The most famous coin collecting program in the United States is the 50 State Quarter program. It is a program that has brought coin collecting to many people that have never been involved in coin collecting before.
Every 10 weeks from 1999 to the year 2008, there was a new State Quarter that was issued, one for each of the 50 states. Each of the 50 States reserve side of their quarter will celebrate a design that is unique to that state.
The quarters are part of a program by the U.S. Mint to celebrate and honor each of the states in the United States, the traditions, the history and the symbols that make up each state.
It was designed to help also bring coin collecting to the masses, and it has been very successful.
The United States Senate approved legislation that was eventually made into law to give the U.S. Mint the authority to begin the 50 State Quarter program in 1998, and it began the next year.
The Senate gave the U.S. Mint a certain amount of flexibility to design the quarters to place the different elements in places to accommodate the designs that give each of the States the ability to put symbols, elements and things on their quarter that will make it unique, while still being a U.S.
Some of the elements of the Quarters will remain the same, while others will be unique to each of the states. It has been a wildly successful program that each of the States has embraced supplying the different symbols and elements that help make their quarter unique to them.
Many people have embraced the program, and literally thousands of people around the world and in the United States have began to collect quarters because of this program, and some have gone on to get their own expanded coin collection.
Companies have produced nice coin collection covers, and it has been a program that has been embraced by each of the States as a way to accentuate and bring to the public an element or two about their state. It also has been a program that has brought families together, with grandparents, parents and children collecting coins as they come out.