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1999 was the first year of the United States Quarter Program! It features the first five states to enter the Union: Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Georgia.
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1999 New Jersey Uncirculated Quarter -Philadelphia Mint 1999 Georgia Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint 1999 Connecticut Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint
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1999 New Jersey Uncirculated Quarter -Philadelphia Mint 1999 Georgia Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint 1999 Connecticut Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint
     
1999 Georgia Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Connecticut Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Delaware Uncirculated Quarter - Philadelphia Mint
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1999 Georgia Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Connecticut Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Delaware Uncirculated Quarter - Philadelphia Mint
    Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution on December 7, 1787, so it is the first coin to introduce the 50 State Quarters Program. The Delaware coin features Caeser Rodney, Delaware's most renowned patriot. On July 2, 1776, Rodney rode 80 miles to Philadelphia on horseback to vote in favor of the Declaration of Independence and thereby breaking the tie among Delaware's delegates and proclaiming Delaware as a supporter of the document. He was one of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence. The Delaware Quarter shows Rodney on horseback to symbolize his historic ride.

This Delaware quarter is an uncirculated coin from the Philadelphia Mint. Please keep the coins in their protective airtite coin holder provided to maintain their uncirculated condition.

In December 1997, America's most adventurous coin program became a reality when President Clinton signed legislation authorizing the U.S. Mint to issue the innovative 50 State Quarters collection. Starting in January 1999, each of the 50 states in the Union will be honored on a unique Quarter Dollar commemorative coin. Five states will be featured each year, based on the order in which they ratified the Constitution or became states. Due to the aggressive minting schedule, each State Quarter will be minted for only about 10 weeks. As a result, mintages of each quarter only are to be just a fraction of the "normal" quarters are. Regular issue coins will be minted at both the Philadelphia and the Denver Mints. On the front, otherwise known as the obverse, the specific mintmarks can be found to the right of George Washington's portrait. The small "P" indicates the Philadelphia Mint and the small "D" refers to the Denver.
1999 Delaware Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 New Jersey Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint
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1999 Delaware Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 New Jersey Uncirculated Quarter - Denver Mint
     
1999 Pennsylvania Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 New Jersey Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint
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1999 Pennsylvania Uncirculated Quarter - P Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 New Jersey Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint
 
In December 1997, America's most adventurous coin program became a reality when President Clinton signed legislation authorizing the U.S. Mint to issue the innovative 50 State Quarters collection. Starting in January 1999, each of the 50 states in the Union will be honored on a unique Quarter Dollar commemorative coin. Five states were featured each year, based on the order in which they ratified the Constitution or became states. On the front, otherwise known as the obverse, the mintmarks can be found to the right of George Washington's portrait. The small "S" indicates San Francisco Mint.
Pennsylvania was the second state to ratify the Constituition (December 12,1787) so it is the second state honored in the exciting and innovative 50 State Quarters Program. The design features the Commonwealth statue from the capitol dome in Harrisburg; an outline of the state, a keystone (the symbol of the state); and the state motto Virtue. Liberty and Independence.

Each coin is encapsulated - please keep the coins in their protective coin holder to maintain their condition.
In December 1997, America's most adventurous coin program became a reality when President Clinton signed legislation authorizing the U.S. Mint to issue the innovative 50 State Quarters collection. Starting in January 1999, each of the 50 states in the Union will be honored on a unique Quarter Dollar commemorative coin. Five states were featured each year, based on the order in which they ratified the Constitution or became states. On the front, otherwise known as the obverse, the mintmarks can be found to the right of George Washington's portrait. The small "S" indicates San Francisco Mint.
New Jersey is the third coin honored in the State Quarter Program. New Jersey ratified the Constitution on December 18, 1787. It is preceeded by Delaware and Pennsylvania. The New Jersey commemorative quarter features a rendering of George Washington crossing the Delaware River. It is based on the 1851 painting by Emanuel Leutz and shows Washington standing in his boat accompanied by members of the Colonial Army. Of special note, the obverse also features a portrait of George Washington - making this a rare example of a circulating coin honoring the same person on both the obverse and the reverse. The only other example in American coinage is the Lincoln Cent with the Lincoln Memorial on the reverse.

Each coin is encapsulated - please keep the coins in their protective coin holder to maintain their condition.

1999 Georgia Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 Connecticut Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 New Jersey 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia
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1999 Georgia Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 Connecticut Proof Quarter - San Francisco Mint 1999 New Jersey 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia
In December 1997, America's most adventurous coin program became a reality when President Clinton signed legislation authorizing the U.S. Mint to issue the innovative 50 State Quarters collection. Starting in January 1999, each of the 50 states in the Union will be honored on a unique Quarter Dollar commemorative coin. Five states were featured each year, based on the order in which they ratified the Constitution or became states. On the front, otherwise known as the obverse, the mintmarks can be found to the right of George Washington's portrait. The small "S" indicates San Francisco Mint.
The fourth Quarter Dollar in the U.S Mint historic 50 States series honors Georgia, the fourth state to ratify the Constitution on January 2, 1788. The Georgia Commemorative Quarters central design is a peach, a fruit long associated with the state, within an outline of the state boarder. Live oak springs, symbolic of the state tree, surround the design. Draped across the top of the design is a banner bearing the state motto, Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.

Each coin is encapsulated - please keep the coins in their protective coin holder to maintain their condition.
In December 1997, America's most adventurous coin program became a reality when President Clinton signed legislation authorizing the U.S. Mint to issue the innovative 50 State Quarters collection. Starting in January 1999, each of the 50 states in the Union will be honored on a unique Quarter Dollar commemorative coin. Five states were featured each year, based on the order in which they ratified the Constitution or became states. On the front, otherwise known as the obverse, the mintmarks can be found to the right of George Washington's portrait. The small "S" indicates San Francisco Mint.
The Connecticut State Quarter completes the first year in the 50 State Quarters Program. It is the fifth and final State Quarter to be issued in 1999. Connecticut became the fifth state when it ratified the Constitution on January 9, 1788. The Connecticut Quarter features a magnificent image of the Charter Oak, an important symbol in Colonial Americas quest for freedom from the British.

Each coin is encapsulated - please keep the coins in their protective coin holder to maintain their condition.
 
1999 Georgia 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 Connecticut 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 New Jersey 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver
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1999 Georgia 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 Connecticut 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 New Jersey 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver
     
1999 Georgia 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Connecticut 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Georgia Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint
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1999 Georgia 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Connecticut 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Georgia Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint
     
1999 Connecticut Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint 1999 Delaware 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 Pennsylvania 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia
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1999 Connecticut Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint 1999 Delaware 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia 1999 Pennsylvania 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Philadelphia
     
1999 Georgia Platinum Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Connecticut Platinum Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Delaware 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver
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1999 Georgia Platinum Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Connecticut Platinum Quarter - Denver Mint 1999 Delaware 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver
     
1999 Pennsylvania 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Delaware Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint
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1999 Pennsylvania 24 Karat Gold Quarter - Denver 1999 Delaware Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint 1999 Pennsylvania Platinum Quarter - Philadelphia Mint