Us state quarter designs

Series Name: The U.S. Mint 50 State Quarters Program was launched to honor each of the 50 states.

Program Duration: The program ran from 1999 to 2008, with five new quarters released each year in the order that states ratified

Obverse Design: The obverse (front) of each quarter features a portrait of George Washington, designed by John Flanagan

Reverse Design: The reverse (back) of each quarter showcases a unique design that represents the state's history, traditions, or symbols.

Public Involvement: Each state had significant involvement in selecting the design, often through public votes or commissions.

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Common Themes: Common elements in designs include state landmarks, historical figures, natural features, and significant events.

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First Quarter: The first state quarter released was Delaware in 1999, featuring Caesar Rodney on horseback.

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Popular Designs: Some of the most popular designs include the Illinois quarter (featuring Abraham Lincoln), the California quarter (with John Muir

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Collector Interest: The program significantly boosted interest in coin collecting in the United States, resulting in millions of Americans

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Collector Interest: The program significantly boosted interest in coin collecting in the United States, resulting in millions of Americans collecting the quarters.

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