Release Date: March, 1999 Coins Minted: 707,332,000 Scene: Another quarter design that was not a fan favorite is Pennsylvania's. It contains the "Commonwealth" statue that's been on the Harrisburg statehouse since 1905. She's in front of the map and next to a keystone, which has been the state's nickname since 1802.
Release Date: August, 2000 Coins Minted: 1,169,016,000 Scene: "The Old Man of the Mountain" was a beloved rock formation on Mt. Cannon in Franconia Notch that looked like an old man's face. It collapsed in 2003.
Release Date: March, 2000 Coins Minted: 1,234,732,000 Scene: The dome of the state capital, which served as that nation's capital from 1783-4. The dome is surrounded by branches from the state tree, the white oak, and the Revolutionary War nickname of its troops.
Release Date: October, 2003 Coins Minted: 457,800,000 Scene: A mallard flies across a lake and a rice plant on the left represents the state as a major rice producer. A floating diamond represents the state's status as the only one in the nation to produce diamonds.
Release Date: October, 2001 Coins Minted: 723,564,000 Scene: A racehorse in front of Federal Hill, also known as My Old Kentucky Home. Built by a judge from 1795 to 1818, the home was in a gracious, private family until it was bought by the state. In 1936 it became a state park.
Release Date: June 06, 2005 Coins Minted: 720,200,000 Era represented: The last 7,700 years, since Crater Lake was created by the collapse of Mt. Mazama Scene: Pine-rimmed Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States.
Release Date: June 02, 2008 Coins Minted: 509,600,000 Scene: There's a landscape of the Grand Canyon in the back and then a Saguaro cactus up front. A banner separates them because they're not meant to be one landscape; the Saguaro doesn't grow in the Grand Canyon.
Release Date: October, 2000 Coins Minted: 1,594,616,000 Scene: Three ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery near landing on an island along the James River in 1607. They would start the first permanent English settlement, Jamestown.
Release Date: January, 2006 Coins Minted: 589,800,000 Scene: Wild horses, roaming in front of the mountains. Behind the mountains, the sun is rendered in a cartoonish style, which makes you look for a unicorn horn on the mustangs.