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The United States Statehood Commemorative Coin Collection: Uncirculated 50 State Quarters$450$


In the over 200-year history of coins minted in this country, nothing has compared to U.S. Statehood Quarters. Now, all of the 50 state commemorative quarters can be yours with the statehood coin collection, an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint. Your collection will begin with Issue One featuring a commemorative collectible panel with your Delaware state quarter. Soon after you will receive Issue Two – 2 collectible panels with 2 state quarters, followed by your first of 2 FREE custom-designed statehood quarter albums. Then, your collection will continue with Issue Three – another 2 collectible panels with 2 state quarters. Additional panels and coins, in sets of two states and each a separate issue, will follow.‡Own a piece of American heritage with this incredible collection and receive all 50 state coins in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, even the hard-to-find 1999 issues! Included in your collection are commemorative collectible panels that will preserve and protect your coins as well as provide valuable information on each state. You’ll also receive 2 FREE albums custom-designed to organize, display and protect your statehood coin collection. But you have to hurry – final minting of the earlier collectible coins has ended forever and supplies are limited. Don’t miss out on owning this exclusive coin collection. Order now!

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