Is there a quarter for every state

50 State Quarters Program: The United States Mint launched the 50 State Quarters Program in 1999 to honor each of the 50 states

One Quarter per State: Under the program, each state was featured on the reverse side of the quarter for about 10 weeks.

Release Schedule: The quarters were released in the order that the states ratified the Constitution or were admitted to the Union

Variety of Designs: Each state's quarter featured a unique design that symbolized its history, culture, or landmarks.

Collectible Series: The 50 State Quarters Program quickly became popular among collectors due to the variety of designs and limited release schedule.

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Program Duration: The 50 State Quarters Program ran from 1999 to 2008, with five quarters released each year.

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Educational Tool: The program was also used as an educational tool to teach Americans about their states' history and geography.

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Legacy: Even after the program ended, the state quarters remain popular collectibles, with many people seeking to complete their sets.

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Successor Programs: Following the success of the 50 State Quarters Program, the United States Mint introduced other quarter programs

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Special Releases: In addition to the 50 states, the program also included quarters for the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories

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