the ear of corn, making them a sought-after variety.

2004-D Iowa Extra Leaf-
Similar to the Wisconsin quarter, some Iowa quarters were released with an extra leaf on the corn.

2005-P Kansas-
Some Kansas quarters were minted with a die break causing a noticeable error.

2005-P Minnesota-
A double die error occurred in some Minnesota quarters, making them collectible.

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2005-P West Virginia-
Some West Virginia quarters were released with die breaks and other errors.

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2006-P Nevada-
Varieties of Nevada quarters with die breaks and errors are sought after by collectors.

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2007-P Wyoming Doubled Die Reverse-
Some Wyoming quarters exhibit a doubled die reverse, increasing their appeal to collectors.

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2008-P Arizona-
Errors, including die breaks and extra cacti, make certain Arizona quarters more valuable.

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2009-D District of Columbia-
The District of Columbia quarter is part of the final year of the 50 State Quarters Program, and some variations with errors are considered rare.

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