20 Most Valuable State Quarters Worth Money

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1999 P MS 67 Pennsylvania State Quarter

Pennsylvania got the honor of being the 2nd state to have a state quarter released in 1999. John Mercanti’s design came with the engraved state outline and the words VIRTUE LIBERTY INDEPENDENCE.

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2004 D MS 67 

Alfred Maletsky designed this great coin’s reverse, but it appeared in three possible varieties. You can find coins with regular strikes and those with an extra leaf placed low or high on the left corn cob’s bottom.

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1999 P MS 66 Delaware State Quarter

Many people love Delaware quarter because of the historical significance of the Caesar Rodney horseback ride. The Philadelphia mint struck 373,400,000 coins this year, including a few error coins, so-called die crack spitting horse.

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1999 P MS 67 Connecticut State Quarter

Connecticut quarter displays a Charter Oak Tree where the state’s original Constitution was hidden during turbulent times in American history. James Ferrell faithfully depicted the beloved tree with the added 1788 when this state became a member of the new country.

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2003 P MS 68 Missouri State Quarter

Philadelphia mint produced 225,000,000 Missouri quarters in 2003 with beautiful Alfred Maletsky design. They presented Lewis and Clarke rowing a boat along the Missouri River with the Gateway Arch proudly towering over them from the background.

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1999 P MS 65 Georgia State Quarter

James Ferrell designed this coin, symbolizing this state’s motto JUSTICE, WISDOM, AND MODERATION. You can see a large peach surrounded by oak leaves in front of the state outline and the 1788 year when Georgia became a part of the union.

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2002 D MS 69 Indiana State Quarter

The Denver mint issued 327,200,000 Indiana state quarters in 2002, typically worth $0.67 to $1.43. Designer Donna Weaver did an excellent job with the inscription CROSSROADS OF AMERICA and engraved race car Indy Care over the state outline.

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2000 P MS 69 Massachusetts State Quarter

Thomas D. Rodgers designed the Massachusetts State quarter with a Minuteman statue in front of the state outline. The year 1788 is above his head, while the words the BAY STATE are placed on the right.

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2006 D MS 68 North Dakota State Quarter

You can purchase any of 359,000,000 coins minted in Denver for about $0.45 to $1.13 on the market. However, one collector decided that this piece with unique characteristics was worth $3,760 and bought it for this sum in 2017 at an auction.

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2002 D MS 69 Ohio State Quarter

By Donna Weaver’s design, the Denver mint struck 414,832,000 Ohio quarters in 2002. It shows an old airplane, Wright Flyer, and astronaut Neil Armstrong standing beside the words BIRTHPLACE OF AVIATION PIONEERS.

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2000 P MS 69 South Carolina State Quarter

Thomas D. Rogers engraved the South Carolina State quarter, and the US mint released it in 2000. You can see the state outline on the reverse with the PALMETTO STATE inscription, a states bird Carolina Wren, and a palm tree in front.

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2004 P MS 69 Texas State Quarter

Even though the Texans wanted their quarter to be more sizable than others, the mint refused their request. However, Norman E. Nemeth still designed an imposing coin reverse with a Texas state outline.

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