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11 Jan 2020

State Quarters

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My name is Xavier and I collect state quarters. I like state quarters because they are unique and I can collect them for a long time. I go to the bank and get rolls of quarters and keep the state quarters in them. I have a collection of the state quarters. I have 2 books full of state quarters and almost another book full. I also have a pack with a proof state quarter, the same d and p state quarters. I have a jar of state quarters. I put my state quarters that don’t go in my books in it. I have over 200 state quarters in it. My goal for this year is to have $100 of state quarters in my jar. I have $50 in my jar right now. My favorite state quarter is Idaho. My favorite monument quarter is the Grand canyon. I have been collecting state quarters for a year. I buy state quarters from phils coins. I recently bought the proof set with the p and d quarters. I would like to find a w quarter some time. I would like to have a mint set also. I want to learn more about state quarters, about how coins are minted and about error state quarters. I want to learn what is the rarest quarter in the world. I want to go to a coin show soon and go to the coin shop soon so I can get cool state quarters. I also like standing liberty quarters because they are cool and old and they have silver in them. I have the 1927 d which is a key date standing liberty quarter. I also like bicentennial quarters. I like the double date on them. I have 3 of them right now, but I want more. I have never found a bicentennial in a roll. I just learned that 1964< are silver quarters. I don’t have a full book of monument quarters but I will soon. When I get a full monument quarter book I will sell it. And when I get another state quarter book I will sell it. Sometimes I will look through coin jars for state quarters. When I go to the store I sometimes get state quarters for change and I keep them. Sometimes I go to coin shows and I buy proof state quarters and other quarters. Also I get coins from buying them from other people like my brothers. I would also get to learn more about the ANA. I would like to get a lot of YN dollars for the YN auction. I really like coin collecting and have been doing it for 2 years. I hoped you liked my blog. Thanks for reading it!


Comments

I. R. Bama

Level 5

You might be interested in this. Recently I bought four Proof 70 Washington Quarters. 1961-1964. I bought them at a pawn shop for $20.00 each but they are worth many times more. That was a fun find.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I hope you will hang on to your albums instead of selling them soon after you finish the collection. You will have built a nice collection by the time you get to be an adult and I promise you then you will either wish you had them back or you will be glad you still have them. I still find bicentennial quarters in change from stores sometimes.

Kepi

Level 6

Welcome to the ANA Great blog! Sounds like you are well on your way to collecting. Keep up the good work!

xaviera

Level 4

I also collect standing liberty quarters but they are rarer than normal quarters

xaviera

Level 4

I am sticking with state quarters for maybe someday I'll collect something else

State Quarters are good to collect but I recommend that you branch out to other series. Lincoln wheat cents are a good set to work on. I haven't finished mine yet!

"SUN"

Level 6

Welcome to the ANA blog site. Hopefully, we hear more about your collection in the future.

Longstrider

Level 6

Welcome to the ANA. You wrote a nice blog on your quarters. I also get rolls at the bank to cherry pick varieties of Lincoln cents. I think you will be able to learn a lot here. Just ask... Thanks..

Mike

Level 7

My son and I hit can of the state quarters. He kept collecting them when they changed. Tried to follow you but them stop following sign is up. If you need help ask. Welcome to the ANA. Ok I got it. I'm following you now. .

It's Mokie

Level 6

I am a fan of the state quarters too and have just one set in an album. My favorites are the Hawaii, the New Mexico, and the Wyoming in no particular order. My least favorite is probably one of the overcrowded design examples like Ohio or California. Hope to hear more about your collecting adventures. I get 3 rolls about once a month, I usually find a bicentennial quarter in the group. But I am never sure if it's a 1975 or 1976. (:

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