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Design Selection Process

Overview

The Fifty States Commemorative Coin Program Act (Public Law 105-124), signed by President Clinton on December 1, 1997, provides for the redesign of the reverse side of the quarter dollars with designs emblematic of each of the 50 States. The Washington portrait will remain on the obverse of the quarters. The program provides for five States to be featured each year for a ten-year period and that each State will be honored in the order of that State’s admission to the United States.

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Quarterdesigns is not an official government website or connected to any official entity in any way. For the official US Mint Quarters website-Click Here. Quarterdesigns is an independent website and makes no claims of completeness of design concepts for any state. Contained here are images gathered from the internet and other resources regarding the state quarters. Quarterdesigns includes a collection of designs submitted to states, but in no way is a complete archive of all of the finalists concepts or submissions. Many states have had thousands of designs submitted from which ultimately finalists are chosen.

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