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50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act

50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act

report (to accompany S. 1228)

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commemorative coins -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Commemorative coins -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States,
  • Coinage -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Coinage -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFifty States Commemorative Coin Program Act
    SeriesReport / 105th Congress, 1st session, Senate -- 105-130
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14480541M
    OCLC/WorldCa38023858

    S. , 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act. Octo Cost Estimate. Cost estimate for the bill as ordered reported by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on Octo View Document KB. Summary. November 19th, - The 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act authorizing the striking of the new quarters passed the House and Senate and has been sent to the President. Article in Coin World. September 29th - Treasury sets guides for quarters - excerpt from an article in Coin World.

    The United States Mint is proud to present the Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Program to celebrate the first manned Moon landing on J , and the efforts of the United States space program leading up to this historic event. All coins share common designs and are curved. The set includes one. An Act to Amend Chapter 51 of Ti United States Code, to Allow the Secretary of the Treasury Greater Discretion with Regard to the Placement of the Required Inscriptions on Quarter Dollars Issued under the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program.

    By Louis Golino On J legislation calling for the issuance of a new series of $1 coins that will honor American innovations and innovators was sent to President Trump to be signed into law — which he did Friday. The bill, H.R. — the American Innovation $1 Coin Act — authorizes the issuance of four coins . The United States Mint has estimated that million Americans have collected the coins in the 50 State Quarters Program. On average, this number represents at least one person from every household in the United States. The State Quarters have served as a valuable tool for education of the history and geography of the states.


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51 rows  The 50 State quarters (authorized by Pub.L. –, Stat.enacted December 1, ) was a series circulating commemorative quarters released by the United States from throughthey featured unique designs for each of the 50 US states on the reverse.

The 50 State Quarters Program was started to support a new generation of coin collectors, and it became Value: US Dollar. Act to provide for a year circulating commemorative coin program to commemorate each of the 50 States, and for other purposes Reviews User-contributed reviews.

Dec 1, S. (th). A bill to provide for a year circulating commemorative coin program to commemorate each of the 50 States, and for other purposes. Ina database of bills in the U.S.

Congress. History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Why can't these popular names easily be 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act book in the US Code.

How the US Code is built. 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act. Pub. title III, Oct. 20,Stat. Pub.Dec. 1,Stat. Launched inthe United States Mint’s 50 State Quarters Program was a year initiative that honored each of the nation’s states in the order that they ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union.

Each quarter was produced for about 10 weeks and will never be. It's a coin collector's dream folder, with a space for every state's newly designed quarters--arranged according to the year each was minted--along with dozens of fascinating facts.

When Congress passed the "50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act" inwhich led to the creation of. Statehood Quarters – most popular program in history of coin collecting. The US Mint's 50 statehood quarters program was launched with much fanfare in and met with lots of enthusiasm – especially among new was an initiative that honored each of the states in the order they ratified the Constitution or were admitted to the Union.

50 State Quarters Program. State Quarters were authorized under the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act (Public Law ) signed into law on December 1, by President Clinton.

The Act provided for the redesign and issuance of a circulating commemorative quarter dollar coin for each of the 50 States beginning in Complete 50 Uncirculated State () Quarter Collection Set + 6 Territory Quarters from The US Territories Program in a Beautiful Folder Display Book (Complete Set) out of.

The Treasury requested that Castle's department initiate a study to determine how successful the program would be, and Castle agreed. This was then put into the United States Commemorative Coin Act ofwhich authorized the 50 State Quarter Program without congressional approval, only if the results of the study proved favorable.

The 50 State Quarters Program ended in —its tenth year—with its final five coins. Here’s how the program worked: Inthe United States Mint began striking a new quarter about every ten weeks to honor one of the 50 states—that is, five new quarters every year—until the program ended.

It called for the release of circulating commemorative quarters by the United States Mint. The program ran from until with a common obverse design in a unique reverse design commemorating each of the 50 states. The Mint released the coins at the rate of five new reverse designs per year in the order that the state joined the Union.

Item Number Fifty State plus D.C. & Territories Commemorative Quarter Folder by et al Whitman Coin Book and Supplies and Whitman Coin | out of 5 stars   Meanwhile, coin collectors both new and “seasoned” can acquire the 50 State Quarters series straight from circulation for a price of as little as $ – 25 cents for each of the The United States Commemorative Coin Act of (Public Law ) is a United States federal law which established a commemorative coin program within the United States Mint in In addition, the law specifically authorized commemorative coins to observe the th anniversary of the death of Dolley Madison, to honor George Washington, the th anniversary of the establishment.

This Act may be cited as the ‘‘50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act’’. SEC. FINDINGS. The Congress finds that— (1) it is appropriate and timely— (A) to honor the unique Federal republic of 50 States that comprise the United States; and (B) to promote the diffusion of knowledge among the youth of the United States about the.

The coin, authorized under the 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act ofincludes a reverse depiction of the Statue of Liberty and a geographical outline of New York State. 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act - Amends Federal law to mandate redesign of quarter-dollar coins issued during the ten-year period beginningwith the reverse side emblematic of five of the 50 States each year during such period, selected in the order of their ratification of the U.S.

Constitution or their admission to the Union. Inan act was approved to implement the US 50 state commemorative quarter collection. The program devised a new and unique method of issuing coins – the state quarters were issued in the order of their statehood date.

Inthe United States Mint began the Commemorative State Quarter Program. The program was designed. Despite the United States Mint manufacturing the 50 State Quarters by the hundreds of millions of coins, the venerable Statehood Quarters program is one of the most collected coin series in U.S.

coin history. The U.S. Treasury Department has stated in press releases that million Americans collected the 50 State. Inthe United States Mint introduced a new program to the masses, replacing the traditional bald eagle quarter with a highly detailed state quarter collection.

Covering all 50 states with the unique to state quarter collection, the release helped increase interest in coin collecting and is .Coin Value Price Chart for 50 States and Territories Quarters 25C.

Lookup Coin values for Good, Very Good, Fine, Very Fine, Brilliant Uncirculated & Proof conditions and MS grade. How much 50 States and Territories Quarters are worth. Buy & Sell. Coins for sale for 50 States .Winter Olympic Commemorative Coin Act Pub.

L.Nov. 6,Stat. (31 U.S.C. note) District of Columbia Omnibus Authorization Act.