One has to remember that the U.S. Mint is a "business". They are in the market to generate revenue for the U.S. Government. I believe that the interest in the State Quarters program was a surprise to the Mint. Therefore, they are hoping for the same or better results for the Dollar program. MGirard
because back in the old days the quarters were made out of silver and the people would cut the outer side of the quarters off and collect the silver and cash it in later on
If it exists, somebody probably collects it.
It failed because the size was to close to that of a quarter and many people confused it with quarters,
The coins are very ugly and got confused with quarters by the general public.
Living quarters are where people can live, or shelter. People live in them for shelter.
Some people like to collect art. People collect automobile miniature vintage cars. People collect athlete autographs.
so they can collect them like some people collect bottle tops
Yes, some people sell their state quarters.
Quarters are always places that people sleep or live.
People who collect coins are known as "numismatists".
There are so many people who have been featured on the dollar coin and commemorative dollar coins that it would be next to impossible to list them all. But some of the more common dollar coins include the Dwight Eisenhower dollar, the Susan B Anthony Dollar, the Sacajawea Dollar and the presidential dollars which have more presidents released every year and will eventually encompass all dead presidents.
*I* do... People who collect and organize coins are called numismatists, and this term has often also been applied to collectors of paper money.
That's like asking people why do they collect coins. It's a hobby,
About 122.2 million people voted in the 2004 presidential election.
some people collect to build up items that may have future value, while others collect because the items have a value to their jobs etc.
The 2008 presidential
There are 8 skylanders GIANTS to collect! people
The piece has no numismatic collectible value at all. But some people do collect this stuff. Try looking on eBay of an idea of value.
To lay and collect taxes is to impose a specific amount the taxes are, and to collect taxes is to literally collect the taxes from people.
Close Quarters Battle. Some people say "CQC", meaning "Close Quarters Combat".