Delaware

Depicts the historic horseback ride of soldier and statesman Caesar Rodney, delegate to the Continental Congress. On July 1, 1776, suffering from illness, Rodney embarked on the 80-mile journey to Philadelphia dramatically arriving at Independence Hall the next morning just in time to cast a deciding vote in favor of the resolution of independence. Inscriptions: Caesar Rodney and The First State.
Release Date: January 1, 1999

Mintage Denver: 401,424,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 373,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,713,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 804,565
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $4.00 -- $6.00 $22.00

 

Pennsylvania

Depicts the statue "Commonwealth," an outline of the state, the state motto, and a keystone. The statue "Commonwealth," sits atop Pennsylvania's state capitol dome in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The image of the keystone honors the state’s nickname, "The Keystone State," a testament to Pennsylvania’s contributions to the economic, social, and political development of the United States. Inscription: Virtue Liberty Independence.
Release Date: March 8, 1999

Mintage Denver: 358,332,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 349,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,713,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 804,565
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $3.50 -- $0.40 $4.00 -- $6.00 $22.00

 

New Jersey

Depicts General George Washington and members of the Colonial Army crossing the Delaware River. Washington's legendary crossing on December 25, 1776 during the American Revolutionary War, was the first move in a surprise attack against the Hessian forces in Trenton. Based on the famous 1851 painting by Emmanuel Leutze, the image commemorates the role of New Jersey in these pivotal moments in the nation’s history. Inscription: Crossroads of the Revolution.
Release Date: May 17, 1999

Mintage Denver: 299,028,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 363,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,713,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 804,565
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $4.00 -- $0.40 $4.50 -- $6.00 $22.00

 

Georgia

Depicts a silhouetted outline of Georgia, Oak branches (the official state tree) and a peach. Nicknamed “The Peach State,” Georgia's peach industry has a long tradition. Franciscan monks introduced peaches to the region in the 16th century and by the mid-1700s they were being cultivated by the Cherokee Indians. Today the peach is one of Georgia’s most important crops and it is the third largest producer in the country. Inscription: Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.
Release Date: July 19, 1999

Mintage Denver: 488,744,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 451,188,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,713,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 804,565
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $6.00 $22.00

 

Connecticut

Depicts the Charter Oak a legendary part of the state’s history. The unusually large white oak tree was noted by early settlers in what would become Hartford, Connecticut. According to the story, in order to undermine the legitimacy of the colonial government, British agents were sent to seize Connecticut Colony’s charter granted by King Charles II. The charter was hidden in a hollow of the oak tree which became known as the Charter Oak. Inscription: The Charter Oak
Release Date: October 12, 1999

Mintage Denver: 657,480,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 688,744,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,713,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 804,565
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $6.00 $22.00

 

Massachusetts

Depicts a Minuteman of the American Revolution against an outline of the state. The image is based on the "Minuteman" statue standing in The Minuteman National Historical Park in Concord. The Minutemen forces were made up of regular farmers and colonists, called Minutemen because they were trained to assemble and fight on just a minute's notice. Inscription: The Bay State.
Release Date: January 3, 2000

Mintage Denver: 535,184,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 629,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 4,079,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 965,921
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.00 -- $0.40 $7.00 -- $4.00 $8.50

 

Maryland

Depicts the Maryland Statehouse surrounded by White Oak leaf clusters. The Maryland Statehouse is steeped in history. From 1783-1784, the Maryland Statehouse served as the nation's first peacetime capital. Even the Statehouse lightning rod has a history. It is a "Franklin" rod, and it was built to Benjamin Franklin's specifications at a time when the nature of electricity was just beginning to be understood. The building serves today as the country's oldest state capitol building still in legislative use. Inscription: The Old Line State.
Release Date: March 13, 2000

Mintage Denver: 556,526,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 678,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 4,079,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 965,921
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.00 -- $0.40 $6.00 -- $4.00 $8.50

 

South Carolina

Depicts a Palmetto Tree, the Carolina Wren and the Yellow Jessamine over an outline of the state. The importance of the Palmetto Tree, the state tree, dates back to the Revolutionary War when colonists in a small fort built of Palmetto logs successfully defeated a British fleet trying to capture Charleston Harbor. Inscription: The Palmetto State.
Release Date: May 22, 2000

Mintage Denver: 566,208,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 742,756,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 4,079,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 965,921
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $7.00 -- $0.40 $7.00 -- $4.00 $8.50

 

New Hampshire

Depicts "The Old Man of the Mountain" a distinctive rock formation on Mt. Cannon in the Franconia Notch gateway to northern New Hampshire. Until it crumbled in early 2003, the unique formation was one of the state’s most popular attractions. Natural freeze and thaw cycles had weakened the formation over the years and extensive efforts to preserve the beloved landmark with chains, steel rods, concrete and weatherproofing were ultimately unsuccessful. Inscriptions: Live Free or Die and Old Man of the Mountain.
Release Date: August 17, 2000

Mintage Denver: 495,976,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 673,040,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 4,079,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 965,921
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $9.00 -- $0.40 $8.00 -- $4.00 $8.50

 

Virginia

Depicts the three ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery that brought the first settlers to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in what would become the United States. The ships made landfall in May 1607 at a place they named Cape Henry. The original colonists suffered extreme hardships with only 61 of the original 500 surviving the first three years. Inscriptions: Jamestown 1607-2007 and Quadricentennial.
Release Date: October 16, 2000

Mintage Denver: 651,616,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 943,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 4,079,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 965,921
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.00 -- $0.40 $6.00 -- $4.00 $8.50

 

New York

Depicts the Statue of Liberty superimposed over an outline of the state bordered by 11 stars signifying that New York was the eleventh state to enter the Union. The imagery celebrates New York both as a symbol of freedom and as the point of entry for generations of immigrants. From 1892 to 1954, over twelve million people entered the United States through the portal of Ellis Island, a small island in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty. Inscription: Gateway to Freedom.
Release Date: January 2, 2001

Mintage Denver: 619,640,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 655,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,094,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 889,697
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $6.00 $10.00

 

North Carolina

Depicts the “Wright Flyer” the world’s first powered, heavier-than-air machine to achieve controlled flight. Designed and built by the Wright brothers, the historic first flight took place December 17, 1903 near the Kill Devil Hills, about four miles south of Kitty Hawk. The Flyer flew four times that day ultimately completing a run of 852 feet in 59 seconds. Inscription: First Flight.
Release Date: March 12, 2001

Mintage Denver: 427,876,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 627,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,094,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 889,697
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $6.00 $10.00

 

Rhode Island

Depicts a sailboat gliding through Rhode Island's famous Narragansett Bay, and the Pell Bridge in the background. The design pays tribute to Rhode Island's most popular sport—sailing. Known as the sailing capital of the world, Rhode Island was home to the America's Cup for more than 50 years. Inscription: The Ocean State.
Release Date: May 21, 2001

Mintage Denver: 447,100,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 423,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,094,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 889,697
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.50 -- $0.40 $6.50 -- $6.00 $10.00

 

Vermont

Depicts a Vermonter tending his sap buckets among the maple trees with Camel's Hump Mountain in the background. The production of maple syrup and other maple products is a thriving tradition that signals the arrival of spring in Vermont. In the early history of the country, maple sugar was the principal sweetener in North America. Although it has been largely replaced by cane and corn sugars, the maple sugar trade remains a vital part of the Vermont economy. Inscription: Freedom and Unity.
Release Date: August 6, 2001

Mintage Denver: 459,404,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 423,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,094,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 889,697
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $7.00 -- $0.40 $7.00 -- $6.00 $10.00

 

Kentucky

Depicts a thoroughbred racehorse and Federal Hill the stately home which was the inspiration for Stephen Foster’s famous ballad and now the state song “My Old Kentucky Home.” The racehorse signifies Kentuckian’s pride in the state’s hosting of the Kentucky Derby and its heritage in thoroughbred horses. Inscription: My Old Kentucky Home.
Release Date: October 15, 2001

Mintage Denver: 370,564,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 353,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,094,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 889,697
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $6.50 -- $0.40 $6.50 -- $6.00 $10.00

 

Tennessee

Depicts three instruments and three stars. The stars symbolize Tennessee’s three regions. The instruments symbolize each region’s distinct musical style. The fiddle represents the Appalachian music of east Tennessee, the trumpet stands for the blues of west Tennessee for which Memphis is famous, and the guitar is for central Tennessee, home to Nashville, the capital of country music. Inscription: Musical Heritage.
Release Date: January 2, 2002

Mintage Denver: 286,468,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 361,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,084,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 892,230
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $7.00 -- $0.40 $6.50 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Ohio

Depicts an early aircraft and an astronaut, superimposed on the outline of the state, honoring Ohio's contributions to the history of aviation. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and John Glenn were both born in Ohio, as was Orville Wright, co-inventor of the airplane. On March 1, 2002 two astronauts with Ohio ties, Nancy Currie and Richard Linnehan carried Ohio state quarters into space on the shuttle Columbia on an 11 day mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. Inscription: Birthplace of Aviation Pioneers.
Release Date: March 18, 2002

Mintage Denver: 414,832,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 217,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,084,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 892,230
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.50 -- $0.40 $5.50 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Louisiana

Depicts a pelican, Louisiana’s state bird, a trumpet with musical notes, and the outline of the Louisiana Purchase territory. Although Louisiana's official nickname is "The Pelican State," pelicans had disappeared from the Louisiana coast by the mid-1960s driven away by pesticides. However, after a successful repopulation effort there are now about 40,000 of the birds living in the state. The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 was a pivotal moment in the history of the United States, nearly doubling its size and making it one of the largest countries in the world. The trumpet and musical note are a tribute to the state's association with jazz music heritage. Inscription: Louisiana Purchase.
Release Date: May 30, 2002

Mintage Denver: 402,204,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 362,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,084,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 892,230
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.50 -- $0.40 $5.50 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Indiana

Depicts a racecar superimposed on an outline of the state reflecting state pride in the famous Indianapolis 500 race. Held Memorial Day weekend each year at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Indy 500 is synonymous with automobile racing. The design also includes 19 stars which symbolize Indiana as the 19th state admitted into the Union. Inscription: Crossroads of America.
Release Date: August 8, 2002

Mintage Denver: 327,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 362,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,084,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 892,230
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Mississippi

Depicts two magnolias, the state flower. Although they are not native to North America, magnolias have become a powerful symbol of the southern United States and are a particular favorite of Mississippians. Inscription: The Magnolia State.
Release Date: October 15, 2002

Mintage Denver: 289,600,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 290,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,084,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 892,230
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Illinois

Depicts a young Abraham Lincoln within the outline of the state, a farm scene and the Chicago skyline. The image is based on “The Resolute Lincoln” a bronze statue by sculptor Avard Fairbanks. The twenty-one stars bordering the coin symbolize Illinois as the 21st state to be admitted into the Union. Inscriptions: Land of Lincoln and 21st Century State.
Release Date: January 2, 2003

Mintage Denver: 237,400,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 225,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,408,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,257,555
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $3.50 $8.50

 

Alabama

Depicts an image of Helen Keller with her name in both standard lettering and Braille - the first U.S. circulating coin to feature Braille. Despite her losing her sight and hearing to illness as a young child, Helen Keller learned to speak and read, and became the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. She became an advocate for disabled persons and women. Inscriptions: Helen Keller and Spirit of Courage.
Release Date: March 17, 2003

Mintage Denver: 232,400,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 225,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,408,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,257,555
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $3.50 $8.50

 

Maine

Depicts the Pemaquid Point Light Station and a schooner at sea. One of Maine's most popular tourist attractions, the Light Station is located in New Harbor and marks the entrance to Muscongus Bay and Johns Bay. The point was the scene of many shipwrecks through the centuries, including the 1635 wreck of the British ship Angel Gabriel. The first lighthouse at the station was commissioned in 1826 to provide improved safety for the increasing maritime trade, fishing, and the shipping of lumber along the Maine coast.
Release Date: June 2, 2003

Mintage Denver: 213,400,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 217,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,408,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,257,555
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $3.50 $8.50

 

Missouri

Depicts Lewis and Clark’s historic return to St. Louis down the Missouri River, with the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Gateway Arch) in the background. Lewis and Clark’s 8,000 mile journey to explore the uncharted Louisiana Purchase territory began in St. Charles, Missouri -- just 20 miles west of St. Louis -- in 1804 and ended when they returned to St. Louis, Missouri in 1806. Inscription: Corps of Discovery 1804-2004.
Release Date: August 4, 2003

Mintage Denver: 228,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 225,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,408,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,257,555
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $3.50 $8.50

 

Arkansas

Depicts the image of rice stalks, a diamond and a mallard flying above a lake celebrating Arkansas’ nickname as the "Natural State." Arkansas has more than 600,000 acres of natural lakes. The state boasts the oldest diamond mine in North America. Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public and visitors get to keep what they find.
Release Date: October 20, 2003

Mintage Denver: 229,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 228,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,408,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,257,555
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $3.50 $8.50

Michigan

Depicts the outline of the State and the Great Lakes system. From 1825 when the opening of the Erie Canal connected the Great Lakes and the Hudson River and New York City, until modern times, much of Michigan's social and economic history and livelihood is tied to the Great Lakes. Michigan shores meet four of the five Great Lakes - Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Erie. Inscription: Great Lakes State.
Release Date: January 26, 2004

Mintage Denver: 225,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 233,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,740,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,775,370
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Florida

Depicts a Spanish gallon, symbolizing discoveries of the past; a Space Shuttle representing the discoveries of the future; and Sable palms, Florida’s state tree. The choice of imagery highlights Florida’s history a focal point for discovery, from the 16th century explorations of Ponce de Leon and Hernando de Soto to its central role in the space program of modern times. Inscription: Gateway to Discovery.
Release Date: March 29, 2004

Mintage Denver: 241,600,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 240,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,740,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,775,370
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Texas

Depicts a star superimposed on an outline of the state encircled by a lariat. The lariat is symbolic of the cattle and cowboy history and frontier spirit of Texas. Icons of westward expansion, the Texas cowboy played an important cultural and economic role driving cattle from the ranches where they were raised hundreds of miles to the nearest railroads. Inscription: The Lone Star State.
Release Date: June 1, 2004

Mintage Denver: 263,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 278,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,740,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,775,370
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Iowa

Depicts a one-room schoolhouse with a teacher and students planting a tree - based on "Arbor Day," a painting by Iowan Grant Wood. The classic painting reminds people of Iowa’s rural frontier heritage, the importance of agriculture and natural resources to the state’s history, and is a testament to Iowa’s long standing commitment to education. Inscriptions: Foundation in Education and Grant Wood.
Release Date: August 30, 2004

Mintage Denver: 251,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 213,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,740,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,775,370
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Wisconsin

Depicts a cow, a round of cheese and an ear of corn. The images are a tribute to Wisconsin’s dairy heritage. Wisconsin is home to more dairy farms than any other state: nearly 14,000 dairy operations caring for over 1.25 million dairy cows. Cheese making in Wisconsin dates back more than 160 years when people would make cheese at home as a way of storing excess milk. Today the state produces billions of pounds of cheese each year and is celebrated for the varieties and specialty products. Inscription: Forward.
Release Date: October 25, 2004

Mintage Denver: 226,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 226,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,740,500
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,775,370
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 -- $0.40 $5.00 -- $5.00 $9.00

 

Wisc. - Extra Leaf High

There are two dramatic and highly sought after Wisconsin state quarter errors. One is called "extra leaf low" and contains an extra leaf on the left of the corn stalk pointing down. The other is called "extra leaf high" and has an extra leaf on the left side of the corn stalk pointing up. There is some mystery surrounding the Wisconsin leaf varieties. Some believe them to be legitimate errors produced by die gouges. Others suspect they were intentionally produced.
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$200 $800 -- -- -- -- -- --

 

Wisc. - Extra Leaf Low

There are two dramatic and highly sought after Wisconsin state quarter errors. One is called "extra leaf low" and contains an extra leaf on the left of the corn stalk pointing down. The other is called "extra leaf high" and has an extra leaf on the left side of the corn stalk pointing up. There is some mystery surrounding the Wisconsin leaf varieties. Some believe them to be legitimate errors produced by die gouges. Others suspect they were intentionally produced.
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$150 $450 -- -- -- -- -- --

 

California

Depicts naturalist and conservationist John Muir, Yosemite Valley’s monolithic granite headwall known as "Half Dome," and a California condor. Muir dedicated his life to conservation and preservation of the Western forests and was influential in establishing both Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. He founded the Sierra Club and served as that organization’s President until his death in 1914. Inscriptions: John Muir and Yosemite Valley.
Release Date: January 31, 2005

Mintage Denver: 263,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 257,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,263,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,679,600
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 $4.00 $0.40 $5.00 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Minnesota

Depicts a tree-lined lake with two people fishing, a loon on the water, and a textured outline of the state. The official state bird, loons are found on lakes throughout central and northeastern Minnesota. The coin celebrates the state’s heritage of natural beauty and outdoor recreation. Minnesota is home to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a one-million acre wilderness area with more than 1,500 miles of canoe routes. Inscription: Land of 10,000 Lakes.
Release Date: April 4, 2005

Mintage Denver: 226,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 226,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,263,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,679,600
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Minnesota - Extra Trees

The Minnesota extra tree varieties have been found on coins from all of the mints – Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco. The extra trees are the result of doubled die errors. All told there are dozens of different extra tree errors.
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$7.50 $29.00 $75 $7.50 $29.00 $75.00 $15.00 $50.00

 

Oregon

Depicts a portion of Crater Lake, incorporating Wizard Island, as well as Watchman and Hillman Peaks on the lake’s rim. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and the seventh deepest in the world. The lake partially fills the collapsed caldera of the ancient Mount Mazama Volcano. President Theodore Roosevelt established Crater Lake National Park in 1902, with the lake itself as the Park’s crown jewel. Inscription: Crater Lake.
Release Date: June 6, 2005

Mintage Denver: 404,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 316,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,263,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,679,600
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Kansas

Depicts a sunflower, the state flower, and a buffalo, the state animal. Millions of buffalo once roamed the Kansas prairie. Although the wild Plains Bison was largely gone by the late 19th century, they now roam the state again on private land and in state parks. In addition to its natural beauty, the sunflower is an important part of Kansas agriculture. Sunflower oil is a valued staple and sunflower seeds are enjoyed as a healthy snack and nutritious ingredient to many foods.
Release Date: August 29, 2005

Mintage Denver: 300,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 263,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,263,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,679,600
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Kansas - Humpback Bison

In the Humpback Buffalo Kansas strike variation a die break gives the appearance of one hump atop the other.
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
-- -- -- $6.00 $23.00 -- -- --

 

Kansas - In God We Rust

The In God We Rust Kansas strike variation is the result of a filled die error. Lubricant from the coin press machinery found its way into the die and partially filled the letter “T” in the motto, the result being a very light strike of that letter and the motto appearing to read “RUST” rather than “TRUST”
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
-- -- -- $5.50 $10.00 -- -- --

 

West Virginia

Depicts the New River and the New River Gorge Bridge. The image is a tribute to the scenic beauty of West Virginia combined with a tribute to the engineering feat exemplified by the New River Gorge Bridge. At 3,030 feet long and 69 feet wide, the bridge is the world’s largest steel span and the second highest bridge in the United States, rising 876 feet above the New River Gorge in southern West Virginia. Inscription: New River Gorge.
Release Date: October 14, 2005

Mintage Denver: 356,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 365,400,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 3,263,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,679,600
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $0.40 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Nevada

Depicts a trio of wild mustangs, the sun rising behind snow-capped mountains, and a border of sagebrush. The imagery is a tribute to Nevada’s affection for its wild horses, central figures in its vast deserts and many mountain ranges. Nevada’s nickname, The Silver State, traces back to the Comstock Lode, one of history’s greatest mineral discoveries. Inscription: The Silver State.
Release Date: January 31, 2006

Mintage Denver: 312,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 277,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,862,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,571,839
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Nebraska

Depicts an ox-drawn covered wagon carrying pioneers in the foreground and the National Historic Site Chimney Rock. Chimney Rock is the most famous landmark on the Oregon-California Trail, the 2,000 mile east-west wagon route that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. As many as half a million emigrants and other travelers headed west on the trail in the days before the transcontinental railroad. Inscription: Chimney Rock.
Release Date: April 3, 2006

Mintage Denver: 273,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 318,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,862,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,571,839
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Colorado

Depicts the Rocky Mountains, home to some of the nation's most majestic natural wonders. Although it is intended to represent all of the mountains of Colorado, the image is based on Longs Peak. At over 14,000 feet Longs Peak is the highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. Inscription: Colorful Colorado.
Release Date: June 14, 2006

Mintage Denver: 294,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 274,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,862,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,571,839
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

North Dakota

Depicts a pair of grazing American bison in the foreground with a sunset view of the state's Badlands region in the background. President Theodore Roosevelt had a special fondness for the Badlands, and the rugged, beautiful landscapes helped form both his own Rough Rider persona and shape his views as one of history’s first and greatest conservationists. Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the North Dakota Badlands is home to more than 400 wild buffalo, an animal once on the brink of extinction
Release Date: August 28, 2006

Mintage Denver: 359,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 305,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,862,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,571,839
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

South Dakota

Depicts the State bird, a Chinese ring-necked pheasant, in flight above the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, bordered by heads of wheat. The famous Mount Rushmore National Memorial sculpture features the faces of four American Presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Overseen by sculptor Gutzon Borglum and later by his son Lincoln Borglum, 400 workers labored on the mammoth 60-foot figures between 1927 and 1941.
Release Date: November 6, 2006

Mintage Denver: 265,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 245,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,862,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,571,839
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $5.00 $9.00

 

Montana

Depicts a bison skull above a Montana landscape. The bison skull has a special place in Montana culture. The Native Americans and early European settlers depended on the bison for their very survival, as the animals provided food, clothing, medicine, tools and more. The bison skull reflects the rich native tradition of Montana, and is sacred to many of Montana's Native American tribes. Inscription: Big Sky Country.
Release Date: January 29, 2007

Mintage Denver: 256,240,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 257,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,375,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,299,878
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Washington

Depicts a king salmon breaching the water with Mount Rainier in the background. Mount Rainier, an active volcano, is the symbolic bridge between the eastern and western parts of the State. The salmon image is a tribute to Pacific Northwest culture in which the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest relied on the fish for sustenance. Inscription: The Evergreen State.
Release Date: April 11, 2007

Mintage Denver: 280,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 265,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,375,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,299,878
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Idaho

Depicts the Peregrine Falcon and an outline of the State of Idaho. The Peregrine Falcon is one of conservation’s great success stories. Once on the endangered species list, it can now be found throughout Idaho and the United States. The coin celebrates the role of Idaho in the effort to save the raptor as home to the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise. Inscription: Esto Perpetua (translation: May it be Forever).
Release Date: June 5, 2007

Mintage Denver: 286,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 294,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,375,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,299,878
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Wyoming

Depicts a bucking horse and rider symbolizing Wyoming's Wild West heritage. First settled by fur trappers, Fort Laramie, Wyoming, later became a popular destination for pioneers traveling the Oregon Trail. Inscription: The Equality State.
Release Date: September 4, 2007

Mintage Denver: 320,800,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 243,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,375,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,299,878
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Utah

Depicts two locomotives moving toward the golden spike that joined the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, linking the east to west coasts of the United States. On May 10, 1869, two steam locomotives met at Promontory, Utah, for the "Joining of the Rails Ceremony." The event marked a turning point in the development of the American West making cross-country travel more convenient and economical. Inscription: "Crossroads of the West."
Release Date: November 5, 2007

Mintage Denver: 253,200,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 255,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,375,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,299,878
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Oklahoma

Depicts the state bird, the Scissortail Flycatcher soaring over the state wildflower, the Indian Blanket. Feeding mostly on non-beneficial insects, the Scissortail Flycatcher is known for its unmistakable and spectacular tail feathering as well as the dramatic aerial displays of the male during courtship. The imagery of Indian Blanket (or Gaillardia) symbolizes the State’s rich Native American heritage and native long grass prairies that are abundant in wildlife.
Release Date: January 28, 2008

Mintage Denver: 194,600,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 222,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,100,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,200,000
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

New Mexico

Depicts a Zia sun symbol over a topographical outline of the state. The great influence of Native American cultures can be found throughout New Mexico. The Zia Pueblo of New Mexico revere the sun, and the sun symbol, a red circle with groups of rays pointing in four directions, is a frequently seen on pottery, art, and other artifacts. The number four is sacred to the Zia, and sun symbol embodies this number as the powers of nature- the sun, the four directions, seasons, and the ages of man. Inscription: Land of Enchantment.
Release Date: April 7, 2008

Mintage Denver: 244,400,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 244,200,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,100,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,200,000
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Arizona

Depicts an image of the Grand Canyon with a Saguaro cactus in the foreground. The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It is 277 miles long, at its widest is 18 miles across and at its deepest is over a mile in depth. Inscription: Grand Canyon State.
Release Date: June 2, 2008

Mintage Denver: 265,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 244,600,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,100,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,200,000
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Alaska

Depicts a grizzly bear with a salmon in its jaw symbolizing Alaska’s natural beauty, abundant wildlife, and vast unspoiled wilderness. People come to Alaska from all over the world to catch a glimpse of these majestic hunters weighing as much as 1,000 pounds. Tourists can see them in places such as Denali and Katmai National Parks, Kodiak Island and Admiralty Island. Inscription: The Great Land.
Release Date: August 23, 2008

Mintage Denver: 254,000,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 251,800,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,100,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,200,000
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50

 

Hawaii

Depicts Hawaiian monarch King Kamehameha I (also known as Kamehameha the Great) stretching his hand toward the eight major Hawaiian Islands. Kamehameha conquered the islands unifying them as the Kingdom of Hawaii. He is credited with navigating Hawaii through a time of great change, while working to preserve the native practices and traditional ways of island life. Inscription: UA MAU KE EA O KA ‘AINA I KA PONO (translation: The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness).
Release Date: November 3, 2008

Mintage Denver: 263,600,000
Mintage Philadelphia: 254,000,000

Mintage Clad Proof: 2,100,000
Mintage Silver Proof: 1,200,000
D-Circ D-Mint D-Satin P-Circ P-Mint P-Satin S-Clad S-Silver
$0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $0.40 $2.50 $4.00 $3.00 $8.50