Monday, June 11, 2007

US Mint 50 State Quarters Checklist

Although I am based in Canada, I travel frequently to the United States. One of the things that has fascinated me here is their 50 State Quarters program by the US Mint. Yes, I know the Canadian mint did the same thing years before. I already have all of those provincial quarters, so I was looking for a new coin to collect.

Anyhow, I have looked high and low for an official checklist of quarters, but I could not find one. So I made one up myself. It is available here. Click on the checklist icon to download it. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader. It checks in at about 4 MiB.

I would have linked to the original Word Document, but at 16.5 MiB, it is just too big.



Version 1.4
Updated on 2009-03-14
  • updated the 2009 U.S. Territories coin images with new, hi-resolution images.
  • added release date for the first 2009 coin
Version 1.3
Updated on 2008-08-16
  • fixed year typo on the 2007 coin page (it read 2006, thanks Anonymous)
  • added new coin images for 2008 coins
  • added release dates for additional 2008 coins
  • added coin images for 2009 coins
  • added statehood dates
Version 1.2
Updated on 2008-01-06
  • added new coin images for 2007 & 2008 coins
Version 1.1
Updated on 2007-06-12
  • added new coin images for released coins
  • added 2008 coin images
  • added table for possible 2009 program extension
  • added version control and title page
  • cleaned-up layout
Version 1.0
  • Initial Release

This list is current as of the date of release, and will be updated regularly (at least every time a new quarter is released). The list is aligned to the right so that you can hole punch the page.

I don't know why some of the images don't look good, they were fine before the PDF conversion. Hopefully I can remedy that in future updates.

One more thing, the two columns marked D and P indicate the Denver and Philadelphia mints, respectively, where the quarters are minted. The D or P appears on the lower right of the heads side, behind Washington's ponytail. Every quarter has a D and P version.

Should be useful for all you coin collectors actively collecting these coins.

Until next time, keep on having fun.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have the list that came out..check out link att:

http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/50sq_program/index.cfm?action=schedule

Anonymous said...

Great list! My 5 year old son just started collecting the quarters and this is very helpful with the picutres of the quarters since he cannot read yet! Great job!!!!

Anonymous said...

Great list! My 5 year old son just started collecting the quarters and this is very helpful with the picutres of the quarters since he cannot read yet! Great job!!!!

Anonymous said...

Great list! There is a typo you may want to know about... the 2007 page header says 2006 (version 1.2). Fantastic just the same!

Anonymous said...

Hey man, thanks so much for making this! i really appreciate this and again thanks! happy holidays! -sam school2soccer@yahoo.com

Waconteur Wabbit said...

While (NOT "whilst") the http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/50sq_program/index.cfm?action=schedule website is informative, it isn't a checklist a collector can use to mark off when he collects a P, D, S, or silver state quarter. Does anybody have a useful website for that?

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your time and energy! Am starting a Silver Proof set with my Daughter!

Simon said...

Thanks so much for putting this together! Great help. I would be really grateful if you could email me the word version. vsvirginsi@hotmail.com
Thanks again.
p.s. are you thinking of doing one similar for the new national parks set of quarters which started this year? Thanks, Simon

Anonymous said...

Wow, just what we were looking for to help my 6 year old start his collection.

Anonymous said...

Love the list, thanks for taking the time to make it.

Danny H said...

I know its been alittle while since you posted all this up but you think i could get a copy of the word doc emailed? Im trying to come up with a list including the newest quarters. Thanks so much dannyhughey@hotmail.com