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2002 Tennessee State Quarters

Dive into the world of numismatics with our impressive selection of 2002 Tennessee State Quarters, available in both uncirculated and graded conditions. Celebrate the Volunteer State with these beautifully designed coins, featuring a unique representation of Tennessee's musical heritage and its iconic state symbols.

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Uncirculated 2002 Tennessee State Quarters

Our uncirculated 2002 Tennessee State Quarters are carefully selected to ensure they are in excellent condition, with minimal marks or wear. These coins have never been circulated, preserving the original luster and intricate design details. Add these beautiful, untouched specimens to your collection and appreciate the artistry and craftsmanship that has gone into creating these remarkable coins.

Graded 2002 Tennessee State Quarters

For collectors who seek the highest quality coins, we also offer a range of graded 2002 Tennessee State Quarters. Each coin has been meticulously evaluated and graded by professional numismatic experts from reputable grading services such as PCGS or NGC, ensuring the authenticity and quality of your purchase. These graded coins come encased in protective holders, displaying their grade and certification for your convenience.

  • MS-60 to MS-70: Mint State coins graded in this range are in uncirculated condition, with varying degrees of quality and eye appeal. MS-70 represents the highest quality, while MS-60 exhibits some minor imperfections.
  • PR-60 to PR-70: Proof coins graded in this range showcase the finest details, with PR-70 representing a perfect proof coin and PR-60 exhibiting some imperfections in the mirror-like finish.

Design of the 2002 Tennessee State Quarter

The 2002 Tennessee State Quarter is the 16th release in the popular 50 State Quarters Program by the United States Mint. The coin's reverse design, created by Donna Weaver and sculpted by Charles L. Vickers, features three significant elements:

  1. A guitar, symbolizing the state's rich musical history and its contributions to country, blues, and rock music;
  2. A trumpet and a fiddle, representing the state's diverse musical heritage and the significance of the Grand Ole Opry;
  3. Three stars, paying homage to Tennessee's state flag and its division into three regions: East, Middle, and West Tennessee.

The coin's obverse, designed by John Flanagan, features the classic portrait of George Washington, the first President of the United States.

Explore Our Collection and Enhance Your Numismatic Journey

Whether you're a seasoned collector or just beginning your numismatic journey, our 2002 Tennessee State Quarters collection offers something for everyone. Browse our selection of uncirculated and graded coins today to find the perfect addition to your collection or a thoughtful gift for the coin enthusiast in your life.