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2000-D New Hampshire USA Statehood Quarters (MS-60)

2000-D New Hampshire USA Statehood Quarters (MS-60)
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2000 New Hampshire - D Quarter

New Hampshire State Quarters were released on August 7, 2000 as the ninth coin in the State Quarter series. New Hampshires original Statehood date was June 21, 1788.

The reverse design features a rock formation known as The Old Man of the Mountain. The inscriptions include the State name, Statehood date, mintage date, E Pluribus Unum, and the state motto Live Free or Die. The coins reverse was designed and engraved by William Cousins.

The Old Man of the Mountain is a rock formation on Mount Cannon in Northern New Hampshire. It resembles the profile of an old man gazing eastward. Unfortunately, the formation crumbled in 2003. The reverse design also uses nine stars to symbolize that New Hampshire was the ninth state.

The New Hampshire governor had established a committee responsible for holding a design competition for the states quarter. The committee included representatives from numismatics, historical societies, the Senate, House of Representatives, and Hew Hampshire citizens. The design competition held by the Committee was open to all New Hampshire residents. The final design selected by the Commemorative Quarter Committee was sent to the United States Secretary of the Treasury for final approval.

2000-P New Hampshire Quarter: 673,040,000
2000-D New Hampshire Quarter: 495,976,000

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