These coin rings are made from the state quarters you find in circulation today. One side of the ring will display the state name along with its statehood date, and the other side its mint date. Since it is highly likely that this coin ring will discolor your finger due to its copper and nickel composition, we suggest considering one of our 90% silver state quarter coin rings.
Making Your Coin Ring and Shipping
I special order these state quarters to find one that hasn’t been in circulation. I usually receive the coin within a week. Once I receive yours, I will make your state coin ring and have it shipped out within a day or two. I will notify you when I have dropped it off for shipment.
These state quarters have a composition of 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel. It is likely that it will discolor the finger you wear it on. Please consider one of the 90% silver state coins for your coin ring.
The 50 state quarters were minted from 1999 to 2008, five states each year. In total, 34,797,600,000 state quarters were minted and released.