5-1 Troy Ounce Bar Set .999 SILVER Clad (2002) State Quarter First Strike #1179A

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Complete Set of 2002 U.S. State Quarter Designs
*Each Design is Individually Serial Numbered With Only 999 Bars Struck* *World Treasures Mint, 2012 First Strike Edition*
These U.S. State Quarter silver clad series Bar designs are part of WTMINT'S “56 U.S. State Quarter, District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Bar Designs-Silver Clad Bar Series.” Our U.S. State Quarter Silver Clad Series Bar Designs are made in numerical order according to the original U.S. Mint release dates starting with the designs that were released in 1999-2008 including the 2009 the District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Designs.
World Treasures Mint is proud to release legitimate limited edition, individually serial-numbered bars using the latest innovative laser etched technology. With only 999 minted per Bar for the First Strike Edition, our Bars are truly made as a collectible!
Disclaimer: Serial numbered bars/coins are distributed randomly between 001-999.

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STATE QUARTER DESIGN HISTORY:

The U.S State Quarters were originally released in the same order that the s tates ratified the constitution. Each of the quarter's reverse commemorated one of the 50 states with a design emblematic

States typically employed one of two approaches in making this selection. In 33 states, the governor selected the final recommended design, often based on the recommendations of advisory groups and citizens. In the other 17 states, citizens selected the final design through online, telephone, mail or other public votes. U.S. Mint engravers executed all final design concepts approved by the Secretary of Treasury. The media and public attention surrounding this process and the release of each state's quarter was intense and produced significant media for the program.

The statehood quarters program was the most popular commemorative Bar program in United States History; the United States Mint has estimated that 147 million Americans have collected state quarters and 3.5 million participated in the selection of state quarter designs.

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Understanding the terms that are used for these type of products: The phrase "100 Mills", "500 Mills" or "5 Microns": Describe the supposed thickness of clad or plating (also known as electroplating) that is on the bar or coin. If you see the phrase "100 mills", "500 mills","or "5 Microns" on the bar or coin or in a listing title and or description it is most definitely not solid silver or gold. Definition for "Clad", "Plated" or "Plating": A clad, plating or plated bar or is one that has multiple layers of metal in it, around it, or covering it; our current clad bars and coins consist of a...
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