See what the rare $35,000 quarter looks like! Here’s the scoop on the rare 1970 quarter, plus info on other rare quarters you can find in pocket change and what they’re worth.
Clad quarters have a copper band around the edge, between 2 nickel colored layers. Look for these 8 valuable quarters in your everyday pocket change!
Modern coins are great for collectors who like cool designs and cheap options. Here are tips on collecting modern coins plus how and where you’ll find them.
A list of all 56 America the Beautiful Quarters, including their release years and unique topics. I’ve also got some some cool facts about these quarters!
A list of all the people, foods, vehicles, architecture, plants, animals, and state mottos that appear on the 50 state quarters. Plus some fun trivia too.
Three of the most popular coin sets for beginning coin collectors are: Lincoln Cents, Jefferson Nickels, and the 50 State Quarters. See why…
Check out these 10 famous coins that aren’t too expensive for you to afford!
There are at least 25 rare quarters that you should be looking to place into your coin collection, including a few Washington quarters worth a bundle.
What’s the difference between being a coin collector and a coin hoarder?
Check out these 10 ideas for coin short set collections that’ll surely help any coin collector have fun on a budget.
Colorized coins are coins which have been painted after leaving the mint. However, there are some coins which have been intentionally colored by official government mints around the world.
The 1999 proof set was the first coin set to feature the 50 States Quarters.
Check out these 7 different coin collecting goals you’ll be able to finish over the summer.
Check out these 5 coin games kids will love!
While the U.S. Mint has released the America the Beautiful Quarters, coin collectors are still very interested in collecting the 2009 Territorial Quarters and 50 State Quarters.
Trying to earn a coin collecting merit badge? Here are all the coin collecting merit badge requirements Boy Scouts must meet to earn a coin collecting merit badge!
50 State quarters continue to be popular with all types of coin collectors because of the coins’ exciting and diverse designs. Be sure to keep an eye on your pocket change, because you can still easily complete this fascinating coin series without having to spend more than face value.
Beginning in 2010, the United States Mint will begin producing the America the Beautiful quarter dollar program. These exciting new quarters will feature the beautiful national parks and monuments in each of the 50 states. The program will last until at least 2021 but may be extended until 2032.
The U.S. Mint just released the list of all 56 design topics which will appear on the America the Beautiful Quarters series which will run from 2010 through 2021.
See how the 50 State Quarters program sparked a renewed interest in public coin collecting. Collecting the U.S. quarters led many to start collecting other coins. Here we review the ups and downs of coin collecting through the years, and how it all comes back to the U.S. quarter.
Determining which type of coin collector you are will make it easier to find coin collecting clubs and what sort of coin catalogs and magazines to buy or subscribe to.
The Wisconsin quarter error with the extra leaf has caused much speculation on how the error occurred. Was it deliberate or an honest mistake. One thing’s for sure, the Wisconsin state quarter error is worth searching for!
The Puerto Rico quarter is the 2nd quarter issued in the Washington D.C. and Territories coins. It was released on March 30, 2009. Puerto Rico quarters sell for between 50 cents and $1 from most coin dealers. The quarters are also available at face value from banks.
See what Illinois state quarters are worth today, plus a little about colorized quarters and coins with President Obama’s likeness on them.
While the New York quarter is a beautiful coin, uncirculated quarters bring less than a dollar. Proof versions of New York quarters run the gamut between $10 to $25 depending on the metal in the coin.