State Quarter Maps
There’s nothing more fun than collecting state quarters, and looking at a colorful state quarter map will show you why. Perfect for getting young collectors started in a kids’ coin collecting hobby, state quarters are one of the most popular numismatic categories. But even if you’re not a kid, collecting our nation’s representative quarters makes good sense. The U.S. Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program has been the most wildly successful coin program in history, with many folks determined to gather the entire series. Set to run from 1999-2008, the final coin (Hawaii) was released in November of 2008, so now it’s possible to showcase the full collection.
A state quarter map is the ideal way to display this fun collector’s set. Wizard offers a selection of maps from your favorite coin album makers, such as Whitman, Littleton, and H.E. Harris. One of our most popular items is Littleton’s State Quarters Display Map, with color-coded year of issuance and spaces for the territories – released in 2009. Collect state quarters along with your children and you’ll teach them history, geography, politics – it’ll be so fun, they won’t realize they’re learning!
Wizard also offers standard coin folders and albums for state quarters, if that’s your preference, as well as many interesting and fact-filled books about these appealing coins. Check out Whitman’s “Insider Guide to Collecting State Quarters” for all of the “inside” info.
You can find state quarter folders and supplies at many online coin sites, but none of them have Wizard’s comprehensive selection, guaranteed lowest prices, and customer service that makes you feel like an old friend. It’s because we’re collectors too – we still get excited about the world of coin collecting, and we’re happy to share our experiences with you. We want to hear from you too. Tell us about your favorite, time-tested products and we’ll do our best to stock them for you.