50 States Quarters and District of Columbia, US Territory Quarters Values
Looking to see how much your State Quarter or U.S. Territory quarter is worth? This page lists coin values for State, District Of Columbia and U.S. Territory Quarters minted from 1999 to 2009. The values listed here are what you can expect a dealer to pay you for your coin.
State Quarter & U.S. Territory Quarter Roll Values (1999 - 2009)
Values for Statehood Quarter and District of Columbia and U.S. Territories uncirculated rolls are given in this State Quarter Rolls value guide. Learn what the prices are for U.S. State Quarters, and find out how much your State Quarter rolls are worth with this simple to use price guide.
50 State Quarters, D.C. and U.S. Territories Coin Prices (1999-2009)
Looking to build a collection of State Quarters? Do you want to know how much should you pay for that State Quarter? This webpage lists coin prices for 50 State Quarters, District of Columbia and U.S. Territories minted from 1999 to 2009. The coin prices listed here are what you can expect to pay a coin dealer when you purchase that quarter for your collection.
What is the Design Process for State Quarters?
This article describes the design process for U.S. coins, using the State Quarter as the example. Learn why the coin design narrative is so critical, and how the U.S. Mint decides which designs become actual coins.
In God We Rust - A State Quarter Filled Die Strike Through Error
The "Rust Quarter" was created when coin press lubricating grease escaped into the coin die, plugging up the letter "T" in TRUST. See photos of this error and learn more about how grease strike through filled die errors occur.
The 50 State Quarters Program
The 50 State Quarters Program is the most successful coin collecting program in history. The U.S. Mint estimates that 147 million people collect State Quarters. Learn the basic facts about the State Quarter Program and how to go about finding out how much your Statehood Quarters are worth.
State Quarters Quiz Challenge
This State Quarters quiz tests your memory of the State Quarter designs. I used Photoshop to remove the name of the state from each coin. Can you tell which state it commemorates? This quiz is tougher than you might think!
Alaska State Quarter
The Alaska State Quarter is the 49th quarter in the 50 State Quarters Program. Learn about what the design of the Alaska Quarter means and some interesting facts about Alaska.
The Arizona State Quarter
The Arizona State Quarter is the 48th coin of the original 50 State Quarters program. It was released into circulation on June 2, 2008. Learn about the Arizona Quarter and what the designs on it mean, why the banner is so important, how the designs came to be selected, and other facts about Arizona and the Arizona Statehood Quarter.
The New Mexico State Quarter
The New Mexico State Quarter features a design called the Zia Sun Symbol. Learn all about the New Mexico Quarter and its design elements, including what the Zia Sun Symbol means and why it is on the New Mexico coin.
The 2008 Statehood Quarters
State Quarter designs for 2008 are shown in the form of the official U.S. Mint artist renderings. The photo gallery will be updated woth the actual struck coins as each new State Quarter is released, along with my insider's commentary and observations.
The "Extra Tree” Minnesota State Quarters
The Minnesota State Quarter "Extra Tree" error coins have been getting a lot of attention recently. Learn how to check your state quarters to see if you have one of these valuable Minnesota Extra Tree error coins.
The South Dakota State Quarter
The South Dakota State Quarter features Mount Rushmore, which is the huge sculpture of four U.S. presidents carved into a mountainside, with a Ring-Necked Chinese Pheasant flying overhead, and with wheat heads adorning the sides. Learn the facts about the South Dakota State Quarter, what the designs mean and how they were chosen, who created them, and everything else you could want to know.
The Montana State Quarter
The Montana State Quarter was released into circulation on Monday, Janurary 29, 2007, as the 41st quarter in the popular State Quarter program. Learn all about the symbols and devices selected for the Montana Quarter, why they were chosen, and what they mean to the people of Montana.
The Washington State Quarter
The Washington State Quarter Dollar is the 42nd in the U.S. Statehood Quarters series. Formally issued on April 11, 2007, the Quarter features a king salmon jumping out the water, with Mount Rainier in the background. See what this quarter looks like, and learn about what the designs on it mean.
The Idaho State Quarter
The Idaho State Quarter was released on June 5, 2007, and is the 43rd State Quarter in the Statehood Quarter series being issued by the U.S. Mint. The coin features a peregrine falcon, even though this isn't the Idaho state bird. Find out why the falcon is on the Idaho Quarter, as well as learn many other interesting facts about this coin.
Collectors are Cashing in on “Extra Tree” Minnesota State Quarters!
The Minnesota State Quarter Extra Tree error coins have been getting a lot of attention recently. Learn how to check your state quarters to see if you have one of these valuable Minnesota Extra Tree error coins.
The National Parks State Quarter Program
The National Parks Quarters is a new series of State Quarters which will begin entering circulation in the U.S. in 2010. The program will run for 11 years for a total of 55 coins, one from each U.S. state and territory. Learn the facts about the National Parks Quarter program.