Us state quarters list

The US state quarters program began in 1999 and ran until 2008.

It featured a series of 50 quarters, each representing a different US state.

The quarters were released in the order in which the states ratified the Constitution or were admitted to the Union.

The program aimed to honor each state's unique history, culture, and contributions to the nation.

Designs for the quarters were selected through a process involving state governors, citizens, and the US Mint.

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Each quarter's reverse side featured a design specific to the state it represented.

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The obverse side of all quarters remained consistent, featuring a portrait of President George Washington.

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The US state quarters series sparked widespread interest among collectors and the general public.

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Some quarters in the series are highly sought after by collectors due to their rarity or unique design elements.

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The US state quarters program concluded with the release of the Hawaii quarter in 2008, completing the series of 50 coins.

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