Search & Save: State Quarters

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Search & Save: State Quarters

Each Search & Save™ volume consists of a 64-page book bound with a Coin Album page for storing and displaying a coin collection. Richly illustrated and entertaining, Search & Save volumes are intended for beginning to intermediate hobbyists, and as a fun way to introduce newcomers to active coin collecting.

In 1999 American started a 10-year celebration of the states that make up our great nation. The 50 State Quarters Program commemorated each stat in the order that is joined the Union. Five new quarter dollar coins were issued every year from 1999 through 2008. Each has a unique reverse design symbolic of its state's history, traditions, culture, or natural environment.

In late 2007, Congress approved another coinage series for the quarter dollar, to start in 2009. The new program gave us quarters for the District of Columbia and the five U.S. territories: the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

With this attractive commemorative book and coin album you'll learn all about these coins, and more. And you can build your own personalized collection of State quarters! These are historically important coins that you can find in your pocket change.

This book and album is perfect for display and for long-term storage. It will keep your coins safe and show them off for future generations.

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    Posted by Rishi on 30th Dec 2017

    This book is not a proper album as it has only a space for each year a state and territory quarter was produced. It does, though have a few facts, such as the capital, presidents born their and more, a description of the quarter, (what's on the obverse of the quarter), and the picture of a quarter and a picture of something in the state, (normally something on the quarter). Some facts include, that Vermont was the state with the first patent. Or Ohio was the home of the first traffic light, cash register, and hot dog. It also has this for territories except with a more in depth history. I would consider this album more as a book, as you can only put one quarter per year and not every quarter. So, in conclusion, the Search and Save State Quarters book is good more to learn rather than store coins.