State Quarters Circulating in Virginia

Eckberg, Bill
March 2006
Virginia Numismatist;Spring2006, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p9
The article cites a study on the proportion of state quarters circulating in Virginia. The study also provides a picture of numismatics in the U.S. since the State Quarter Program, the most popular numismatic projects in the country, began. An analysis of the coins found by date and percentage of the total coins minted is presented. The author found that many of the state quarters circulate for a relatively short period of time.


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