State Quarter Maps Comparison

Posted by Megan

Check Out Our Coin Collecting Supplies Including Three Different State Quarter Maps

Map Open Size Folder Size
H.E. Harris 16” x 26” 16” x 13”
Littleton 16” x 26” 16” x 13”
Whitman 37.5” x 13.5” 12.5” x 13.5”

One of the newer modern-day pastimes is collecting our state and territory quarters. Between 1999 and 2009, the United States issued quarters for each of the fifty states plus each of the six U.S. Districts and Territories. These state quarters are relatively abundant and fun to collect for all age groups. To make collecting these coins even more fun, we offer three state quarter folded maps as a way to hold and display your collection. Let’s take a closer look at our selection of display maps so you can discover which one is best suited for you.

Our Littleton U.S. Quarters Map is made in the U.S.A. and will most certainly make coin collecting a fun and educational experience. When opened, this map is a generous 16” x  26” so it is perfect for display purposes. Each state is color-coded by the year of its quarter’s issue. Kids will take an instant liking to geography as they insert each quarter snugly into its proper place with ease. The Littleton map is colorful, durable and folds in half for easy storage.

The Whitman State Quarters Map features a beautiful, 4-color oversized 3-fold folder with a snap latch. The Whitman boasts an excellent map design with detailed information on each state. These educational details include statehood date, capital, state bird and more. This makes the Whitman Map an ideal learning tool. Fully opened, the Whitman Map is 37.5” x 13.5”, making it the perfect size for displaying your quarters. When closed, the Whitman is a mere 12.5” x 13.5” for easy storage.

Combine geography and history with coin collecting with the H.E. Harris State Quarters Map. This fine map is also color-coded and features high-quality game board with a light gray leatherette cover.Quarters slide in their place with ease so even your kids can do it. When opened, the Harris Map measures a paltry 16” x 26’ to display your collection.

As you can see, these quarter state maps are similar in many aspects. The only differences are the dimensions and scope of decoration and color. We would love to recommend one map, but all three are quite good choices.

Whichever map you choose, you will most certainly enjoys hour after hour of entertainment and learning. These maps make perfect gifts for grandkids, nephews, nieces or anybody who wants to have fun collecting our state quarters. Click now to learn more about our quarter state maps and discover which will best suit your needs.