Including the District of Columbia and the U.s Territories
Author: Peter Pauper Press, Inc.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Attractive oversize tri-fold portfolio made of sturdy foam core board. Collect all the state quarters, plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. territories, in this colorful, durable map of the United States! States are color-coded according to the year that their state quarter was issued. Fun facts about each state are also included. Each coin slot on the map features the design specifically made for that state. There is room to collect all 56 quarters from each of the two mints-112 quarters in all!
New Compact Size! Display your quarter collection in this educational Collector Map. Archival safe board with openings for all 50 states plus all of the U.S. trust territories & D.C. Compact 10" x 11.25" Folded, 20" x 11.25" Open. All materials are inert and safe for your coins.
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This complete reference includes all circulating and non-circulating coins, from early American Token Coinage to modern commemorative issues of the 21st century. The reference features a fully illustrated guide to all United States coin issues, including early issues of Hawaii and offering the most up-to-date pricing in up to 11 grades. Also included is coinage of the Philippines and Puerto Rico while under U.S. administration. Includes new Territorial quarters and America the Beautiful quarters.
Attractive oversize tri-fold portfolio made of sturdy foam core board. In this newest collector's series, the United States mint is issuing one quarter for each state, including the District of Columbia and the U.S. territories, to commemorate national parks and other notable sites, from national forests to national military or historical parks. The collectible quarters are being released in the order in which each site was officially established, and this portfolio accommodates all 56 from each of the two mints-112 quarters in all! Each state is color coordinated to the year its quarter will be issued.
It's a coin collector's dream folder, with a space for every state's newly designed quarters--arranged according to the year each was minted--along with dozens of fascinating facts. When Congress passed the "50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act" in 1997, which led to the creation of quarters honoring every state in the union, its members especially hoped that young people and their families would collect these memorable tokens. This handy folder will help youngsters realize that goal and hold onto these special keepsakes, which are being released over ten years in the order in which the states ratified the Constitution. In addition to the slots for the quarters, kids will find a description of the Commemorative Coin Program; a history of the United States Quarter Dollar; a list of state capitals, nicknames, mottoes, and more; details on how the 50 designs were chosen; and an account of how coins are manufactured by the U.S. Mint and distributed by the Federal Reserve Bank.
District of Columbia and Territories, Philadelphia and Denver Mints
Publisher: Krause Publications
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
There are coin folders and then there is this deluxe State Quarter folder. From the rich red, white and blue background to the breathtaking center spread of coin slots--120 in all--this folder is worthy of this caliber of coins. In addition to a slot for every coin in the series, there is a space for both the Philadelphia Mint and Denver Mint issues. Larger in size than the average, this folder also includes the date each state entered the union, and key facts about the state. This is a great gift for teaching children about their state and the country's currency.