Hawaii state quarters

The Hawaii state quarter kicked-off with its ceremonial debut on Monday with thunderous success. Children who received a free, shiny Hawaii quarter were pleased, as it appears were those who waited in long lines for many hours to exchange money for the coins. For a local perspective and one of the top news stories ever […]

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Hawaii state quarters officially enter circulation on Monday, but their ceremonial release kicks-off a week later, on Monday, November 10, the United States Mint announced. On the evening prior, Mint Director Ed Moy will also host a free Public Coin Forum where collectors and the media can ask questions and learn more about U.S. coins […]

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Americans will watch the final state quarter enter circulation with the launch of the Hawaii quarter on November 3, the United States Mint announced Tuesday. The release marks the conclusion of the 50 State Quarters® Program, which is described by the Mint as "one of the most successful coin programs in U.S. history" with approximately […]

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The United States Mint 2008 Hawaii Official First Day Coin Cover went on sale Monday for the price of $14.95, plus $4.95 for standard shipping and handling. The 35,000 limited edition covers are the 50th and final in the series and include two Hawaii state quarters with reverse designs featuring monarch King Kamehameha I stretching […]

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