The Hawaii quarter-dollar is the 50th and final coin released in the 50 States Quarters Program.
Each two-roll set consists of 80 quarters: one roll of 40 coins with the “P” mintmark and one roll of 40 coins with the “D” mintmark. The Hawaii quarter is also available in 100- and 1,000-coin bags from the United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia and Denver.
Hawaii, nicknamed “The Aloha State,” was admitted to the union on August 21, 1959. The reverse of the Hawaii quarter features Hawaiian monarch King Kamehameha I stretching out his hand toward the eight major islands. The coin’s design includes the state motto “UA MAU KE EA O KA ‘AINA I KA PONO” (The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness), “HAWAII” and “1959.” Order sets from the U.S. Mint Web site at www.usmint.gov.