Commemorative Quarters Sites

Sort
First Commemorative Mint is America’s trusted seller and the coin collector's source for Mint Coins, Commemorative Coin, Presidential Coins, U S Quarters and Presidential Dollars. Obtain Limited Edition Mint Coins Mint coins are prized by collectors, and also make fantastic gifts as mementos for a certain year - a commemorative coin can be bought upon the birth of a child and given on an...
Rank
1
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
Quarterdesigns is not an official government website or connected to any official entity in any way. For the official US Mint Quarters website-Click Here. Quarterdesigns is an independent website and makes no claims of completeness of design concepts for any state. Contained here are images gathered from the internet and other resources regarding the state quarters. Quarterdesigns includes a...
Rank
2
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
The 50 State Quarters Program featured unique designs for each state over a ten year period. Find certified State Quarters for sale, graded by PCGS and NGC, including high grade uncirculated and proof coins. States Quarters were produced several different formats during the course of the series....
Rank
3
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
The Definitive Guidebook to Collecting State Quarters. The idea of a circulating commemorative has been around the hobby for decades, but frankly, good ideas are a dime a dozen. Far more rare is the ability to move an idea to reality, especially in the rough and tumble environment of Washington,...
Rank
4
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
Ld be with pennies, we will focus on the Lincoln Cent for the years 1909 through 1958, which are the Wheat Cents. There are still a number of “wheat cents” showing up in circulation, so it is possible to start a coin collection without spending a great deal of money. While you are searching your...
Rank
5
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
Top Commemorative Quarters Sites (20)
The 50 State Quarters Program was a series of circulating commemorative coins produced by the United States Mint to offer each of the 50 states of the Union. The series proved to be extremely popular with the public, with many eagerly collecting the coins throughout the ten year duration of the program. A popular method of collecting the series was through State Quarter Rolls. When issued to...
Rank
6
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
A helpful guide to buying and owning junk silver coins and bullion. All U.S. dimes, quarters, half dollars and silver dollars minted 1964 and earlier contain 90% silver and are known as "junk" silver coins because they don't have numismatic value to collectors (they're not rare, old, minting mistakes, proof coins, commemorative coins, etc.) Nickels minted during WWII (1942-1945) are known as...
Rank
7
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
Information on the new quarters featuring National Parks and Sites. Includes release dates, mintages, images, and descriptions. The new series of circulating commemorative quarters was first proposed on June 4, 2008. The bill H.R. 6184: America’s Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008 was introduced by Rep. Michael Castle of Delaware. The legislation was approved by the House...
Rank
8
Vote
Sponsor
0.0
Each collection incorporated two or three plastic lenses which housed the proof versions of circulating coins. During each of the years of issue, the exact make up of these circulating coins differed due to the Westward Journey Nickels Program, State Quarters Program, and Presidential Dollar Programs. For the years from 2005 to 2007, two different proof commemorative silver dollars were...
Rank
9
Vote
Sponsor
0.0