Set of 50: 1999-S - 2008-S Complete Silver Statehood Quarter Set PF69 UCAM
The 50 State Commemorative Coin Program Act was signed by Bill Clinton in 1997. Just two years later, in 1999, the minting of 50 uniquely designed quarters began. Each one of these quarters is specifically designed with a state in mind. As a result, the reverse of each of these 50 quarters showcases a specifically tailored design that is emblematic of a state’s unique history, traditions, and symbols. The order that these coins were released was the same order that their respective states gained statehood in America. This complete set of State Quarters includes each of the 50 quarters struck for the State Quarter Program, all graded a nearly perfect Proof 69 UCAM by NGC.
The State Quarters were struck for circulation with a clad composition and in Proof with both clad and silver compositions. Out of all types of State Quarters that were minted, the silver proof examples are by far the rarest. For every 570 circulation State Quarters struck, there was only one silver proof example struck. In addition, there were 2.5 times less silver proofs struck than clad proofs. This makes the silver proof quarters significantly rarer than all other State Quarter issues. The sets we are offering today are all struck from silver and graded Proof 69 UCAM by NGC! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to add these 50 State Quarters to your numismatic collection for the low price of just $795!