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American State Quarter Collection

I got all these coins on my road trip to Florida. They were all pocket change money.

D - Denver made mint mark
P - Philadelphia made mint mark
FrontDescriptionSpecifications# of extras for trade
Delaware - The Delaware quarter, depicting the historic horseback ride of Caesar Rodney, galloped onto the scene as it kicked off the much anticipated U.S. Mint's 50 State Quarters™ Program.Mint: P
Mintage # 373,400,000
New Jersey - The New Jersey quarter, the third coin in the 50 State Quarters™ Program, depicts General George Washington and members of the Colonial Army crossing the Delaware River en route to very important victories during the Revolutionary War. The design is based on the 1851 painting by Emmanuel Leutze, "Washington Crossing the Delaware," which currently hangs in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.Mint: P
Mintage # 349,000,000
Georgia - The Georgia quarter, the fourth quarter released under the 50 State Quarters™ Program, is a real peach. The selected design incorporates several symbols associated with this traditional, yet very diverse southern state.Mint: P
Mintage # 451,188,000
Connecticut - The Connecticut quarter, the last 50 State Quarters™ Program coin issued in 1999, features "The Charter Oak": an integral part of Connecticut's heritage and existence. If not for the famed "Charter Oak", Connecticut - and this country in general - might be a very different place than it is today!Mint: P
Mintage # 688,744,000
Massachusetts - The Massachusetts quarter, the first quarter of the new millennium, features a design of "The Minuteman," a famous statue that stands guard at The Minuteman National Historical Park in Concord, Massachusetts.Mint: P
Mintage # 628,600,000
Maryland - The Maryland quarter, the 2nd in the Year 2000 series, highlights the striking dome of the Maryland Statehouse. Mint: P
Mintage #: 628,600,000
South Carolina - The South Carolina quarter, the eighth coin released under the 50 State Quarters Program™ shows key state symbols- a Palmetto Tree, the Carolina Wren and the Yellow Jessamine. An outline of South Carolina, the nickname "The Palmetto State" and a star indicating the capital, Columbia, form the quarter’s background. Mint: D
Mintage #: 566,208,000
New Hampshire - The New Hampshire quarter, the ninth coin released under the 50 State Quarters™ Program, honors one of the state's most unique natural attractions, "The Old Man of the Mountain." The state motto, "Live free or die," and nine stars, signifying the fact that New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify the Constitution, complete the design.Mint: P
Mintage #: 673,040,000
Virginia - The Virginia quarter, the tenth coin released under the 50 State Quarters Program™, honors Jamestown, Virginia, our nation's first permanent English settlement. Jamestown turns 400 years old in 2007. The selected design features the three ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. These ships brought the first English settlers to Jamestown.Mint: P
Mintage #: 943,000,000
New York - The New York quarter, the first quarter of the 2001 series, features the Statue of Liberty superimposed over an outline of the state along with the inscription "Gateway to Freedom." Also incorporated into the state outline is a line tracing the Hudson River and the route of the Erie Canal. Mint: P
Mintage #: 655,400,000
North Carolina - The North Carolina quarter, the 12th in the series and the second quarter to be released in the 2001 series, highlights the famous 1903 photograph of the "First Flight."Mint: P
Mintage #: 627,600,000
Rhode Island - The Rhode Island quarter, the third quarter of the 2001 series, honors the "Ocean State." Featuring a vintage sailboat gliding through Rhode Island's famous Narragansett Bay, and an image of the Pell Bridge in the background, with the design showcasing Rhode Island's most popular sport—sailing.Mint: D
Mintage #: 447,100,000
Vermont - The Vermont quarter, the 4th quarter in the 2001 series, features Camel's Hump Mountain with an image of maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront.Mint: D
Mintage #: 459,404,000
Kentucky - The Kentucky quarter, the fifth and last quarter in the 2001 series, shows the stately mansion, Federal Hill, with an inscription that reads, "My Old Kentucky Home." A thoroughbred racehorse is positioned behind a fence in the foreground of the quarter.Mint: P
Mintage #: 353,000,000
Louisiana - The Louisiana quarter, the third quarter of 2002 and eighteenth in the series, displays the image of Louisiana's state bird -- the pelican, a horn with musical notes, and the outline of the Louisiana Purchase territory, along with the inscription "Louisiana Purchase."Mint: P
Mintage #: 362,000,000

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