The Hawaii quarter-dollar is the 50th and final coin released in the 50 States Quarters® Program. Each two-roll set consists of 80 quarters: one roll of 40 coins with the "P" mint mark and one roll of 40 coins with the "D" mint mark. The Hawaii quarter is also available in 100- and 1,000-coin bags from the United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia and Denver.
Hawaii, nicknamed "The Aloha State," was admitted to the union on August 21, 1959. The reverse of the Hawaii quarter features Hawaiian monarch King Kamehameha I stretching out his hand toward the eight major islands. The coin's design includes the state motto "UA MAU KE EA O KA ĀINA I KA PONO" (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness), "HAWAII" and "1959." Order your sets today!
The final Presidential $1 Coin of 2008 is now available in bags and rolls. The Martin Van Buren Presidential $1 Coin features a likeness of President Martin Van Buren and is offered in rolls of 25 coins and bags of 250 coins from both United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia and Denver.
These Martin Van Buren Presidential $1 Coins are circulating condition coins and can be used in daily
transactions. However, because these coins have never been circulated, they also make a great addition to
your private collection or a wonderful gift for someone special.
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The United States Mint is offering previously available products for sale and last chance opportunities until December 19. Visit the United States Mint's Online Catalog for more information about these and other products.
This month we will see the last quarter in the 50 State Quarters® Program. What better time to feature it as the Coin of the Month? Find out how the world's largest mountain range and a prince raised in secret are both part of Hawaii's story. It's all in November's Coin of the Month!
If you've ever traveled in the United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Time Machine, you may have noticed that not all of the 12 time slots were filled. Not any more! The 12th Time Machine adventure is ready for you right now!
Do you think the 50 State Quarters® Program was the first time that quarter designs were changed to mark something special? Well, think again. Think 1976. Think celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence…in the Time Machine!