Statehood Quarter; mint mark location is on the obverse.
Start your 1999-2008 Statehood quarter collection off right with this handy checklist! While many people choose to start their collection with just one coin of each design, others like to assemble complete Uncirculated sets with coins from both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints. When you also consider Clad and Silver Proof issues from San Francisco, your potential collection expands even further...
However you choose to collect America's Statehood quarters, this checklist is designed to keep you organized. If you'd simply like to collect one of each design, scroll down to use our Statehood Quarters Starter Collection checklist. It's organized by year, with the coins listed in their order of issue. Just check off the box beside the state design you're adding to your collection – it's that simple! If you'd like to print the checklist to carry with you, we have printer-friendly options available further down on this page.
If your collection is more inclusive, you can download the complete Statehood Commemorative Quarter Checklist. Just like the starter checklist, this full-length version features every state organized by year. But this version has columns for both regular issues from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, as well as the clad and 90% silver Proofs from San Francisco. As you add to your collection, simply locate the state, then check off the box next to the appropriate issue for your coin. It's that easy!
The most important part of any collecting endeavor is to have fun. And the possibilities for a Statehood quarter collection are almost limitless! These checklists simply offer a helpful place to start. Learn more about America's Statehood quarters and their groundbreaking designs.
Please note: Statehood Quarters for circulation were minted in Philadelphia and Denver and are referred to as P and D, respectively. Read more about the U.S. Mints.