Utah State Quarter Collection features one uncirculated quarter each from the Denver (D) and Philadelphia (P) mints. Utah is the fifth and final State Quarter of 2007, and the 45th state to enter the Union. It's nicknamed the The Beehive State. The reverse of Utah's quarter features two locomotives moving toward the golden spike that joined the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, linking East to West and transforming both the Utah Territory and the Nation with the inscription "Crossroads of the West." The coin also bears the inscriptions "Utah" and "1896." This two-coin set of brilliant uncirculated U.S. Minted quarter dollars is an educational and convenient way to collect every quarter in the 56-coin series. The colorful tri-fold card includes interesting historical facts about the state and the significance of its quarter design. It includes notable natives, population and other interesting statistics to study and enjoy. The collection opens up to a 5" x 15" vertical tri-fold.